Broadway's Linda Eder With Constantine Maroulis & The Company Men
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The last date listed for Night After the Tonys was Monday June 9, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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On the heels of choreographing nearly 800 dancers for the Olympic opening ceremonies in Sochi, Daniel Ezralow brings his L.A.-based company, Ezralow Dance, to the Ford. Hailed as "one of the best American dancer-choreographers now working" by the Chicago Tribune, Ezralow has left his stamp all over the world from Las Vegas (he choreographed Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil) to Broadway (he designed the jaw-dropping aerial tangos of Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark) to Paris (he worked with the world-famous Paris Opera Ballet). Now the choreographer The New York Times calls "unforgettably gutsy" premieres a commissioned piece with live music under the stars. Learn More
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Featured review from BrentRed Velvet
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What a show at the remarkable Ford Ampitheatre. An all around good night of entertainment. Constatine was very entertaining and what a voice of many talents. Of course, the amazing Linda Eder closed out the show with show stopping numbers. Love her voice!!
I could listen to Linda Eder for hours.
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Loved Linda Eder and hope she will come more often to So Cal. Ford theater is a fabulous venue. Hope Chris Isaacson does more Broadway/Cabaret shows there in years to come (2 or 3 a season is just not enough!). First act was ok. Am not a fan...continued
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