Radio station 106.7 Lite FM presents the free lunchtime series "Broadway in Bryant Park," featuring current and upcoming stageshows and artists performing showtunes at the midtown green. Continuing every Thursday through Aug. 18, the series plays at the park from 12:30 PM to approximately 1:30 PM.
The current schedule (subject to change) is as follows:
Aug. 18 - Cookin', Lennon, Actors Fund: On The Twentieth Century Concert Preview The HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival 2005 — which screens free movies on the lawn starting at dusk on Monday nights — will feature Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple" (a revival of which starring Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick is expected for Broadway in the fall), Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (which currently runs on Broadway) and the moviemusical "The Gay Divorcee" featuring Cole Porter music.
For more information on Bryant Park event scheduling, visit www.bryantpark.org.
Seating for "Broadway in Bryant Park" is on a first come-first serve basis. In case of severe weather, the outdoor event will be canceled. For up-to-the-minute changes, check www.1067litefm.com.