David Elder, Meredith Patterson, Natalie Toro, Neil Berg and More Sing 100 Years of Broadway Feb. 19 in Hartford
19 Feb 2012
Composer-lyricist Neil Berg, best known for his work on Off-Broadway’s Prince and the Pauper, brings his 100 Years of Broadway Song and Dance touring concert to Hartford’s Bushnell Center Feb. 19.
The 7 PM concert features performances from David Elder (Curtains, 42nd Street, Titanic, Beauty and the Beast), Rob Evan, Ted Louis Levy, Meredith Patterson (Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, 42nd Street, The Green Bird) and Natalie Toro (A Tale of Two Cities, Les Miserables).
Audiences can expect Broadway song-and-dance numbers from shows such as Chicago, A Chorus Line and 42nd Street. The musical revue is currently touring the United States and features a rotating cast of Broadway performers.
The Bushnell is located at 166 Capitol Avenue in Hartford, CT. For more information and tickets, call (860) 987-5900 or visit www.bushnell.org or www.neilberg.com.
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