Kathleen and Rob Marshall Getting a Starry Carnegie Hall Salute | Playbill

News Kathleen and Rob Marshall Getting a Starry Carnegie Hall Salute Alan Cumming, Sutton Foster, Donna Murphy, Bebe Neuwirth and Kelli O'Hara will serve as guest artists when the New York Pops honors Tony Award-winning director-choreographer Kathleen Marshall and Academy Award-nominated director-choreographer Rob Marshall May 4 at Carnegie Hall.

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The 7 PM event will celebrate the work of the show-business siblings' work in theatre, television and film.

Music director Steven Reineke will conduct the famed orchestra. Other guest artists will include Rachel York and the The New York Pops Kids On Stage Students, Ronald McDonald House Rockin’ the House Band and Chorus and Camp Broadway Kids.

Three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall directed and choreographed the Broadway productions of Nice Work If You Can Get It, Anything Goes, Grease, The Pajama Game and Wonderful Town. She choreographed the Broadway productions of Boeing-Boeing, Little Shop of Horrors, Follies, Seussical, Kiss Me, Kate, Ring Round the Moon, 1776 and Swinging On A Star, as well as the West End revival of Kiss Me, Kate. She served as assistant choreographer to her brother, Rob Marshall, on the Broadway productions of Kiss of the Spider Woman, She Loves Me and Damn Yankees. She is an artistic associate of City Center Encores!

Academy and Tony Award nominee Rob Marshall is the director of the film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's and James Lapine's Into the Woods, which hit theatres Christmas Day 2014. He is the director of the Academy Award-winning film adaptation of Chicago and "Memoirs of a Geisha." His work also includes "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," "Nine," "Annie" and "Tony Bennett: An American Classic." His work on Broadway includes Cabaret, Little Me, Kiss of the Spider Woman, She Loves Me, Damn Yankees, Victor/Victoria, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Company and more.

For more information visit newyorkpops.org.

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