American Songbook Series Schedule Confirmed with Chenoweth, Barrowman, Mazzie

News   American Songbook Series Schedule Confirmed with Chenoweth, Barrowman, Mazzie As announced Aug. 7 on Playbill On-Line, the fifth season of Lincoln Center's American Songbook series will feature performances by Kristin Chenoweth, Marin Mazzie, Jason Danieley, John Barrowman, La Chanze, Adam Guettel, Ann Hampton Callaway and composer/conductor Rob Kapilow.

As announced Aug. 7 on Playbill On-Line, the fifth season of Lincoln Center's American Songbook series will feature performances by Kristin Chenoweth, Marin Mazzie, Jason Danieley, John Barrowman, La Chanze, Adam Guettel, Ann Hampton Callaway and composer/conductor Rob Kapilow.

The acclaimed series devoted to the popular American song kicks off Oct. 11-12 with Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth, who has titled her evenings "Let Yourself Go." Chenoweth will offer standards and other tunes from her recording of the same name. Kathleen Marshall will choreograph the evenings, and performances are scheduled for 8 PM at the John Jay College Theatre (899 10th Avenue).

The remainder of the American Songbook season follows:

Oct. 17: Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley (8 PM and 10 PM)
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Oct. 18 Karen Mason (8 PM and 10:30 PM)
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Nov. 15: Robert Kapilow Hosts "What Makes Leonard Bernstein Great?" (8 PM)
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Nov. 16: La Chanze (8 PM and 10 PM)
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April 2: The Songwriters: Lynn Ahrens & Stephen Flaherty (8 PM and 10 PM)
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April 3: Stew (8 PM and 10 PM)
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April 4: Adam Guettel (8 PM and 10 PM)
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May 8: Ann Hampton Callaway: A Master Class (8 PM)
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May 9: Ann Hampton Callaway: Request Night (8 PM and 10 PM)
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For ticket reservations and performance information to American Songbook concerts, call CenterCharge at (212) 721-6500. For more information, go to www.lincolncenter.org.

—By Andrew Gans