Including a salute to Jerry Herman, the concert is headed for the Rubicon Theatre in Ventura, California.
Faith Prince and Jason Graae will present their club show, You and Me, But Mostly We at the Rubicon Theatre in Ventura, California, January 6 and 7, 2018.
Tony Award winner Prince (Guys and Dolls) and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award winner Graae will team up to sing their “most requested and memorable Broadway numbers.” The show features a tribute to Jerry Herman, composer of Hello, Dolly! and Mame, who has been “a significant influence...both personally and professionally.”
Graae and Prince have performed together in their club show, The Prince and the Showboy, which included their personalized version of the song “You and Me (But Mostly Me)” from The Book of Mormon. They shared a New York Nightlife Award for the show.
The California concerts will take place 8 PM January 6 and 2 PM January 7. The latter concert will include a post-show talkback with the audience.
Rubicon Theatre is located at 1006 East Main Street in Ventura. Click here for tickets, which cost $35 to $55.
Prince’s stage credits also include Jerome Robbins’ Broadway (Tony nomination), Bells Are Ringing (Tony nomination), A Catered Affair (Tony nomination), The Little Mermaid, Nick & Nora, The King and I, Annie, A Man of No Importance, James Joyce’s The Dead, and the 2016 Broadway musical Disaster!.
Graae’s stage credits include A Grand Night for Singing and Stardust.
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The international hit musical will celebrate its 34th anniversary at the Majestic January 26, the same night Kouatchou becomes the first Black actor to play the role of Christine full-time on Broadway.