Broadway Stars Set to "Rock" at Carolina Arts Festival July 3

News   Broadway Stars Set to "Rock" at Carolina Arts Festival July 3
The Carolina Arts Festival will once again present a "Broadway Rocks" concert featuring several musical theatre favorites.

The July 3 concert at North Carolina's Amphithteatre at Regency Park will feature Terrence Mann, Lauren Kennedy, Alan Campbell and Roz Ryan singing Broadway tunes, rock favorites and original compositions. Dancers from both the film and stage productions of Chicago will also be part of the 8 PM evening. Terrence Mann received Tony nominations for his work in Les Misérables and Beauty and the Beast and has also appeared on Broadway in Barnum, Rags, Cats, Jerome Robbins' Broadway, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Getting Away with Murder and The Rocky Horror Show. Lauren Kennedy starred on Broadway in Sunset Boulevard and Side Show and made her West End debut in the acclaimed revival of South Pacific. She also starred in the New York City Opera production of Cinderella and has performed in regional theatres throughout the country. Kennedy recently released her debut solo CD — "Songs of Jason Robert Brown" — for PS Classics. Alan Campbell, who portrayed Michael Wiley in Lincoln Center's Contact, also starred as Joe Gillis in the Los Angeles and Broadway productions of Sunset Boulevard, earning a Tony nomination for his work in that Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. Campbell has been seen Off-Broadway in Avow and Boogie Woogie, and his screen credits include "Jake and the Fatman," "Three's a Crowd," "Another World," "Matlock" and "Homicide." Roz Ryan made her Broadway debut in the Fats Waller revue Ain't Misbehavin'. She also starred on The Great White Way in Dreamgirls and in the national tours of Annie, South Pacific and Blues in the Night. Ryan's film credits include "Went to Coney Island," "Cotton Club" and "Dark Indigo."

Tickets — $10-$25 — to the one-night-only event are available by going to The Amphitheatre at Regency Park is located in North Carolina at 8003 Regency Parkway. For more information about the annual Carolina Arts Festival, visit www.

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