The one-night-only event will feature the talents of stage stars Nancy Anderson and Glenn Seven Allen. Robert Butts will conduct the Baroque Orchestra of North Jersey for the 8 PM concert. The evening will include works by Bach, Handel and Pachebel as well as a symphonic tribute to the birth of the American musical theatre. Anderson and Allen will be on hand to perform songs by Johann Strauss II, Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II, Victor Herbert, Sigmund Romberg, DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, George and Ira Gershwin, Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg and Rodgers and Hart.
Nancy Anderson was most recently seen on Broadway as Eileen Sherwood in the revival of Wonderful Town. She made her Broadway debut as Mona in A Class Act and starred in the West End production of Kiss Me, Kate as Lois/Bianca. Off-Broadway she was seen in Fanny Hill (Drama Desk nomination), Jolson & Co. (Drama Desk nomination) and Fables in Slang. Anderson's regional theatre credits include Fanny Hill, Nicolette and By Jeeves. Her debut solo recording is titled "Ten Cents a Dance."
Glenn Seven Allen was a swing in The Light in the Piazza, and he also understudied the roles of Fabrizio and Giuseppe. He was recently seen in the York Theatre Company's mounting of A Fine and Private Place, and his many regional credits include Cabaret, Pirates of Penzance, Julius Caesar, Student Prince, Ligiea, Tales of Hoffmann and A Michigan Man.
Roy's Hall is located at 30 Main Street in Blairstown, NJ. For tickets call (908) 362-1399. Visit www.blairstowntheaterfestival.com for more information.