Lazar and Runolfsson Will Join Hamlisch for Hollywood to the Great White Way Concert

News   Lazar and Runolfsson Will Join Hamlisch for Hollywood to the Great White Way Concert Hollywood to the Great White Way is the title of a July 21 concert at Wolf Trap featuring the National Symphony Orchestra.

Marvin Hamlisch will conduct the famed orchestra for the 8:15 PM concert, which will feature the vocal talents of Broadway actors Aaron Lazar and Anne Runolfsson. Concertgoers can expect to hear such tunes as "If Ever I Would Leave You," "Johnny One Note," "Anything You Can Do," "My Heart Will Go On," "Music of the Night" and "Just the Way You Look Tonight."

The evening will be held at the Filene Center in Wolf Trap National Park.

On Broadway Aaron Lazar has been seen in Les Misérables, The Light in the Piazza, The Phantom of the Opera and Oklahoma! and Off-Broadway in Hallelujah Baby!. He appeared in the London revival of On the Town as well as in the national tour of The Scarlet Pimpernel. His screen credits include "The Notorious Bettie Page," "One Man's Castle," "Johnny Moment," "The Poker Game," "Mahogany Pipe," "All My Children," "The Guiding Light" and "Empire."

Anne Runolfsson has appeared on Broadway in The Phantom of the Opera, Victor/Victoria, Cyrano, Aspects of Love and Les Misérables as well as in the national tours of The Secret Garden and Les Miz; her Off-Broadway credits include Listen to My Heart, Jack's Holiday and Cather County. Runolfsson has performed with symphony orchestras throughout the country, and her acclaimed debut solo recording is entitled "At Sea."

For ticket information visit www.wolftrap.org.