Macy's Herald Square will celebrate its 100th birthday with an outdoor Broadway extravaganza on Monday, Sept. 23.
Entitled "Remember Me to Herald Square," the concert, which will be held outside the legendary New York City store on 34th and 35th Streets, will feature a host of Broadway talent as well as appearances by some of the City's favorite personalities and dignitaries. Show time is 8 PM.
As of press time, those scheduled to perform include Aida's Adam Pascal; former Renter Anthony Rapp; Miss Saigon's Liz Callaway, who will sing with the Highbridge Voices Choir of the Bronx; 42nd Street's Jonathan Freeman; "Sopranos" and Beauty and the Beast star Jamie-Lynn Sigler; MAC Award winner Alix Korey; Love! Valour! Compassion!'s Mario Cantone; Tony Award winner Judy Kaye; and the visual artistry of Anti-Gravity. The company of Chicago will also salute the birthday of the world's largest store.
Broadcast legend Walter Cronkite will take part in the festivities as will Hal Kahn, the chairman of Macy's East. For more information, go to www.macys.com.
—By Andrew Gans