Box Office Now Open for Broadway Unplugged Concert; Additional Casting Announced

News   Box Office Now Open for Broadway Unplugged Concert; Additional Casting Announced The Town Hall box office is now selling tickets for the eagerly awaited concert, Broadway Unplugged.

The Sept. 27 concert — produced, directed and hosted by cabaret critic Scott Siegel — will feature a host of Broadway stars singing without amplification. As of press time, the starry line-up is set to include Nancy Anderson, Christine Andreas, Stephanie J. Block, Michael Cerveris, Chuck Cooper, B.J. Crosby, Bill Daugherty, Darius de Haas, George Dvorsky, Davis Gaines, Debbie Gravitte, Ann Harada, Cady Huffman, Ludmilla Ilieva, A.J. Irvin, Eddie Korbich, Alix Korey, Marc Kudisch, Euan Morton, Julia Murney, Alice Ripley, Mary Testa and Tom Wopat. Show time is 8 PM. The concert is an offshoot of Siegel's acclaimed Broadway By the Year series, which always features at least one tune performed without microphones. "Based on our early ticket sales," Siegel said in a statement, "there is clearly a hunger for this kind of heroic, unadorned performance. And not only does the audience want to hear songs performed this way, the singers love doing it, as well."

Tickets for Broadway Unplugged are priced $25 and $50. The Town Hall box office is located at 123 West 43rd Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues. Tickets may also be purchased by calling (212) 307-4100.