Sam Harris is laying it all bare in his new show, Openly Gray!” proving once again, that he is “one of, if not THE, best showman there is!” (Broadway World) With his long-time music director/arranger, Todd Schroeder, at the piano, Harris performs his definitive interpretations of Broadway, pop, and standards by everyone from Stephen Sondheim and Jule Styne to Lady Gaga and Harold Arlen and many more.

His hilarious, singular comedic observations and soul-bearing introspection have become as much a part of his concerts as his legendary voice that Oprah Winfrey called, “Unbelievable! Sam could make Jesus walk through the door!” Ultimately, “Openly Gray!” is an evening of celebration and reflection, where laughter, joy, and tears are preciously needed in a fragile, chaotic world. Simply put, to quote The New York Times: “Sam Harris is a phenomenon!”
Sam Harris’ diversified career has run the gamut from singer and songwriter to actor on Broadway, film, and television, to writer, director, producer, and author.  Sam burst into the public eye after pulling a weekly audience of more than 25 million viewers on Star Searchin its premier season. Jimmy Fallon called his performance of Over the Rainbow “one of the greatest performances ever on television, EVER!”
Sam is a multi-platinum recording artist with 9 studio CDs to his credit. Rolling Stone Magazine listed him as one of the “Top 100 Vocalists of all Time.”
On Broadway, Sam received a Tony, Outer Critic’s Circle and Drama Desk nominations for his work in Cy Coleman’s The Life, a Drama League Award and Drama Desk nomination for his role in Tommy Tune’s Greaseand appeared in Mel Brooks’ The Producers, as well as Jesus Christ Superstar, Cabaret, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Hair, Pippin,and The Jazz Singer. His autobiographical show HAM: A Musical Memoir (based on his best-selling book HAM: Slices of a Life)played New York and in Los Angeles and was filmed for television and can be seen on all prominent streaming channels.
Sam has toured extensively in concert and has played to sold-out audiences everywhere from Carnegie Hall to the Boston Pops.He has appeared at The White House, on numerous television specials and live productions. Sam was a regular on the CBS sitcom, The Class, winning the People’s Choice Award, and has guest starred on numerous series. He hosted his own segment on Extra called “Six Degrees of Sam Harris.”
His new novel is titled “The Substance of All Things,”and has garnered critical acclaim and is in development as a limited series.