July 08, 2015
14 Feb 2014
Ryan Silverman, the Broadway leading man who has appeared in The Phantom of the Opera, Chicago and Off-Broadway's Passion, has canceled his Feb. 14 performance at the Café Carlyle due to illness.
Silverman began his four-night engagement at the Carlyle on Jan. 24. Read Playbill.com's recap of the concert evening here.
Silverman is currently working to reschedule the concert, which was to be the last appearance in his current engagement at the Carlyle.
He will play Charles Clarke in the Feb. 17 Avery Fisher Hall concert staging of Titanic.
For information, phone the Café Carlyle at (212) 744-1600.
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