Broadway's Anne Runolfsson Sings New Act, So Many Stars, in March in NYC

News   Broadway's Anne Runolfsson Sings New Act, So Many Stars, in March in NYC Anne Runolfsson, the respected Broadway stand-by for Julie Andrews and Liza Minnelli in Victor/Victoria, performs a new solo act, So Many Stars, 8 PM March 3 at the Ars Nova Theater Off-Broadway, but also offers March dates at the Duplex in Greenwich Village.

Part a new "Broadway Spotlight" series, the March 3 show features the music of Academy Award-winning lyricists Alan and Marilyn Bergman, who penned "The Way We Were" and "You Don't Bring Me Flowers." The show premieres March 1 at the Duplex and plays the next two Saturdays in March (on March 8 and 15).

Runolfsson's New York credits include James Joyce's The Dead, Les Misérables, Cyrano, The Secret Garden and Aspects of Love. She played the title roles in the national tour of Victor/Victoria. She is also a vet of cabarets, including Manhattan's Rainbow and Stars, Chicago's Pump Room and Hollywood's Cinegrill. She received the 1998 MAC Award for Best Female Vocalist.

Musical director for So Many Stars is Mark Hartman, who will be accompanied by Eric Della Penna on guitar.

Ars Nova Theater is at 511 W. 54th Street. Tickets are $12. For reservations and information call (212) 206-1515 or go to www.SmartTix.com.

* For information or reservations for The Duplex Cabaret Theatre's run of So Many Stars: The Lyrics of Alan and Marilyn Bergman,, 61 Christopher St., call (212) 255-5438.