Broadway star Liz Callaway plans a series of concert dates in Florida, titled And the Tony Goes to: An Evening with Liz Callaway, including a February 10 stop at the Tennessee Williams Theatre in Key West.
Backed by the South Florida Symphony Orchestra (SFSO), Callaway is scheduled to salute the 100th anniversary of the birth of composer-conductor Leonard Bernstein with a segment of songs from West Side Story and On The Town.
Callaway, who made her Broadway debut in Merrily We Roll Along, earned her Tony nomination for Baby, in which she debuted one of her signature numbers, “The Story Goes On.“ Other appearances include taking over the role of Grizabella during the first Broadway run of Cats, and originating the role of Ellen in Broadway’s Miss Saigon. Since The Look of Love in 2003 she has focused on her busy concert and recording career.
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