Egan and Viviano Join Cleveland Pops Aug. 28; Song List Announced

News   Egan and Viviano Join Cleveland Pops Aug. 28; Song List Announced
Broadway regulars Susan Egan and Sal Viviano join the Cleveland Pops Orchestra for an evening of Broadway tunes April 28.

The one-night-only concert in Severance Hall — entitled Cabaret Nights — will feature the orchestra under the direction of conductor Carl Topilow. Concertgoers can expect to hear a mix of tunes by Jerry Herman, Stephen Sondheim, Irving Berlin and John Kander and Fred Ebb. Show time is 8 PM.

The repertoire for the evening follows:
Act I
Overture to Girl Crazy (Orchestra)
"Top Hat" (Egan and Viviano)
"Broadway Baby" (Egan)
"Begin the Beguine" (Viviano)
"Gimme Gimme" (Egan)
Overture to Mack and Mabel (Orchestra) "Look What Happened to Mabel" (Egan) "I Won't Send Roses"/"Mabel's Roses" (Viviano and Egan) "People" (Viviano) "Anything You Can Do" (Viviano and Egan)

Act II
Overture to Mame (Orchestra)
"Wilkommen" (Viviano)
"All That Jazz" (Egan)
"All I Care About Is Love" (Viviano)
"Maybe This Time" (Egan)
Medley from 42nd Street (Orchestra)
"All I Need Is the Girl"/"Together Wherever We Go" (Egan and Viviano)
"Cabaret" (Egan)
"I Got Rhythm" (Egan and Viviano)
"New York, New York" (Egan and Viviano)

Sal Viviano has appeared on Broadway in The Full Monty, The Life, Falsettos, City of Angels, Romance/Romance and The Three Musketeers. Off-Broadway he was seen in Beau Jest, Cather County, Weird Romance, Catch Me If I Fall, Broadway Jukebox, Hamlet and The Opera. His film credits include "Black Roses," "The Jitters," "Spike of Bensonhurst" and "Life With Mikey."

Susan Egan received Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations for her work in Beauty and the Beast, and her other theatre credits include Thoroughly Modern Millie, Cabaret, Triumph of Love, Putting It Together and Hello Again. Her debut solo recording was titled "So Far" and includes tunes from her many theatrical outings; her second solo disc is entitled "Coffee House." For more information visit

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