Barrett, Cavenaugh and Cudia will perform Oct. 11 at the State Theatre Center for the Arts in Easton, PA (www.statetheatre.org); Oct. 14 in Night of the Stars, Under the Stars in Jonesboro, AR (www.night-of-stars.org); Oct. 19 at the Rappahannock Foundation for the Arts in Kilmarnock, VA (www.rappahannockfoundation.org).
On Nov. 9 Barrett will be joined by Massey and Cudia at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts in Mount Pleasant, TX (www.ntcc.edu/whatley). Barrett and Cudia will be joined by Burnham Dec. 1 at Sun City Shadow Hills-Concerts 4-U in Indio, CA (TIX: 760-772-9617); and on Dec. 14 and 15 with the Stockton Symphony Orchestra in Stockton, CA for a special holiday concert (www.StocktonSymphony.org).
On Dec. 6 Barrett will be joined by Massey and Cleale for the Starry Night Gala at Carroll Community College in Westminster, MD (www.carrollcc.edu/foundation/events/starrynight); Barrett will also conduct a master class for the theatre students.
Traditional tunes are performed alongside special material with arrangements by Michael Dansicher, Chris Jahnke, David Loud, Larry Blank, Larry Hochman, Chris Denny, Larry Moore, Lanny Meyers, Phil Reno and others. The concerts are fully staged and choreographed; Phil Reno is the music director.
The Tenor roster evolves to accommodate performers’ schedules and includes Matt Cavenaugh, Ron Bohmer, Hugh Panaro, Gavin Creel, Norm Lewis, Stephen Bogardus, Brian d’Arcy James, Lewis Cleale, David Burnham, Kyle Dean Massey, John Cudia, Alan Campbell, Brian Lane Green, George Dvorsky, Sean Mc Dermott, Jonathan Dokuchitz, Sal Viviano and Kevin Spirtas, among others.
For more information visit www.BroadwayTenors.com.