Tony winner Lillias White and Sirius XM host and Playbill columnist Seth Rudetsky will perform in concert November 30 at 8 PM in Quincy, Massachusetts. The performance is held at United First Parish Church, also known as The Church of Presidents.
The pair will perform with high school and college students in the Rising Stars program by JM Productions. Proceeds from the concert will benefit Y2Y, a homeless shelter in Harvard Square for young people ages 18–24.
The performance is the official finale performance of Fair Saturday, a cultural festival celebrating arts and culture in support of social issues that takes place in a growing number of cities across the world. Quincy is the first official U.S. city to participate and partner with the program that originated in Bilbao, Spain.
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“Equally important, the 32-member ensemble consists of a cadre of talented vocalists who, along with Musical Director Steve Bass and a virtuosic 15-piece orchestra, know how to deliver Brooks' musical numbers, orchestrated by Jerilyn Sykes.” - Nancy Grossman, BroadwayWorld.com
"What best underpins “Paragon Park: The Musical,” though, are the terrific songs by Brooks, whose impressive score, showcasing his aptitude for both pathos and humor, is well-played by a 15-piece pit band led by musical director Steve Bass." - R. Scott Reedy, The Patriot Ledger
"Music director Steve Bass and his 14-piece orchestra give full voice to the score." Rich Fahey, OnBostonStages.com
Riverside Theatre Works' production of All Shook Up was recently nominated for three Eastern Massachusetts Community Theatre DASH Awards. Jeff Mitchell won the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for his role as Dennis, while Tessa Newell was nominated for Best Leading Actress in a Musical for her role of Natalie
and Dustin Todd Rennells was nominated for best costume design.
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