Marc Kudisch's Town Hall Concert Offers Money-Back Guarantee

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Audience members who purchase tickets to Marc Kudisch's Jan. 15, 2011, Town Hall concert In Defense of the Baritone Voice by mail order postmarked between Dec. 16 and Dec. 31 will receive a money-back guarantee, producer Scott Siegel announced Dec. 16.

Siegel said in a statement, "Marc Kudisch is an amazing talent with a brilliant show; I am convinced that anyone that comes to see it will love it. I am so sure of this that I am willing to literally guarantee it. To my knowledge, no one has ever before offered a money back guarantee for a major theatrical event on a New York City stage. Well, why not? If you believe in your show, why shouldn't you be willing to back it up with this kind of confidence?"

The check should be made out to Siegel and Siegel Ltd. and mailed to Scott Siegel c/o Kudisch Concert, 320 East 58th Street, Suite 5B, NY, NY 10022. Include your name, address, phone number, and email address. Indicate how many tickets you would like and at what price range ($60 for the orchestra and loge boxes, $40 for the front balcony, and $25 for the rear balcony). If for any reason you genuinely do not like the concert, you may get your money back after contacting Siegel.

Three-time Tony Award nominee Kudisch (9 to 5, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Thrughly Modern Millie) will be making his solo concert debut in an evening that "will cover the history of the baritone voice from opera to Elvis and from Bing to Broadway," according to press notes.

Town Hall is located at 123 West 43rd Street.

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