Tony Nominees Crosby and Walsh Join Broadway Unplugged Concert

News   Tony Nominees Crosby and Walsh Join Broadway Unplugged Concert Two Tony nominees and three cabaret performers have joined the stellar line-up for the second annual Broadway Unplugged concert at Town Hall.

Those who have just joined the cast for the Sept. 19 concert include Smokey Joe's Cafe's B.J. Crosby and Falsettos' Barbara Walsh as well as cabaret singers Lennie Watts, Jenifer Kruskamp and Anne Steele. These performers join the previously announced Chuck Cooper, Sutton Foster, Marc Kudisch, Alice Playten, Emily Skinner, Mary Testa, Ron Bohmer, Mary Bond Davis, Robert Evan, Cheyenne Jackson, Eddie Korbich, Norm Lewis, William Michals, Julia Murney, Christiane Noll and Bill Daugherty.

Conceived, produced, written and hosted by cabaret critic Scott Siegel, the 8 PM concert at Town Hall will feature the aforementioned theatre/cabaret favorites performing without amplification. In a statement, producer Siegel said, "The excitement surrounding last year's concert simply demanded that we do it again. I'm thrilled and humbled by the response of the Broadway community of stars because so many of them agreed to sing in this concert with so much enthusiasm."

The musical director for the one-night-only event is Ross Patterson, who will lead his Little Big Band.

Town Hall is located in Manhattan at 123 West 43rd Street. Tickets, ranging from $25-$40, are available by calling (212) 307-4100 or by e-mailing siegelentertainment@msn.com. (A post-show cast party, including buffet supper and beverages, is available for $50 per person; call 212-365 4345.)