54 Loves Cast Albums, Featuring Anita Gillette, Penny Fuller, and More!
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People love cast albums, and the audiences, performers, and staff of Feinstein's/54 Below are no exception. Join us as we offer songs from more than half a century's worth of musicals, sung by the very artists who recorded them on the albums we adore. Our company thus far includes Anita Gillette (All American, Mr. President, Kelly, Jimmy), Penny Fuller (Applause, Rex), Bill Hutton (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat), and Martin Vidnovic (Oklahoma! 1979), Robbie Rozelle (Songs From Inside My Locker), with more to come! The evening is presented in conjunction with the official launch of castalbumreviews.com, a website featuring reviews of thousands of recordings of hundreds of musicals from the dawn of the art form to the latest entries. 54 Loves Cast Albums! is produced and hosted by theater journalist Michael Portantiere, with Michael "Sheets" Lavine as musical director/pianist.
Venue: Feinstein's/54 Below
254 West 54th Street
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