Titled The 100 Musicals in Mufti Concert Celebration, the performance will be held March 30 at 7:30 PM in The Sanctuary at Saint Peter's Church. Proceeds will benefit The York Theatre Company and the Musicals in Mufti Series.
The concert will feature performances and appearances by Mufti alumni and favorites who include Nancy Anderson (The Girl Who Came to Supper and five others), Klea Blackhurst (Happy Hunting, By Jupiter), Jenn Colella (Goodtime Charley, Getting My Act Together and Taking It On The Road), Robert Creighton (The Good Companions), Gretchen Cryer (Still Getting My Act Together), Erin Davie (Silk Stockings), Stephen DeRosa (Oh, Captain!), Ben Fankhauser (Saturday Night), Debbie Gravitte (Carmelina,Billion Dollar Baby), Jessica Grové (Coco, Happy Hunting), Judy Kaye (Smiling The Boy Fell Dead), Richard Kind (My Favorite Year), Aaron Lazar (Hallelujah, Baby!), Michael McCormick (Tenderloin, Tomfoolery), Patrick Page (Rex), Jim Stanek (Cyrano and five others), Mary Testa (Lucky Stiff), Nick Wyman (I and Albert and five others) and Karen Ziemba (Weird Romance, Oh, Captain!), plus composers Nancy Ford (Getting My Act Together and Taking It On The Road), Sheldon Harnick (Tenderloin, A World To Win, Smiling The Boy Fell Dead), Tom Jones (Roadside, The Show Goes On), Richard Maltby, Jr. (Big, Closer Than Ever) and David Shire (Big, Closer Than Ever).
The production stage manager is Meg Friedman.
The York Theatre Company's Musicals in Mufti series offers musicals "in a simply-staged, book-in-hand concert format…without the trappings associated with the original full productions." Tickets, which include a star-studded reception following the performance, are priced $75. They may be purchased by calling (212) 935-5820, or in person at the York Theatre box office at Saint Peter’s (Citicorp Building, entrance on East 54th Street, just east of Lexington Avenue).
For additional information visit www.yorktheatre.org.
The York Theatre Company is the only theatre in New York City "dedicated to developing and fully producing new musicals and preserving neglected, notable shows from the past."