John Bolton Will Narrate Rudolph Concert at Carnegie Hall

News   John Bolton Will Narrate Rudolph Concert at Carnegie Hall
 
John Bolton, whose Broadway credits include Spamalot, Contact and Titanic, will narrate Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, which will be presented Dec. 21 at 3 PM in Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage.

Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the holiday classic with a special Family Concert with The New York Pops and music director Steven Reineke.

This semi-staged concert version of the TV favorite, according to press notes, "brings Rudolph, Santa and their friends to life through original choreography by director/choreographer Liza Gennaro, as performed by dancers from New York Theatre Ballet."

In addition to narrator Bolton, other characters will be voiced by Scot Cahoon, Rory Kulz, Bobby Underwood and students from TADA! Youth Theater. Judith Clurman’s Essential Voices USA will join The New York Pops to perform Johnny Marks’ score.

Following the Family Concert, the Notables—Carnegie Hall’s young patrons group—will host the Sixth Annual Family Party featuring food, crafts, cookie decorating and other Rudolph-themed activities for children.

Family ticket packages, which include admission to the concert and the after party, are available starting at $500 (4 tickets). Single tickets, including admission to the concert and the after party, are $200 for adults, $100 for children over 3 and $75 for children 2 and under. For more information or to purchase after-party tickets, contact the Carnegie Hall Notables office at (212) 903-9734 or notables@carnegiehall.org.

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