Tony Nominee Adam Pascal Will Join Seth Rudetsky for Broadway @ The Broad Stage
17 Mar 2014
Tony Award nominee Adam Pascal will debut in the Broadway @ The Broad Stage series, where he will join pianist and host Seth Rudetsky for an evening of conversation and song, March 29.
For the Broadway at The Broad Stage series, Pascal will "perform classic Broadway songs old and new, including those by Sondheim, Kander & Ebb, and Jonathan Larson, and also classic rock songs that have influenced him including hits by The Beatles, Billy Joel, Elton John and Pink Floyd. His upcoming Broad Stage debut will be a rare opportunity for Los Angeles audiences to enjoy one of Broadway's brightest rising stars," according to press notes.
Pascal, who received a 1996 Tony nomination for his performance as Roger Davis in Rent, has also been seen on Broadway in Aida, Cabaret, Memphis and Chicago.
This Broadway @ The Broad Stage concert series was inaugurated in 2011 by Mark Cortale at The Art House in Provincetown, featuring Sirius XM Broadway host, actor, musician and Playbill.com columnist Rudetsky as pianist and host.
The Broad Stage is located at Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center at 1310 11th Street in Santa Monica, CA. For more information and tickets, call (310) 434-3200 or visit TheBroadStage.com/Pascal.
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