Let Yourself Go: An Evening with Irving Berlin, Guided by Sutton Foster, Plays Joe's Pub March 12
12 Mar 2014
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Let Yourself Go: An Evening with Irving Berlin, which is presented in association with Ball State University, plays Joe's Pub March 12.
The 11:30 PM performance is under the guidance of two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, who will return to Broadway later this season in the musical Violet. The one-night-only event is the culmination of a cabaret course taught during the fall 2013 semester at Ball State University.
Let Yourself Go, according to press notes, features "11 graduating musical theatre BFA seniors in NYC's most celebrated showcase venue for live music and performance. In addition to the iconic music created by the incomparable Irving Berlin, the show will also feature several Berlin-inspired medleys and 'mash ups' of contemporary songs with Berlin classics."
Partial proceeds benefit the Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance Scholarship Fund.
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