Adam Jacobs, Chad Kimball, Patti Murin and a Dozen More Join Starry Broadway Musicals of 1990-2014 Concert

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Adam Jacobs (Aladdin), Tony Award nominee Chad Kimball (Memphis), Patti Murin (Fly By Night) and Kyle Scatliffe (Les Misérables) are among the performers who have joined the lineup for The Broadway Musicals of 1990-2014, which will be held June 23 as part of Town Hall's Broadway by the Year Series. 

Bobby Steggert
Bobby Steggert Photo by Christian Coulson

Also joining the evening are Jenn Gambatese (Tarzan, All Shook Up), Cheryl Freeman (Tommy, The Civil War), NaTasha Yvette Williams (A Night with Janis Joplin), Morgan James (Motown), Lucas Steele (Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812), Jeannette I. Bayardelle (Hair), Mindy Wallace (Radio City Christmas Spectacular), Mark Stuart (Mark Stuart Dance Theatre), Drama Desk nominee Jeremy Morse, Christine Aranda and Nightlife Award winner William Blake.

Created, written and hosted by Scott Siegel, the 8 PM concert will feature the previously announced talents of Tony Award nominees Bobby Steggert (Ragtime, Big Fish) and Rory O'Malley (The Book of Mormon), Tony Award winner Andy Blankenbuehler (In the Heights), Barrett Foa (Buyer & Cellar, Avenue Q), Terri White (Finian's Rainbow), Jack Noseworthy (The Sweet Smell of Success), Kendrick Jones (The Scottsboro Boys), Kevin Spirtas (The Boy From Oz), Sarah Jane McMahon (NY City Opera's Pirates of Penzance) and supermodel Oakley Boycott.

The final concert of the season in Broadway by the Year's new format will cover the last quarter century of Broadway history: 1990-2014. Among the 25 shows that will be celebrated are Young Frankenstein, Avenue Q, Ragtime, The Light in the Piazza, The Book of Mormon and A Gentlemen's Guide to Love and Murder.

Taking audiences from 1915 to 2014, the new twist on the Broadway by the Year series brings 100 years of Broadway history in four evenings, showcasing 100 show tunes from 100 shows performed by 100 stars.

For more information and tickets, call (800) 982-2787 or visit

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