My Funny Valentine: Musical Theater Singers Croon Broadway Love Songs at the 5thThe 5th Avenue Theatre, Located between University and Union (1308 5th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101)
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In honor of the 10th anniversary of Hairspray's Broadway debut, the 5th Avenue Theatre teams up with Seattle Men's Chorus to present Hairspray In Concert. Come experience the fun all over again (or for the very first time) as a cast of more than 200 singers and musicians takes the stage for this concert-style presentation of the musical featuring all of your favorite numbers, including "Good Morning Baltimore," "Welcome to the '60s," "You Can't Stop the Beat" and more. Based on John Waters' cult classic film, Hairspray won eight Tony Awards in 2003 and inspired a new major motion picture. Set in 1960s Baltimore, Hairspray tells the story of Tracy Turnblad, a misfit teenager who becomes a local celebrity as a dancer on TV's Corny Collins Show. Her love of dancing leads her to become an unlikely heroine, triumphing over snotty teen queens and racial segregation, while keeping her big hair and big dreams firmly in place. Learn More
More Information About My Funny Valentine: Broadway's Greatest Love Songs
The 5th Avenue Theatre presents some of the greatest love songs ever created for Broadway. We’ll sing about new love, old love, young love, love gone awry, and love that is here to stay.
This 90-minute love-fest features some your favorite 5th Avenue singers including Shelly Burch (Tommy Tune’s Nine), Nick Garrison (Cabaret), Kirsten Helland (Oklahoma!), Brandon O’Neill (A Christmas Story), and Sarah Rudinoff (On the Town). Also appearing are Broadway special guests Mimi Hines (Funny Girl) and Kim Huber (Beauty and the Beast).
You’ll hear such songs as “Some Enchanted Evening” (South Pacific), “Maria” (West Side Story), and “Seasons of Love” (Rent), plus other classics by Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Weber, Cole Porter and more. The performers will be accompanied by a 30-piece onstage orchestra, conducted by 5th Avenue’s own Ian Eisendrath.
About the Ticket Supplier: The 5th Avenue Theatre
Since 1926, the magnificent 5th Avenue Theatre has captivated audiences with music, drama and laughter. Today, we proudly produce top-quality musical revivals, premieres of bound-for-Broadway shows, and present touring Broadway musicals. We also host a variety of special events, and offer a number of education and outreach programs to school-age children and adults.