Monumental Evening, with Lewis, Kritzer, Caplan, Case, Will Now Play Ars Nova

News   Monumental Evening, with Lewis, Kritzer, Caplan, Case, Will Now Play Ars Nova
A Monumental Evening with Miller & Tysen, which had been scheduled to play the now-closed Zipper Factory Theater, will now be seen at the Ars Nova.

The evening featuring the songs of Chris Miller and Nathan Tysen will play the West 54th Street venue Feb. 23 at 8 PM.

As previously announced, Monumental Evening will boast the talents of Norm Lewis, Leslie Kritzer, Matt Caplan, Allison Case and Charlie Brady as well as the cast of the Drama Desk-nominated Fugitive Songs: Halle Petro, Todd Pettiford, Ben Roseberry and Lucia Spina.

The performers will be accompanied by a five-piece string band. Concertgoers can expect to hear new material from Miller and Tysen's upcoming commissions at Lincoln Center and Playwrights Horizons as well as tunes from The Burnt Part Boys.

Chris Miller and Nathan Tysen's musicals include Fugitive Songs, The Burnt Part Boys (book: Mariana Elder), The Mysteries of Harris Burdick (book: Joe Calarco) and True Fans. They are the recipients of a 2007 Kitty Carlisle Hart Award, a 2006 Richard Rodgers Award, a 2004 Daryl Roth Creative Spirit Award, a 2003 Frederick Loewe Foundation Grant and a 2003 Jonathan Larson Award.

Ticket information will be announced shortly by visiting

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