Lindsay Mendez ('Wicked,' 'Godspell,' 'Grease') and LaChanze ('The Color Purple') are joining Norm Lewis ('Phantom of the Opera'), Adam Pascal ('RENT,' 'Aida') and a wealth of other talent for the Inspirational Broadway. The special one night only all star benefit takes place next monday at the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill.
It is a great time to be an Adam Pascal fan, or just to be Adam Pascal himself. Pascal is current gearing up for a starring role in Seth Rudetsky’s 'Disaster! on Broadway.' That is not all. Pascal is joining Norm Lewis and some other big names in a one night charity concert with the Broadway Inspirational Choir. Meanwhile, fans of Pascal’s earlier work will be happy to know that 'RENT' is going on tour later this year to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Former 'Phantom of the Opera' lead and Tony Award nominee Norm Lewis is joining Broadway Inspirational Voices choir for a special one night only concert Special guest include some of big names like 'Kinky Boots' lead Billy Porter, 'Hamilton’s' Renee Elise Goldsberry, 'Rent’s' Adam Pascal, and many, many more.
Renee Elise Goldsberry is hitting the heights thanks to her role as Angelica Schuyler in Lin-Manuel Miranda's hit musical 'Hamilton'. Now, Goldsberry is taking the stage alongside former 'Phantom of the Opera' actor Norm Lewis, 'Rent’s' Adam Pascal, 'Kinky Boots’' own Billy Porter and many others for a one night only concert with The Broadway Inspirational Choir.
Soprano sweetheart Renée Fleming will be hosting "American Voices," a performance documentary that celebrates the best in American signing, on Thirteen’s "Great Performances" series. The 90-minute performance documentary offers an overview of the Kennedy Center's weekend-long American Voices festival, created and hosted by Renée Fleming in November 2013. This year's festival features stars and musicians from an array of different backgrounds, including Sara Bareilles, Kim Burrell, Kurt Elling, Ben Folds, Sutton Foster, Josh Groban, Alison Krauss, Norm Lewis, Eric Owens and Dianne Reeves. This event comes on the heels of Fleming’s performance of "Silver Bells" with Kelli O’Hara, which some felt fell flat of Fleming's normal performances, a mixed review of her rendition of the national anthem at Super Bowl XLVIII and an interesting interaction with Kiss at this year’s Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Despite the criticism, Fleming moves along with "American Voices," which allows camera crews to follow vocal masters, industry titans and emerging artist as they gather at the Kennedy Center to celebrate, explore and debate the legacy, landscape and future of American singing. The documentary will feature highlights from the festival's unique performances and educational events. Also featured are performances from the festival’s concert finale with Josh Groban, Sara Bareilles, Kurt Elling and Norm Lewis backed by the National Symphony Orchestra led by NSO Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke.
The singer, actress, talk show host and former child star will be the first African-American to play the 'Cinderella' title role in the Broadway musical.
Billy Crystal has quite the hosting resume. And to add to his various accolades, he will take on Jazz at Lincoln Center's latest Love, Loss & Laughter: The Story of Jazz. Even better? The event will receive a live (and free) simulcast from JALC, happening Thursday, May 1 at 7 p.m. EST.
Manhattan Concert Productions present a musical Ragtime in a unique concert performance at Lincoln Center, for one night only, February 18, 2013, featuring Tyne Daly, Norm Lewis, Lea Salonga.