Carolee Carmello, Mary Testa, and Robert Cuccioli Will Sing Musicals of the 1920s

News   Carolee Carmello, Mary Testa, and Robert Cuccioli Will Sing Musicals of the 1920s
 
The concert event is part of Town Hall’s Broadway by the Year series.
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Carolee Carmello, Mary Testa, Robert Cuccioli, Beth Malone, and Jill Paice will headline The Broadway Musicals of the 1920s, as part of Town Hall’s Broadway by the Year Series, February 27.

Created, written, directed, and hosted by Scott Siegel, the evening will begin at 8 PM.

At The Broadway Musicals of the 1920s, according to press notes, the performers “will sing the timeless and exquisite songs written for Broadway in the 1920s by the likes of Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, The Gershwins, Rodgers & Hart, and Sigmund Romberg (among many others). They will fill Town Hall with beautiful melodies, smart lyrics, and ultimately bring back the joy of hearing some of the most famous songs ever written.”

Additional casting and a specific song list will be announced later.

The following shows in the series will be March 27 at 8 PM (the 1940s), May 22 at 8 PM (1997-2006), and June 19 at 8 PM (2007-2016).

The Town Hall is located at 123 W. 43rd Street. Tickets are $50–$60 and can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com or by phone at (800) 982-2787.

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