Christiane Noll Brings Her Love Story To NY's York, March 1

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Jekyll & Hyde and Little By Little star Christiane Noll sings her "Broadway Love Story," March 1, for NY's York Theatre at the company's playing space in the Theatre at St. Peter's Church on Lexington Ave.

Jekyll & Hyde and Little By Little star Christiane Noll sings her "Broadway Love Story," March 1, for NY's York Theatre at the company's playing space in the Theatre at St. Peter's Church on Lexington Ave.

The concert will feature a live performance of her previously released CD, "A Broadway Love Story," a song cycle of one woman's trials and joys as she progresses through a relationship. Songs on the CD include "Now When the Rain Falls" (cut from The Scarlet Pimpernel), "Wherever He Ain't" (Mack And Mabel), "Unexpected Song" (Song And Dance), "Marry Me A Little," "Times Like This" (Lucky Stiff) and others, representing composers from Gershwin to Wildhorn.

Noll, best known for her role as Jekyll's fiancee, Emma Carew, has appeared across the country as Ellen in Miss Saigon and Mallory/Avril in City of Angels. In March 1999, her voice will hit the big screens as Anna Leonowens in the animated feature, The King And I.

Noll also performed the "Love Story" songs at the York Feb. 22 and back in October 1998 at NY's China Club as part of its ongoing "Broadway Series."

Reservations for the concert can be made by calling (212) 935-5820. The show begins at 8 PM.

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