Cuccioli, Ripley, Steggert, Nixon and More Join Broadway Cabaret Festival Line-Up

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Additional stars have joined the roster of artists who will take part in the Fourth Annual Broadway Cabaret Festival — created by Scott Siegel — which will be presented at Town Hall in Manhattan Oct. 17-19.
Bobby Steggert
Bobby Steggert

As previously announced, the Festival will kick off Oct. 17 at 8 PM with A Tribute to Lerner & Loewe. Those now scheduled to perform the work of the famed songwriters include Robert Cuccioli, Julia Murney, Alexander Gemignani, Daniel Reichard, Ron Bohmer, Jack Noseworthy, Sarah Jane McMahon, Jim Caruso and special guest Marni Nixon (the singing voice of Audrey Hepburn in Lerner & Loewe's "My Fair Lady"). Jeffry Denman directs, choreographs and co-stars. The second evening of the Festival, Oct. 18 at 8 PM, is titled Colm Wilkinson Broadway & Beyond. Wilkinson, who created the role of Jean Valjean in both the London and Broadway productions of Les Misérables, will perform such theatre tunes as "Music of the Night," "Bring Him Home," "The Impossible Dream," "Hello Young Lovers" and "Some Enchanted Evening" as well as Irish classics and popular standards. He will be joined onstage by Les Miserables' Susan Gillmor. Wilkinson will be backed by a nine-piece orchestra led by music director Steve Hunter.

The Festival will conclude Oct. 19 at 3 PM with Broadway Originals. The afternoon, according to Town Hall, will feature a "dazzling array of performers reprising songs they introduced either in the original Broadway production or revival." Currently scheduled to perform are Robert Cuccioli, Alice Ripley, Alli Mauzey, Karen Morrow, Stephen Mo Hanan, Lucie Arnaz, D'Jamin Bartlett, Pam Myers, Chuck Cooper and Bobby Steggert.

Tickets, priced $50 and $55, are available by calling (212) 307-4100 or by visiting www.ticketmaster.com. Town Hall is located in Manhattan at 123 West 43rd Street. For more information go to www.the-townhall-nyc.org.

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