Seth Rudetsky's That '70s Deconstruction Show Comes to Boston Center for the Arts
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The last date listed for Seth Rudetsky's That '70s Deconstruction Show was Wednesday May 25, 2011 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts
- Full Price:
- $52.00 - $62.00
- Our Price:
- $26.00 - $31.00
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Seth's show was hysterically funny. I laughed the entire time -- laughing so hard that I felt physically exhausted (in a good way) after I got home. Just seeing the footage of the Brady Bunch Variety Hour was in itself incredibly humorous - it's...continued
Quotes & Highlights
Seth is the_ On Broadway_ host, seven days a week, on Sirius Satellite Radio. As a pianist, Seth has played for more than a dozen Broadway shows, including Ragtime, Les Miserables and Phantom of the Opera. He was the Artistic Producer/Music Director for the first five annual Actors Fund Fall Concerts, including Dreamgirls with Audra MacDonald (recorded on Nonesuch Records) and Hair with Jennifer Hudson (recorded on Ghostlight Records, Grammy Nomination).
In 2007 he made his Broadway acting debut playing Sheldon (singing “Magic to Do” in a devastating unitard) in The Ritz directed by Joe Mantello for The Roundabout Theater. Off-Broadway, he wrote and starred in the critically acclaimed Rhapsody in Seth (directed by Peter Flynn) at the Actors Playhouse and has also appeared on TV on Law and Order C.I. and had a recurring role on All My Children.
As an author, he penned the books The Q Guide To Broadway, now in its third printing, and the recently published Broadway Nights, which was just released as an audio book on audible.com featuring Andrea Martin, Jonathan Groff and Kristin Chenoweth.
Recently, he was the vocal coach on MTV’s _Legally Blonde _reality show and he currently writes a weekly column on Playbill.com.