Directed by author and musical theatre historian Ken Bloom, this one-night-only event features Vince Giordano and The Nighthawks, Amy Burton, Tony Award nominee Anita Gillette, Jason Graae, Ted Louis Levy, Grammy winner Catherine Russell and two-time Tony nominee Tom Wopat.
The evening also boasts choreography by three-time Tony nominee Randy Skinner, who performs as a featured dancer with Sara Brians and Mary Giattino-Styles.
The Ambassador Revue, which Porter created for the Café des Ambassadeurs in 1928, fell into oblivion until 2012 when the score was rediscovered by Bloom and Christophe Mirambeau in an archive in Milan, Italy. Bloom and Mirambeau mounted a concert staging in Paris in 2012, nearly 85 years after its Parisian premiere.
Bloom's Town Hall staging of the revue marks the first time that Porter's score will be heard on an American stage and the first time that the original musical arrangements by Freddy Buck will be heard since the 1928 production in Paris.
For tickets visit The Town Hall Box Office, 123 West 43rd Street or call (800) 982-2787. Tickets range from $30-65.
Watch our feature on the show below: