Star offers concert series with guests including RuPaul’s Drag Race's Yuhua Hamasaki & Vincent Lima.
June 15 - 17 at The Midnight Theater

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This June, singer and actress LAURA MARANO is embarking on a mini residency at The Midnight Theatre in New York City with A GOOD TIME WITH LAURA MARANO. Each of her shows will have a completely different set list. The mini tour is named after Marano’s recent single, “BAD TIME GOOD TIME,” one of a several danceable hits she’s shared with her 20 million+ international fan base this year. The concerts will have a variety of special guests from RuPaul’s Drag Race star Yuhua Hamasaki to singer-songwriter Vincent Lima. Come sing, dance, and celebrate with Laura as she makes sure that no matter which show or how many shows you end up going to, you have a very good time!

A GOOD TIME WITH LAURA MARANO runs June 15 -17 at 7pm. It is located in Hudson Yards at 75 Manhattan West Plaza New York, NY 10001 -- enter on 33rd Street between 9th & 10th Avenues. Tickets are $50 - $60 at www.midnighttheatre.com.

Marano will use the concerts as an opportunity to raise funds for NOISE FOR NOW’s campaign supporting Texas Health Action's Kind Clinic, which serves the LGBT+ community with locations across Texas at no cost for all services. Proceeds will also support Independent Abortion Clinics with trans-centered programs throughout the US via Abortion Care Network's Keep Our Clinics.

“NOISE FOR NOW is fighting for a world in which all of us are free to make decisions for ourselves about our bodies and our futures,” notes Amelia Bauer, Executive Director of NOISE FOR NOW. “From abortion to gender-affirming care, we all deserve to have access to the healthcare that we need, provided to us free from judgement and with respect.” To find out more about the campaign or to donate money, visit https://propeller.la/lauramarano.

While she has portrayed a variety of characters on the big screen, Laura Marano's most raw form of self-expression can only be witnessed when she steps on the stage. The term “triple threat” is often thrown around, but Laura Marano has managed to strike a rare balance between all facets of her career.

From 2019 to 2022, Marano introduced fans to her true musical identity --and simultaneously her most personal conscience-- with her ME, YOU, and Us EP trilogy. Her music was met with overwhelming praise from music critics and tastemakers alike, with consistent support from MTV, Billboard, NME, Ones To Watch, Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal & more. With the 2022 release of Netflix’s worldwide #1 film The Royal Treatment, starring and produced by Marano, she successfully bridged her acting and music worlds for the first time, landing prominent syncs of her Us chart-topping singles, “Dance With You” with Grey and “Worst Kind of Hurt” with Wrabel. She topped off a seminal year with her first headline tour, bringing her music to life and connecting with her global fandom with sold out meet & greets across the US.

Marano's career began at the tender age of five, appearing in legendary movies like Finding Nemo and Superbad. She was also one of the five original classmates in Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? Her superstar potential was quickly actualized in her widely known role as singer/songwriter Ally in the Disney Channel hit series, Austin & Ally, winning awards like Favorite TV Actress at the Kids' Choice Awards and propelling her foray into music. While Laura’s emotive songwriting and deep connection with fans came naturally from day one, her early days in music were riddled with one-sided major label deals and a slow emergence of singer/songwriter Laura we know and love today.

Fans can expect an even deeper glimpse into her mind with the release of her debut album, set for release later this year, diving into the pressures surrounding her multifaceted career, her lessons in love, and the inherent dichotomy between acting and singing. In true Laura fashion, 2023 will also see the release of Choose Love, an interactive Netflix romantic comedy in which Marano plays a recording engineer who has hopes of being a producer and singer. For more info, visit www.lauramarano.com.

Midnight Theatre is a new, state-of-the-art performance venue in the heart of New York’s Manhattan West. The ultra-glamorous, intimate 150-seat theater was conceptualized by Creative Director Warren Adcock (David Blaine Productions) to be a showcase for talent across a wide variety of entertainment, including magic, music, comedy, and Broadway cabarets. Under the same roof and steps away from the theater is an equally elegant and lively restaurant and bar, Hidden Leaf. Created by renowned Brooklyn chef/restaurateur Josh Cohen (Chez Ma Tante, Lilia, Saint Vitus) and with a kitchen helmed by Executive Chef Chai Trivedi (Pranna, Tamarind, Buddakan, Eventi Hotel), the romantic, Deco-style dining room serves polished, table-sharing, pan-Asian cuisine. In addition to the Hidden Leaf bar and restaurant, the plaza-level entrance features the Midnight Cafe, a cocktail bar with a beverage program directed by Giuseppe Santochirico. For more info visit www.midnighttheatre.com.