The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture continues its concert-interview series, Broadway Bares Soul: An Intimate Evening of Song & Spirit, with a 7:30 PM October 3 appearance by Tony Award winner Kelli O’Hara
The event is hosted by CNN Faith & Religion commentator, Fr. Edward Beck, C.P., who discusses the stars’ “formative influences, their life trajectories, and how their careers have been shaped by their spiritual and social/political worldview.”
O’Hara was nominated for the Tony Award six times between 2005 and 2015 before winning for her performance as Anna Leonowens in the Lincoln Center revival of The King and I. Her Broadway résumé also includes South Pacific, The Light in the Piazza, The Bridges of Madison County, The Pajama Game, Nice Work If You Can Get It, and Dracula: The Musical. She is scheduled to co-star in a concert staging of the musical Brigadoon November 15–19 at City Center.
The Sheen Center’s fall and winter programming features a mix of theatre, film, visual art, and music. Drama Desk winner Andréa Burns (On Your Feet!, In the Heights) will also return to the Sheen Center with a concert on December 11, and Broadway Inspirational Voices will perform December 4.
In the Black Box theatre will be The Mecca Tales (October 20–November 4), Hold These Truths, a solo play starring Joel de la Fuente of The Man in the High Castle (December 2–20), and The Enlightenment of Mr. Mole, based on The Wind in the Willows, adapted and directed by B.H. Barry (December 27–31).
There will also be two readings of new plays: Daylight by Bill Cain about Dorothy Day starring Ann Dowd (The Handmaid’s Tale); and The Wars of Dagger John by Turlough McConnell about 19th-century Archbishop “Dagger John” Hughes.
For the complete lineup visit SheenCenter.org.