CenterStage, the Cultural Arts division of the Osher Marin JCC, has announced its 2002-2003 concert line-up.
Those scheduled to perform in the Community Center's "Singers & Songwriters Series" include Tony winner Christine Ebersole, renowned vocalist Maureen McGovern, cabaret favorite Andrea Marcovicci and former Phantom of the Opera stars Davis Gaines and Lisa Vroman.
Gaines and Vroman, who opened the San Francisco production of The Phantom of the Opera and who also appeared in the Patti LuPone George Hearn Sweeney Todd in Concert, will perform at the Center on Nov. 2 and 3. Cabaret chanteuse Andrea Marcovicci will offer her newest act, "At Long Last, Cole," which celebrates the music and lyrics of Cole Porter, on Jan. 18 and 19. Ebersole, who garnered a Tony Award for her work in the current revival of 42nd Street, is scheduled for Feb. 8 and 9, and multi-octave singer McGovern—who is celebrating her 30th anniversary in show business—will close the series on March 29 and 30.
Located in San Rafael, California, CenterStage is one of the Bay Area's preeminent presenters of leading performing artists. Last season's series included performances from Mandy Patinkin, Jane Olivor, Liz Callaway and Jason Graae. Tickets are available by calling the theatre's box office at (415) 444-8000. Tickets for all four shows are $125; individual tickets are priced at $35 and go on sale July 29.
—By Andrew Gans