D'Arcy James and Errico are set to perform selections from My Fair Lady, South Pacific, Sweet Smell of Success and Carousel, in addition to the songs of Stephen Sondheim, Cole Porter, Michel Legrand, James Taylor, Billy Joel and Duke Ellington.
Entitled His Eyes, Her Eyes, the evening of song will benefit Landmark on Main Street, a historic school in Port Washington, NY, that was later converted to a community center which provides affordable housing for the elderly and disabled, and also houses the Jeanne Rimsky Theater.
The master of ceremonies for the gala will be NBC4's Sports Anchor Len Berman. The evening honors the philanthropic work of Port Washington resident Claudia Caruso Rouhana.
Brian D'Arcy James was most recently seen on Broadway in The Apple Tree starring opposite Kristin Chenoweth. He was Tony-nominated for his work in Sweet Smell of Success. D'Arcy James' other Broadway credits include Titanic, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Carousel and Blood Brothers. "From Christmas Eve to Christmas Morn" is the title of d'Arcy James' solo debut recording.
Melissa Errico made her Broadway leading debut as Eliza Doolittle in the 1993 revival of My Fair Lady. Tony-nominated for her work in Amour, Errico's Broadway credits include High Society, Dracula, and Anna Karenina. Her solo recordings include "Blue Like That" and the upcoming "Another Life." Tickets for the 7:30 PM gala on Nov. 3 at the Jeanne Rimsky Theater in Port Washington, NY, are available by calling (516) 767-2355 or by visiting www.landmarkonmainstreet.org.