As previously announced, the March 7 concert at Town Hall will salute the Broadway season of 1929, which featured the debuts of Fifty Million Frenchman, Bitter Sweet, Spring Is Here, Sweet Adeline, The Little Show, Hot Chocolates and Show Girl. Leslie Anderson, Nancy Anderson, Christine Andreas, Bryan Batt, Ron Bohmer, Mary Bond Davis, Jeffrey Denman, Noah Racey and Emily Skinner will all be on hand for the 8 PM performance. The following "Broadway By the Year" concert will examine the year 1945, which saw the arrivals of Carousel, The Day Before Spring, Up in Central Park, Billion Dollar Baby, Polonaise and The Firebrand of Florence. "Broadway By the Year 1945" will be presented April 4 at 8 PM.
On May 2, "Broadway By the Year 1955" will offer tunes from Damn Yankees, Silk Stockings, Pipe Dream, Ankles Aweigh and Plain and Fancy, and the June 13 evening — "Broadway By the Year 1962" — will boast songs from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Stop the World — I Want to Get Off, Mr. President, Little Me, No Strings, All American and I Can Get it for You Wholesale. Show time is 8 PM for both shows.
Town Hall is located at 123 W. 43rd Street (between 6th & 7th Avenues). For information, call (212) 840-2824. The box office is open from noon to 6 PM every day but Sunday. Or call TicketMaster at 212-307-4100.