All Singin' All Dancin' Concert to Feature Raines, Murney, Racey, Moore, Stowe and Denman

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Scott Siegel's fourth annual Summer Broadway Festival, which kicked off July 12, will conclude July 26 at 8 PM with All Singin' All Dancin'.

Jeffry Denman
Jeffry Denman

Jeffry Denman, who starred in the original Broadway production of Irving Berlin's White Christmas and most recently co-starred and choreographed the Off-Broadway hit Yank!, will direct and choreograph the upcoming evening at Town Hall. 

Currently scheduled to perform are Ron Raines, Julia Murney, Noah Racey, Lorin Latarro, Erin Denman, Kristen Beth Williams, Dennis Stowe, James Brown III, Brandon Rubendall, Helen Anker, Margot de la Barre, Bethany Moore, Mark Ledbetter, Jeremy Benton, Jennifer Rias, J. Austin Eyer and director-choreographer Denman.

All Singin' All Dancin', according to press notes, is an "exhilarating extravaganza of song and dance designed to bring audiences to their feet, cheering. Inspired by the legendary Broadway dance of The Astaires, Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson, Gower Champion, Bob Fosse, and Jerome Robbins, this is a concert event like no other.  The show will consist of original choreography created exclusively for this concert and will be set to some of the greatest show music ever written including 'Slaughter on Tenth Avenue' and 'Cell Block Tango.'"

Town Hall is located in Manhattan at 123 West 43rd Street. For tickets call (800) 982-2787 or visit


The Summer Broadway Festival will also present Broadway's Rising Stars July 19 at 8 PM. Scott Coulter will direct the evening, which will feature students selected from such theatrical institutions as AMDA, CAP 21, Juilliard, CCM, Carnegie Mellon and The New School.

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