Well, Hello, Dolly! (NYC)
It’s so nice to have Fred Barton back at Pace with his American Showstoppers series. On March 1, Barton, his 13-piece orchestra, and a star-studded cast of performers take on Jerry Herman.
AMERICAN SHOWSTOPPERS: An Evening of Jerry Herman
Saturday, March 1
Who doesn’t love a great show tune? Noted arranger and producer Fred Barton, whose work is heard regularly in concert halls around the country and on TV shows including The Magic School Bus, Olivia, Magic Pets, and Eureeka’s Castle, his 13-piece orchestra, and star-studded cast of performers are back to celebrate American composer and lyricist Jerry Herman. Herman’s epic contributions to Broadway and Hollywood will be celebrated in an evening exploring his career from his early revue days to his heyday of mega-musicals such as Hello Dolly!, Mame, Dear World, La Cage Aux Folles, Mack & Mabel, and many more. Performers include Klea Blackhurst, Toni Di Buono, Jeffry Denman, Tari Kelly, Damon Kirsche, Beth Leavel, Karen Murphy, Lee Roy Reams, and featuring Lianne Marie Dobbs, AJ Hunsucker, Jesse Luttrell, with the Scott Thompson Dancers. The evening is directed and choreographed by Scott Thompson, and produced, orchestrated, and hosted by Fred Barton.
This will be a rousing, showstopping evening not to be missed!
Next up at the Schimmel is Brian Sanders’ experimental dance-theatre company JUNK on March 6–8, followed by innovative Flamenco dancer Israel Galvan’s La Curva on March 13 and 14.
$5 student tickets and $15 faculty and staff tickets for each event can be purchased in advance at the Schimmel box office. For more information, visit http://schimmel.pace.edu/.
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