Callaway, Morrow and Graae Sing a Song of Strouse May 14 at the Kennedy Center

News   Callaway, Morrow and Graae Sing a Song of Strouse May 14 at the Kennedy Center The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' Broadway: Up Close and Personal series continues May 14.
Liz Callaway
Liz Callaway

The 6 PM performance in the Kennedy Center's Family Theater will spotlight the career of the award-winning Broadway composer Charles Strouse. ASCAP's Michael Kerker will chat with Strouse about his career, and the 90-minute evening will also feature Liz Callaway, Karen Morrow and Jason Graae performing Strouse's tunes. Chris Denny will accompany the performers on piano. Charles Strouse won Best Score Tony Awards for Annie (with lyricist Martin Charnin) and Applause (with Lee Adams). His other musicals include Bye Bye Birdie, Applause, "It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman!", Bring Back Birdie, Annie Warbucks, Golden Boy, A Broadway Musical, I and Albert, Charlie and Algernon, Rags, Dance a Little Closer and All American.

The one-night-only event is sold out.

For more information visit www.kennedy-center.org.