Herdlicka, Night Music's Henrik, Gets Solo Gig at Feinstein's June 27

News   Herdlicka, Night Music's Henrik, Gets Solo Gig at Feinstein's June 27 "Who is Henrik?" sings Hunter Ryan Herdlicka as the ponderous seminarian in Broadway's A Little Night Music. Fans of show music will get a sense of who Herdlicka is in his solo cabaret concert debut, I Happen to Like New York, June 27 at Feinstein's at Loews Regency.
Hunter Ryan Herdlicka
Hunter Ryan Herdlicka

Putting aside his role of Henrik in the Stephen Sondheim musical (the production will be on hiatus starting June 20 prior to reopening in July), he'll sing the music and lyrics of Sondheim, Jerry Herman, Cy Coleman and Comden & Green and more for this one night only. Expect "No One Is Alone," "Neverland" and "Penny in My Pocket," among other songs, at the 8 PM show. Mary-Mitchell Campbell (Company, Road Show, The Addams Family) is the musical director; Diana Basmajian directs.

Herdlicka, a performer since he was eight years old, has appeared in concerts and regional productions across the country. About a week after graduating Carnegie Mellon in May 2009, he arrived in New York City and had his first audition. After his callback, attended by both director Trevor Nunn and Stephen Sondheim, he was told he landed the role of pent-up seminary student Henrik Egerman in Broadway's A Little Night Music. He has also been seen at the Utah Shakespearean Festival and West Virginia Public Theater.

Feinstein's at Loews Regency is located at 540 Park Avenue at 61st Street in New York City. For ticket reservations and club information, call (212) 339-4095 or visit www.feinsteinsatloewsregency.com or www.Ticketweb.com.

The show has a $25 cover. There is an additional $25 food and beverage minimum. Premium seats are also available at $40. All Carnegie Mellon University Alumni will receive premium seating for a special rate of $25 by entering the code HUNTER10, upon purchase of tickets. Jackets are suggested but not required.

For more information, www.HunterRyanHerdlicka.com.

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