Wicked Star Christine Dwyer and Kathy Brier Part of Tonight's Shaiman and Wittman Concert

News   Wicked Star Christine Dwyer and Kathy Brier Part of Tonight's Shaiman and Wittman Concert
Grammy winner Kathy Brier ("Boardwalk Empire," Hairspray), Christine Dwyer (Wicked), Wendi Bergamini (Doctor Zhivago), Jennifer Fouché ("Smash") and Elyssa Mactas (Mean the Musical) are part of Tim Realbuto's June 15 Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman tribute concert at the Laurie Beechman Theatre.

Christine Dwyer
Christine Dwyer Photo by Matt Murphy

The 9:30 PM concert, titled Tim Realbuto: Live In Living Color, honors the songwriting duo responsible for such Broadway hits as Hairspray and Catch Me If You Can, as well as the fictional Bombshell musical from "Smash," in an evening featuring some of their biggest hits.

The cast also includes Anneliese van der Pol (Beauty and the Beast; Vanities), "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" star Jenna Leigh Green (Wicked; bare), Laurissa Romain (Top Five; South Pacific), Kimberly Faye Greenberg (Fabulous Fanny; Little Wars), Lauren Testerman (Love Quirks), Emily Esposito (Bookseller in the Rain), Katie Mack (Avarice), Paul Mitchell Wilder (Yes), Marissa Rosen (Bedbugs!!! the musical; Diva), Kevin Riddagh (The Adonis), Michael Kidney (Ghostlight), Monty Renfrow (Distortion), Teresa Hui (Love Quirks), Michael Fisher (Mean the musical), Adena Walker (The Baker's Wife), Leigh Martha Klinger (Rebecca the musical; We Will Rock You), Natalie Ballenger (Orange Blossoms), Julie Reed (A Chorus Line) and Allison St. Rock (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson) and Realbuto's Ghostlight co-writer Matthew Martin.

The ensemble will feature Tony Artiga, David De Almo, Stevie Elle, Teresa Gilhooly, Elliot Kleinburd, Shane Long and Melissa Spinelli.

Realbuto previously presented a sold-out concert in honor of composer Maury Yeston.

The Laurie Beechman Theatre is located at 407 West 42nd St. To purchase tickets visit OvationTix.

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