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THU, SEP 22, 2016 @ 8PM - THU, JUN 8, 2017 @ 8PM
FORGOTTEN BROADWAY
BUY
FRI & SAT, NOV 18 & 19, 2016 @ 8PM
$43/$35
Join us for a cavalcade of tuneful, stirring and significant, but unexplainably forgotten musical numbers that spanned eight decades of Broadway musicals. Songs written by Rogers & Hammerstein, Cole Porter, Jule Styne, Lerner & Loewe, the Gershwins, Kurt Weill, Noel Coward and many others.
 
The evening will be interspersed with anecdotes, secrets, gossip, and factual information that will make the evening a treat for disciples as well as non-believers.
 
Starring SHELLY BURCH, BRIAN CHARLES ROONEY and the DAVID SHENTON TRIO.
 
Created and narrated by Annie creator, lyricist, and director Martin Charnin.
 

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Shelly Burch, who was born in Tucson, Arizona, and grew up in Washington D.C., came to New York City, after attending Carnegie-Mellon, and immediately landed a role on Broadway in the 1978 revival of Stop The World, I Want To Get Off with Sammy Davis Jr. She then went on to play Star-to-Be, and Lily in Annie for 804 performances on Broadway. In 1981 she left Annie to create the role of Claudia in Tommy Tune's Nine, where she introduced the Maury Yeston classic "Unusual Way," (for which she received a Drama Desk nomination). Frank Rich, then the theatre critic for The New York Times, called her "a Modigliani Goddess with a strong voice and an almost other worldly presence." Shelly was the devilish Delila on the ABCtv soap opera "One Life To Live" for 8 years, and regularly performs her one-woman entertainment at New York City's famous bistro, The Metropolitan Room. Tickets are now on sale for her next engagements, on December 1st and December 12, 2016.

ARTIST WEBSITE: http://shellyburch.org/

 
Brian Charles Rooney made his Broadway debut as Lucy Brown in The Threepenny Opera for The Roundabout Theatre Co., co-starring Alan Cumming and Cyndi Lauper, delivering a critically acclaimed performance that Entertainment Weekly said "ignited the stage." Brian appeared with Kristin Chenoweth and composer Andrew Lippa, at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in "I Am Harvey Milk," and has appeared in the Carnegie Hall Concert Production of "Guys & Dolls," starring Nathan Lane & Megan Mullally. He was a featured soloist with UK Pop legend Petula Clark on the North America Tour of "The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber." His Television credits include "Camelot, Live from Lincoln Center" and "Sondheim! The Birthday Concert," both directed by Lonny Price for PBS at Lincoln Center. Brian was recently lauded by both The New York Times and Time Out NY for his performance in the hit Off-Broadway musical, Bedbugs!!! 
 
David Shenton Trio:
David Shenton: Piano
Mark Wade: Bass
Scott Neumann: Percussion
David Shenton is an English pianist, violinist, composer, and arranger who has worked with renowned members of the music profession in all genres, including Vanessa Williams, Tony Bennett, Norm Lewis, Zach Levi, Sierra Boggess, Denyce Graves, Alfie Bøe, Renée Fleming, Sherrill Milnes, Marilyn Maye, Liz Callaway, Sir André Previn, Michael Feinstein, Amanda McBroom, Katie Couric, Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz, and at prestigious venues, in various guises, all over the world including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. 

ARTIST WEBSITE: http://www.shentonmusic.com/

 
 
 
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