Wagner's An Evening of (mostly) True Songs, with Burns, Magnuson and Bohon, Presented Sept. 10

News   Wagner's An Evening of (mostly) True Songs, with Burns, Magnuson and Bohon, Presented Sept. 10 A host of theatre favorites are scheduled to take part in An Evening of (mostly) True Songs, which spotlights the work of up and coming composer-lyricist Adam Wagner.

The Sept. 10 and 11 concerts at the Laurie Beechman Theatre feature the talents of Songs for a New World's Andrea Burns, Sweeney Todd's Benjamin Magnuson, Oklahoma!'s Justin Bohon and The Full Monty's Aaron Kaburick as well as Chris Fuller and Katie Klaus. Show time is 7 PM both nights. Richard H. Hess directs the concerts, which include additional music by Magnuson and musical direction and song arrangements by Zachary Dietz. Julie Danielson is featured on bass.

Composer Adam Wagner is a 2005 graduate of the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music. His original revue, Don’t Look Down, was presented last June as part of the Cincinnati Fringe Festival and received the 2005 Cincinnati Entertainment Award for Best Alternative Production and a Cincinnati Enquirer Acclaim Award.

The Laurie Beechman Theatre is located in Manhattan at 407 West 42nd Street, west of Ninth Avenue. There is a $5 cover charge and a $15 food/beverage minimum. Call (212) 695-6909 for reservations.

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