42nd Street’s David Elder Part of Cole Porter Revue June 1-9

News   42nd Street’s David Elder Part of Cole Porter Revue June 1-9 David Elder, who is currently starring as Billy Lawlor in the Tony-winning revival of 42nd Street, will be part of the new Cole Porter revue Let’s Fall in Love at the ArcLight Theatre.

Elder will be joined onstage by Denise Di Renzo and Jamie (Man of La Mancha) Torcellini in the revue, which will play the New York theatre June 1 (8:30 PM), June 2 (7 and 9:30 PM) and June 9 (7 and 9:30 PM). Di Renzo, a star of Broadway’s Cats and A Chorus Line, conceived and choreographed the Porter affair, which will feature musical direction by Dave Brunetti. Brunetti will also be featured on piano, with Steve La Spina on bass and Rex Benincasa on drums. David Elder has starred on Broadway in 42nd Street; Kiss Me, Kate; Titanic; Once Upon a Mattress; Damn Yankees; Beauty and the Beast; and Guys and Dolls as well as the City Center Encores! mounting of Strike Up the Band. He toured the country opposite Jerry Lewis in Damn Yankees.

One of Broadway's most prolific songwriters, Cole Porter's musicals include Fifty Million Frenchmen; Anything Goes; Jubilee; Red, Hot and Blue!; Leave It to Me!; DuBarry Was a Lady; Panama Hattie; Something for the Boys; Kiss Me, Kate; Out of This World; Can-Can; and Silk Stockings.

Let’s Fall in Love will play the ArcLight Theatre, located in Manhattan at 152 West 71st Street. Tickets, priced at $25, are available by calling (212) 560-5573.