September 03, 2015

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Norm Lewis Sings From Phantom at the Wicked Kinky Cabaret That is Stars in the Alley

Norm Lewis served as the host for Stars in the Alley, a free concert held today in New York City's famous Shubert Alley. He also took the stage himself to sing from The Phantom of the Opera — Lewis recently became the first African-American Phantom in Broadway history. Performers from Wicked, Kinky Boots, Cabaret, Bullets Over Broadway and some 25 shows belted out some of Broadway's most-loved tunes. Read the Playbill story.







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