Barbara Cook's Broadway to Play Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater in June

News   Barbara Cook's Broadway to Play Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater in June Barbara Cook's critically acclaimed new solo show, Barbara Cook's Broadway, will return in June for a second limited engagement of 23 performances.

Cook's concert — which finishes its initial run at the Vivian Beaumont Theater April 16 (8 PM), April 17 (2 PM) and April 18 (2 PM) — will return June 1 and play through June 26 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater. The show will be performed Monday through Saturday evenings at 8 PM. Tickets for the return engagement, priced at $60, will be available beginning April 16 at the Lincoln Center Theater box office or through Telecharge.

Barbara Cook's Broadway follows the singer's critically acclaimed and Tony-nominated performance in Mostly Sondheim. Wally Harper serves as Cook's musical director and arranger; Richard Sarpola performs on bass.

The intermissionless Barbara Cook's Broadway takes audiences on a tour of the golden years of Broadway. Cook performs songs from — and reminisces about — this period of Broadway history. Theatregoers can expect to hear Cook wrap her lush soprano around such tunes as "It's Not Where You Start," "Among My Yesterdays," "Wait 'Til You're Sixty-Five," "Wonderful Guy," "My White Knight," "Mister Snow," "Nobody Else But Me," "A Perfect Relationship," "Look What Happened to Mabel," "What'll I Do/Time Heals Everything," "The Gentleman Is a Dope," "His Face," "This Nearly Was Mine," "The Very Next Man," "Make the Man Love Me" and "The Party's Over" as well as medleys of tunes from She Loves Me and Show Boat.

Cook has starred on Broadway in Flahooley, Candide, The Gay Life, The Music Man and She Loves Me. She received a Best Featured Actress in a Musical Tony Award for her performance in The Music Man. Cook recently made her Metropolitan Opera debut in the New Year's Eve gala performance of Franz Léhar's The Merry Widow. Her recordings are numerous; her most recent is titled "Count Your Blessings."

In 2002 the veteran singer-actress received a Tony nomination for Best Special Theatrical Event for her tribute to Stephen Sondheim, which she performed Monday nights to critical acclaim at Lincoln Center's Vivian Beaumont Theatre. That program, simply titled Mostly Sondheim, was subsequently taped for CD and DVD release.

Willy Harper (left), Barbara Cook, and Richard Sarpola in <i>Barbara Cook's Broadway</i>
Willy Harper (left), Barbara Cook, and Richard Sarpola in Barbara Cook's Broadway Photo by Rahav (Cosi)
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