Off-Broadway's Little Shubert Welcomes Three Mo' Tenors Sept. 12

News   Off-Broadway's Little Shubert Welcomes Three Mo' Tenors Sept. 12 Three Mo' Tenors, which has played numerous dates in regional theatres around the country, arrives at Off-Broadway's Little Shubert Theatre Sept. 12.
Phumzile Sojola in Three Mo' Tenors.
Phumzile Sojola in Three Mo' Tenors. Photo by Zaven Khashikian

The production — conceived, directed and choreographed by Marion J. Caffey — will officially open Sept. 27. Willette Murphy Klausner produces. Described as "part opera, part jazz, part Broadway, all music and all passion," the production features two separate casts who take the stage, three at a time, at alternate performances. The singers who comprise Three Mo' Tenors include Kenneth Alston, James N. Berger Jr., Ramone Diggs, Duane A. Moody, Victor Roberson and Phumzile Sojola.

Theatregoers can expect to hear opera, jazz, gospel, soul, spirituals, new school, Broadway and the blues. Creator Caffey said in a previous statement, "Three Mo' Tenors is the zenith of versatility. Where else can you hear Usher, Pavarotti, Sondheim, and Marvin Gaye come out of the same two vocal chords?"

Show times are Tuesdays-Fridays at 8 PM, Saturdays at 2 and 8 PM and Sundays at 2 and 6:30 PM.

Tickets, priced $75, are available by calling (212) 239-6200 or by visiting www.telecharge.com. The Little Shubert Theatre is located in Manhattan at 422 W. 42nd Street.

For more information visit www.ThreeMoTenorsOnTour.com.

Duane A. Moody, Victor Robertson and James N. Berger, Jr. in <i>Three Mo' Tenors</i>.
Duane A. Moody, Victor Robertson and James N. Berger, Jr. in Three Mo' Tenors. Photo by Joanne Savio