Hamlisch to Play Brooklyn Performing Arts Center April 25

News   Hamlisch to Play Brooklyn Performing Arts Center April 25
 
Tony and Oscar-winning composer Marvin Hamlisch will perform a one-night-only concert of his music and selections from the American Songbook at the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts on April 25.

Joining Hamlisch for the 8 PM concert will be J. Mark McVey, who has appeared on Broadway in Les Miserables, the Encores! production of Stairway to Paradise and the pre-Broadway engagement of A Tale of Two Cities. The concert promises to include highlights from Hamlisch's career as well as the songs of Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers and Scott Joplin.

Marvin Hamlisch earned a Tony Award for the score of A Chorus Line, featuring lyrics by the late Ed Kleban. He earned a Tony nomination for the score of Sweet Smell of Success and has also penned the musicals They're Playing Our Song, Smile and The Goodbye Girl, as well as songs for Imaginary Friends. Hamlisch has scored more than 40 motion pictures, and his numerous pop hits include "The Way We Were" and "Nobody Does It Better."

For tickets phone (718) 951-4500, or visit BrooklynCenter.

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