Town Hall's Summer Broadway Festival Presents Broadway's Rising Stars July 23

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Broadway's stars of tomorrow take the Town Hall stage July 23 as part of the Summer Broadway Festival, hosted and created by Scott Siegel.

The 8 PM concert, entitled Broadway's Rising Stars, features the talent of some of New York City's finest theatrical institutions, including AMDA, CAP 21, Juilliard, The New School and NYU.

The young performers making their Town Hall debuts include Alexander Arroyo (AMDA), Michael August (NYU Tisch/CAP 21), Katie Babb (NYU), Stephanie Barnum (NYU/Steinhardt), Abby Baum (NYU), Stephen Bel Davies (Juilliard), Kirby Burgess, Darcie Champagne (The New School), Mike Cruz (NYU/Steinhardt), Laura D’Andre, Elizabeth Daniels (NYU), Chris DiCristo Jr., Dayna Garber (NYU), Stacie Greenwell (New School), Natalie Hall (AMDA), Reggie Headen (AMDA), Paige Hutchison (NYU/Tisch), Erica Jacob, Lauren Marcus (NYU), Justin McConnaughy (New School), Sara Sawyer (AMDA) and Jared Weiss (NYU).

The cast will perform over two-dozen show tunes, including "Don't Rain on My Parade," "Gimme, Gimme," "Love Look Away" and "Being Alive."

Series creator and host Scott Siegel said in a recent statement, "Many great classical artists began their career with a Town Hall debut. In keeping with that spirit of discovery, The Town Hall and I are committed to Broadway's future and the idea of presenting talented newcomers to The Great White Way was irresistible. I'm pleased that we can give these future stars their New York debuts, while also providing our audience with a rich and rewarding night of entertainment."

Town Hall's Summer Broadway Festival will conclude July 30 at 8 PM with All Singing! All Dancing!, choreographed and directed by Noah Racey. Broadway's Rising Stars begins at 8 PM. Tickets are available by calling (212) 307-4100, by logging on to or by visiting the Town Hall box office, 123 W. 43rd Street.

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