Spicer and Foster Find Something in Common Oct. 21-22; Songs By Guettel and Schwartz

News   Spicer and Foster Find Something in Common Oct. 21-22; Songs By Guettel and Schwartz West End stage stars Paul Spicer and Clare Foster will team for two concerts at London's Theatre Museum Oct. 21 and 22.

Entitled Something in Common, the concerts will present "an intimate account of the lives of two like-minded individuals. . . . [and offer] an insight into 15 years of a friendship that inspired the dreams and determination that have shaped their careers." Concertgoers can expect to hear tunes by Adam Guettel, Charles Miller, John Bucchino, Stephen Schwartz, Grant Olding, James Michalos and Jeff Bowen. James Michalos will be the musical director for the two 8 PM evenings. The singers will be accompanied by Michalos on piano and Manon Hughes on flute and harp.

Paul Spicer has been seen in London productions of The Witches of Eastwick, Fame and Taboo as well as the U.K. tours of Saturday Night Fever and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Clare Foster, who is currently appearing in Avenue Q, made her West End debut in We Will Rock You. Her other theatrical credits include roles in The Far Pavilions and Out of This World.

The Theatre Museum is located on Russell Street in Convent Garden. Tickets, priced £12.50-£15, are available by calling 0870 162 0298. Visit www.somethingincommon.co.uk for more details.