Brennan and Dvorsky Will Join Anderson and Conlee for Other People's Lyrics

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Maureen Brennan and George Dvorsky will join the previously announced Nancy Anderson and John Ellison Conlee for the Feb. 10-12 concerts, Sheldon Harnick: Collector's Items (Other People's Lyrics).

Part of the 37th season of the famed Lyrics & Lyricists series at the 92nd Street Y, the five shows at the East Side venue will be hosted by Tony Award-winning Fiddler on the Roof lyricist Sheldon Harnick. Artistic director Rob Fisher will be featured on piano.

Harnick was part of a similar concert last season at the 92nd Street Y. This year the lyricist, according to press notes, will "turn his attention to the lyrics that inspired him to be a songwriter. He reflects on such classics as 'A Fine Romance' by Dorothy Fields, 'Let's Do It' by Cole Porter, 'There's No Business Like Show Business' by Irving Berlin, 'When I'm Not Near the Girl I Love' by Yip Harburg and 'Baby It's Cold Outside' by Frank Loesser. But he also discusses fine examples of lyric writing in lesser-known songs by Alan Jay Lerner, George Forrest and Robert Wright, Hugh Martin and Meredith Willson."

Maureen Brennan has been seen on Broadway in Candide, Knickerbocker Holiday, Little Johnny Jones and Stardust and Off-Broadway in Shakespeare's Cabaret. She toured in the New York Shakespeare Festival's production of The Pirates of Penzance, and she can be heard in the animated films "Beauty and the Beast" and "Aladdin."

George Dvorsky was seen in the Broadway casts of The Scarlet Pimpernel, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Passion and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and has appeared in the North Shore Music Theatre's production of A Christmas Carol for over a decade. He starred in Cinderella and Brigadoon for the NYC Opera and was also part of the Off-Broadway cast of Pete 'n' Keely.

Show times are Feb. 10 at 8 PM, Feb. 11 at 3 and 8 PM and Feb. 12 at 2 and 8 PM. The 92nd Street Y is located in Manhattan at 92nd Street and Lexington Avenue. Tickets, priced $50 and $60, are available by visiting www.92Y.org.

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