The 7 PM concert will feature songs from Almond's career, including his album "Mexico City." Murphy (Passion, The People in the Picture, Wonderful Town) is slated to sing the title track from that album. Click here to visit the Playbill Vault page for Murphy.
Todd Almond Loves You also promises never-before-heard material, and will cover such Almond obsessions as "places, ponies, love, Dolly Parton, and paradise." Almond and Murphy will be backed by a five-piece band, a string quartet and a ten-person choir.
Almond has penned On the Levee, Girlfriend, People Like Us, Kansas City Choir Boy, Ahraihsak and We Have Always Lived in the Castle, which premiered at Yale Rep. He is currently collaborating with Warren Leight and Stafford Arima on a musical adaptation of "A Separate Peace." His adaptation of "The Odyssey," with DeBessonet, debuted at the Old Globe Theatre in September 2011. Upcoming projects also include a new musical with Jenny Schwartz and a theatre piece with Tony-nominated playwright Sarah Ruhl. His solo album, "Mexico City," is currently available.
For tickets, priced $20, phone (212) 505-3474, or visit LePoissonRouge. Le Poisson Rouge is located at 158 Bleecker Street.