Neil Berg's 103 Years of Broadway
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The last date listed for Neil Berg's 103 Years of Broadway was Sunday January 20, 2013 / 2:30pm.
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After stunning the world with a bravura performance on Britain's Got Talent, singer Susan Boyle's debut album I Dreamed a Dream became the best-selling album in the history of the UK. And the fairy tale has only continued for the humble Scot with a golden mezzo-soprano voice, who went on to sing for sold-out crowds around the world, release four more albums and be nominated for two Grammys. Funny and charming in person, she brings her formidable talent to Balboa Theatre, singing new album tracks and never-heard-before classics as part of her first headlining tour in the U.S. Learn More
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Performers Scheduled to Appear:
Ron Bohmer – Phantom of the Opera; Sunset Boulevard; Scarlet Pimpernel & Les Miserables
Sandra Joseph – Longest running Christine in Phantom of the Opera
Jeffrey Denman – White Christmas; The Producers; How to Succeed in Business
Ted Louis Levy – Jelly’s Last Jam; Black and Blue
Erin Denman – Broadway’s 42nd Street; National tour of The Producers
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