Evenings With Burgess, Rudetsky, Cates, Pazakis and Broadway Boys to Benefit Rosie's Kids | Playbill

News Evenings With Burgess, Rudetsky, Cates, Pazakis and Broadway Boys to Benefit Rosie's Kids
The Spotlight Series, four evenings featuring a mix of Broadway performers, will be presented later this month at the Maravel Arts Center in Manhattan.

Performances will benefit Rosie's Broadway Kids, the non-profit arts education organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children through the arts.

Tituss Burgess, most recently on Broadway in the revival of Guys and Dolls, will offer Tituss Stripped-Who Needs A Band? March 29 at 7:30 PM. The singing actor will present "a stripped down concert of new material and dust off some old standards." Brian Whitted will serve as musical director.

Ladies Night @ MAC, which boasts the talents of Kristy Cates, Kate Pazakis and Cortney Wolfson, will be presented March 30 at 7:30 PM. Colin Sheehan will host the evening of song, and Jim Morgan will serve as musical director.

Actor, musician and Playbill.com columnist Seth Rudetsky will deconstruct "The Brady Bunch Variety Hour" March 31 at 7:30 PM. "The show debuted in 1977 and was cancelled the same year," press notes state, "but there are nine delicious episodes that merit severe analysis — the outfits, the dance steps, the swimming pool, the disco song medleys, the budding romance between Alice and Rip Taylor, the sub-plot of Greg moving out of the house, Carol Brady's ensuing depression and most shockingly, the fake Jan!"

The series will conclude with The Broadway Boys Unplugged April 1 at 7:30 PM. Expect Broadway tunes presented in unfamiliar ways. Colin Sheehan produces.

Maravel Arts Center is located in Manhattan at 445 West 45th Street. For tickets, priced $25, call (646) 434-2774. For more information visit www.rbkids.org.

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