Richard Belzer, Linda Lavin, Billy Stritch and More in Broadway for a New America
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Born at a Mardi Gras party in Portland, Oregon, MarchFourth Marching Band has become one of the nation's best live touring acts -- and you can catch them outdoors on Pier 15 backed by beautiful waterfront views. More than just a concert, a MarchFourth show is a celebration, with stilt-walkers, unicyclists, fire eaters, puppets, flag twirlers, clown antics, acrobatics and more, accompanied by an eclectic big band in marching band costumes. Anchored by funky electric bass and featuring a 12-piece horn section and a 10-piece drum/percussion corps, MarchFourth takes you on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the gypsy camps of Eastern Europe to the African jungle by way of Brazil, while honoring the musical traditions of American funk, rock and jazz. Opening for MarchFourth is Brother Joscephus and the Love Revolution, a foot-stompin' gumbo of roots rock, old-school soul and New Orleans rhythms. Learn More
Nice little bar in back corner of theater w/wine and beer -- ok to drink in your seats.Dancing in the Grand Ballrooms: Michael Arenella and His Dreamland Orchestra dining • May 13 2014 star this tip starred
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I ordered 2 tickets on March 5th, 5 weeks before this event. When I picked my tickets up at the box office, one ticket was for Q103 and the other was for R116. Besides being in 2 different rows, the seats were at opposite aisles. Needless to say I was very upset. Whose fault was this - Symphony Space or Goldstar? A very nice young man who works at Symphony Space was able to get us 2 seats together in row F, which was fantastic. The show was for a very good cause and the talent was simply wonderful. The singers all had great voices, the comedians were very funny and the readers were superb.
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A variety-style fundraiser show, with mostly B'way performers. Each perfomer got one number. We love Robert Klein and Nellie McKay, and they were awesome. Wished they had a few more minutes. There were some cringe-worthy moments, preaching to the...continued
The benefit concert, sponsored by the Jewish Alliance for Change, will feature a host of stars from the worlds of television, film, music, and comedy, including Tony, Emmy, Oscar, and GRAMMY Award winners and nominees, prominent political leaders, progressive and LGBT activists – and special surprise guests! An unforgettable evening not to be missed!
Jim Dale (host), winner of a Tony Award, two GRAMMY Awards, and four Drama Desk Awards as Best Actor; the “Voice of Harry Potter;” “The Toast of Broadway”
Richard Belzer, star of Homicide: Life on the Street and Law and Order: SVU, and stand-up comedian
John Bucchino, the renowned composer and pianist, who wrote the score to “A Catered Affair”, winner of the Drama League Award for Best Musical
Mike Burstyn, two-time Drama Desk Award nominated stage, film and television actor and singer (appearing in the new off-Broadway show Lansky)
Ann Hampton Callaway, multiplatinum-selling singer, composer, lyricist, pianist, and Tony Award-nominated actress; the only composer recognized by the Cole Porter Estate to have collaborated posthumously with Cole Porter
Melissa Errico, Tony Award-nominated actress and singer, called "The voice of enchantment” by The New York Times
Tovah Feldshuh, four-time Tony Award-nominee, performing from her new show, Irena’s Vow, about a Polish Catholic woman who hid and cared for a dozen Jews during the Nazi occupation of Poland
Malcolm Gets, Tony Award nominated Broadway, TV and film actor and singer (TV’s Caroline in the City)
Peter Jöback, *multiplatinum Grammy-nominated recording artist in Scandinavia and star of London’s West End
Robert Klein, Emmy Award & Tony Award nominated Stand-Up Comedian & Actor
Linda Lavin, Tony Award winner, Best Actress in a Play (Broadway Bound); 3-time Tony Award nominee & Emmy Award nominee (Alice), actress & singer
Nellie McKay, critically acclaimed singer/songwriter, recording artist, and award-winning Broadway actress
Anne Meara, Tony Award nominee and four-time Emmy Award-nominated actress and comedian
Phyllis Newman, Tony Award winner, Best Featured Actress in a Musical, Tony nominee, Best Featured Actress in a Play
Alice Playten, Tony Award nominated Best Actress in a Musical (Henry, Sweet Henry), Obie & Theater World Award winner
Seth Rudetsky, three-time Emmy Award-nominee, Sirius Satellite Radio’s “Voice of Broadway”
Billy Stritch, Grammy-Award winning composer, vocalist, jazz pianist, who will perform with Linda Lavin
*T**he Accidentals*, called “The best a cappella group in America” by the New York Post
The Broadway Boys, a collection of the hottest male voices currently working on the New York stage. The Boys add elements of Pop, Funk, Gospel, Jazz, and Folk to show tunes and classic pop songs, creating an out-of-control energy that makes you want to just get up and dance.
The Broadway Tenors, three of Broadway’s leading men: Brian Lane Green, Tony nominee, Best Actor in a Musical; Kevin Spirtas, Broadway & NBC TV “Days of Our Lives” star; and Matt Farnsworth
The New York City Gay Men’s Chorus
And many more!