Amador, Brahms, Kettenring, Kirk, Naylor and More Will Sing Reynolds Tunes in Chicago

News   Amador, Brahms, Kettenring, Kirk, Naylor and More Will Sing Reynolds Tunes in Chicago The Monday Nights New Voices: Chicago series will continue Aug. 17 at Davenport's Cabaret with an evening devoted to the original songs of Chicago native Will Reynolds.
Will Reynolds
Will Reynolds

The 8 PM concert will feature the talents of Matthew Amador (How Can You Run...), Taube Brahms (Goodman's Trip To Bountiful), Keith Byron Kirk (Miss Saigon, The Civil War), Spencer Curnutt (Steppenwolf's Up), Elana Ernst (Mamma Mia!), Heidi Kettenring (Wicked), Steven McQuown (Girls vs. Boys), Rashad Naylor (Jersey Boys) and Kayla Roy (Chicago Shakespeare's Macbeth). Andy Einhorn is musical director.

Will Reynolds is an actor/singer-songwriter born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, now living in New York City. His musical The Sixth Borough, written with Eric Price, has been workshopped at the Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma and at Indiana University's Premier Musicals program. Reynolds is also the creator of The Greenwood Tree, a musical with text by Shakespeare, which was first workshopped at the Carnegie Melon School of Drama and can now be found on iTunes under its former title, Sighs of Fire. As an actor, he toured North America with Mamma Mia!

The New Voices: Chicago series is produced by David Tomczak and Kevin Emrick in association with composer Scott Alan.

Davenport's is located at 1383 North Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago, IL. There is a $10 cover charge; for reservations e-mail mnnvchicago@yahoo.com.

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