Case, Burkhardt, Kantor and Hunton Are Born to Swing

News   Case, Burkhardt, Kantor and Hunton Are Born to Swing
Hair cast members Allison Case and Steel Burkhardt will perform Born to Swing, an evening of song to benefit the New York Fringe Festival production of Robert Bastron's A Contemporary American's Guide to a Successful Marriage.

Presented at Swing 46 on June 29, the 8 PM concert of hits from the Big Band era will feature the talents of Case and Burkardt, as well as Adam Kantor (Rent), Curt Hansen (Hairspray), Hayley Podschun (Hairspray), Natalie Weiss (Wicked), Sean Bradford (The Lion King), Tracy McDowell (Rent), Zakiya Young Mizen (The Little Mermaid) and Emma Hunton (Spring Awakening). Born to Swing has music direction by Darren Ledbetter. For tickets, priced $15 (two-drink minimum), e-mail Swing 46 is located at 349 West 46th Street.


Bastron's A Contemporary American's Guide to a Successful Marriage (c) 1959, according to press notes, "follows two young couples as they are guided through their marriages in the style of a middle-of-the-century social guidance film. Abby and Mason were high school sweethearts, Danny and Ruth meet in a chemistry study lab... Our narrator leads them through the steps of marriage – from dating, to the wedding and the honeymoon, and advice for how to keep a happy marriage… Eventually their problems continue to get worse, and the narrator’s advice feels unnatural and is only making things worse. At the hospital where they both work – Danny, a medical resident, and Abby, a nurse, happen to meet on a bench and find an unlikely connection with each other. Some time later, their marriages both end in divorce, but Abby and Danny begin to form a new, more genuine connection with each other."

For further information phone (212)279-4488 or visit FringeNYC.

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