From Broadway With Love
Nothing lights up the Broadway musical quite like great love stories, whether they are tales that reflect a star-crossed tragedy or that demonstrate the exhilaration of romantic love. This celebration of some of Broadway’s greatest love songs performed by six of the finest vocalists (three real-life couples) from “The Great Bright Way”.
KIRSTEN SCOTT (Rock of Ages; Big Fish; Follies; Jersey Boys; Hairspray) MATTHEW SCOTT (Jersey Boys; An American in Paris; Sondheim on Sondheim, A Catered Affair)
MAGGIE LAKIS (Avenue Q; Something Rotten!) Tony Award nominee ROB McCLURE (Mrs. Doubtfire; Beetlejuice; Noises Off; Something Rotten!; Honeymoon in Vegas; Chaplin; Avenue Q; I’m Not Rappaport)
CHRISTINE DWYER (Wicked; Waitress) MATT DeANGELIS (Hair; Waitress)
Musical Director/Accompanist – EUGENE GWOZDZ
The evening will include songs from Waitress; Wicked; Little Shop of Horrors; Jersey Boys; Anything Goes; My Fair Lady; Funny Girl; Into the Woods; Honeymoon in Vegas and more!!!
Venue: White Plains Performing Art Center
11 City Place
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