Adriane Lenox, Karen Ziemba, Randy Graff, Liz Callaway, Christiane Noll, Stephen Bogardus, Ann Harada Set for
Broadway Musicals of 1965-1989
Town Hall's Broadway by the Year Series will continue May 12 at 8 PM with
The Broadway Musicals of 1965-1989.
The evening will feature the talents of Tony winners
Adriane Lenox, Karen Ziemba, Randy Graff and Andy Blankenbuehler, Tony nominees Liz Callaway, Sally Mayes, Christiane Noll, Stephen Bogardus, Bob Stillman and Annie Golden as well as Elizabeth Stanley, Ann Harada, Eddie Korbich, Kerry O'Malley, Sally Wilfert and Nightlife Award winners Scott Coulter, Julie Reyburn and Steve Ross. Additional artists will be announced.
Scott Siegel, who created and wrote the show, will host.
Taking one song from one show from each year, 25 stars will sing songs from shows such as
Man of La Mancha (1965), Cabaret (1966), Hair (1968), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1978), Evita (1979), Nine (1982), Baby (1983) and at least 18 more. In some cases actors will perform songs they originated on Broadway.
Individual tickets ($57 and $47) are on sale at www.TicketMaster.com or by phone at (800) 982-2787.
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