Barrett and Skinner Join New York Pops for Frank Loesser: The Most Happy Fella April 1

News   Barrett and Skinner Join New York Pops for Frank Loesser: The Most Happy Fella April 1 Broadway favorites Brent Barrett and Emily Skinner will be among those singing the tunes of Frank Loesser April 1 at Carnegie Hall.

Part of the New York Pops series created by founder Skitch Henderson, the 8 PM concert in the Isaac Stern Auditorium will also feature the talents of Noah Racey, Susan Derry and pianist Catherine Wilson. Rob Fisher is the guest conductor for the Loesser evening, which is titled Frank Loesser: The Most Happy Fella. Concertgoers can expect to hear tunes from Guys and Dolls, The Most Happy Fella, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and "Hans Christian Andersen."

The song list for the evening, according to the official Carnegie Hall website, follows:
LeRoy Anderson compositions:
The Captains and the Kings
The Syncopated Clock
The Typewriter
Home Stretch
"Piano Concerto in C Major"
Frank Loesser compositions:
Overture to Guys and Dolls
"Adelaide's Lament" from Guys and Dolls
"I've Never Been in Love Before" from Guys and Dolls
"Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year" from Christmas Holiday
"No Two People" from "Hans Christian Andersen"
"Once in Love with Amy" from Where’s Charley?
Symphonic Impressions of The Most Happy Fella
"Ooh, My Feet!" from The Most Happy Fella
"Joey, Joey, Joey" from The Most Happy Fella
"Somebody, Somewhere" from The Most Happy Fella
"Been a Long Day" from How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
"Brotherhood of Man" from How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

Brent Barrett received an Olivier Award nomination for his role in the London company of Kiss Me, Kate, and his other theatrical credits include the Broadway productions of Chicago, Annie Get Your Gun and Candide. Barrett received a Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for his work in the L.A. production of Chicago and has been seen Off Broadway in Closer Than Ever, March of the Falsettos, The Death of Von Richtofen, The Time of the Cuckoo and Portrait of Jenny. His television and film appearances include "Hercules," "Longtime Companion," "All My Children," "Another World" and "Guiding Light."

Emily Skinner received a joint Tony Award nomination — with co-star Alice Ripley — for her performance in Side Show. Skinner's other Broadway credits include Jekyll & Hyde, James Joyce's The Dead, The Full Monty and Dinner at Eight. She was also recently part of the cast of the Disney musical On the Record.

Born June 29, 1910, Frank Loesser was a producer, lyricist, composer, writer and musical supervisor. His most famous musicals include Guys and Dolls, The Most Happy Fella, Where's Charley? and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Loesser also wrote The Illustrators' Show and Greenwillow, the score to the film "Hans Christian Andersen" as well as the lyrics for more than 100 films. Carnegie Hall is located in Manhattan at 57th Street and Seventh Avenue. For more information, log on to www.carnegiehall.org or call (212) 247-7800. Tickets for the Loesser evening are priced $24-$95.