Lazar, Baldwin, Stanek, Rockwell and Newman Set for Broadway Sings for North Shore Concerts

News   Lazar, Baldwin, Stanek, Rockwell and Newman Set for Broadway Sings for North Shore Concerts
Two concerts will be held in Manhattan to help raise funds for the financially strapped North Shore Music Theatre of Massachusetts.
Aaron Lazar
Aaron Lazar

Entitled Broadway Sings for North Shore Music Theatre, the evenings will be held Feb. 9 at 11:30 PM at Joe's Pub and Feb. 10 at 8 PM at The Theatre at Saint Peters. Among the many talents who will be part of one or both nights are Robert Newman, Aaron Lazar, Bob Walton, Jim Walton, Kate Baldwin, Jim Stanek, David Larsen, Kate Rockwell, Devin Richards, Jacquelyn Piro Donovan, Sally Wilfert, Teri Dale Hansen, Michael Kadin Craig, Molly Ephraim, Melissa Lone, Addi McDaniel, David Nathan Perlow, Emily Walton and Karen Nascembeni. Music director Brian Usifer and members of the NSMT Orchestra will also perform.

Barry Ivan, NSMT artistic director and executive producer, said in a statement, "North Shore Music Theatre has provided opportunities to so many in the entertainment industry and we are extremely grateful for this outpouring of support from the New York theatre and television communities. I continue to be encouraged by the financial and creative efforts being made to ensure NSMT's future. These performances will be an opportunity to enjoy the immense talent of our alumni and others while raising important funds to support the theatre."

Music director Usifer added, "So many actors, directors, choreographers, musicians and technicians from New York and across the country have had the privilege of working at North Shore Music Theatre. This would be a great loss of an institution and cultural treasure dedicated to presenting and preserving the art of American musical theatre for more than 50 years."

Tickets for the Joe's Pub (425 Lafayette Street) event, priced $30, are available by visiting; tickets for The Theatre at Saint Peters (54th Street, east of Lexington Avenue) event, priced, $40, are available by visiting

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