MARC KUDISCH, WILLIAM MICHALS, VIVIAN REED,
MOLLY POPE, JOHN EASTERLIN, BILL DAUGHERTY,
JENNY POWERS, CHRISTOPHER JOHNSTONE, ERIN DAVIE,
STAR IN BROADWAY UNPLUGGED!
Monday, July 20 at 8 PM at The Town Hall
Postponed from last January when the fake blizzard closed New York City, Broadway Unplugged, the critically acclaimed annual concert returns! It’s the show where today’s stars sing great show tunes the way they used to be performed on Broadway: without a microphone! New York’s critics have said every year that this is one of the most thrilling concerts they have ever witnessed. Broadway Unplugged always get sensational stars — and this year is no exception. Look at this cast that is still growing:
Stephanie J. Block (Tony Nominee), Carolee Carmello (3X Tony Nominee), Marc Kudisch (3X Tony Nominee), John Easterlin (4X Grammy Winner), Vivian Reed (2X Tony Nominee), Adriane Lenox (Tony Award Winner), Erin Davie (Side Show Revival) Jenny Powers (Broadway Revival of Grease as Rizzo), William Michals (Lincoln Center revival of South Pacific as Emile de Beque), Christopher Johnstone (Carnegie Hall), Molly Pope (“The Downtown Diva”), Bill Daugherty (Every Single Broadway Unplugged!), and more to be announced!
Musical Direction by Ross Patterson
Produced, Written, and Hosted by Scott Siegel
Co-Directed by Scott Siegel & Rick Hinkson
Tickets prices have not changed since Broadway Unplugged began 13 years ago:
Orchestra & Loge: $77
Front Balcony: $52
Rear Balcony: $27
Tickets are available at the Town Hall box office (123 West 43rd Street) from noon to 6 PM every day but Sunday.
Or Tickets may be ordered now via Ticketmaster:
Thank you for your support,
IMPORTANT NOTE: IF YOU ALREADY HAVE TICKETS FROM THE BLIZZARD DATE VIA MAIL ORDER, TICKETMASTER, OR THE BOX OFFICE, THEY WILL BE HONORED ON JULY 20. WE HAVE A RECORD OF YOUR TICKETS IN CASE YOU LOST THEM. NO WORRIES!
Broadway Unplugged is sponsored, in part, by ASCAP, The Edythe Kenner Foundation, The Berkshire Theatre Group, Jujamcyn Theaters, Doris & Edwin Cohen, Stu Chassen, Carolyn Montgomery-Forant, Fran Norkin, and Steve Ernst.