Friedman's Listen to My Heart to Close Dec. 7 | Playbill

News Friedman's Listen to My Heart to Close Dec. 7
Listen to My Heart — The Songs of David Friedman will close after the Sunday performance Dec. 7.

The revue of the music of composer David Friedman will have played 16 previews and 52 regular performances. Listen to My Heart officially opened Oct. 23 after two weeks of previews. The show features a mix of familiar and new tunes by the acclaimed New York-based composer, whose works were championed by the late Nancy LaMott. Many of LaMott's signature tunes are included in the revue, including "We Can Be Kind," "Help Is on the Way" and the title tune. Broadway favorite Alix Korey, a long-time friend and interpreter of Friedman's tunes, performs the bulk of the show's comic material — including "I'm Not My Mother" and "My Simple Wish" — and recently told Playbill On-Line, "I have a preference for great lyrics, that's all. As it happens, I think it's a lot harder to write a funny song, so I'm always impressed when it is actually [funny], when a funny lyric is funny as opposed to me having to kill myself to make it funny." The cast also includes Allison Briner, Joe Cassidy, Michael Hunsaker and Anne Runolfsson; Mark Waldrop directs.

Upstairs at Studio 54 is located in Manhattan at 254 West 54th Street, between Broadway and Eighth Avenue. Tickets are priced at $60 and are available by going on-line to Click here.

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