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Broadway by Request ™
- You Chose What Is To Be Performed!
- December 29-30, 2016 8:00 PM
- where: Palmer Events Center directions
- conductor: Peter Bay
Broadway by Request™ let YOU choose which songs you’d like the ASO to perform— from Wicked to Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera, Chicago and many more. The verdict is in and you have put together an incredible two nights of entertainment! You have chosen all the big hits from Broadway and they will be sung by some of Broadway’s biggest artists: Jennifer Hope Wills, Sean MacLaughlin, and Edward Watts.
Bring your favorite food dish and enjoy this concert in a cabaret style setting.
SEE BELOW FOR ALL THE SONGS YOU PICKED FOR THESE INCREDIBLE TWO NIGHTS OF MUSIC!
All artists, programs & dates subject to change
|Andrew Lloyd Webber Arr. Calvin Custer||THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Medley|
|Leonard Bernstein Arr. Mark Sensinger||New York, New York from ON THE TOWN|
|John Cander Arr. Eric Walton||All That Jazz from CHICAGO|
|Claude-Michel Schonberg||Bring Him Home from LES MISERABLES|
|Irvin Berlin Arr. Mark Sensinger||Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better from ANNIE GET YOUR GUN|
|Marvin Hamlisch Arr. Robert Lowden||A CHORUS LINE Medley|
|Bob Crewe, Bob Gaudio Arr. Eric Walton||Can't Take My Eyes Off You from JERSEY BOYS|
|Stephen Schwartz Arr. Eric Walton||Popular from WICKED|
|Stephen Schwartz Arr. Eric Walton||For Good from WICKED|
|Benny Anderson Arr. Chris Hughes||MAMMA MIA Medley|
|Andrew Lloyd Webber Arr. Henry Mancini||JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR Highlights|
|Jerry Bock Arr. Ryan Shirar||Sunrise, Sunset from FIDDLER ON THE ROOF|
|Bray, Russell and Willis Arr. Eric Walton||I Could've Danced All Night from MY FAIR LADY|
|Meredith Wilson||Ya Got Trouble from THE MUSIC MAN|
|Andrew Lloyd Webber Arr. Thomas Wilson||Memory from CATS|
|Andrew Lloyd Webber Arr. Rick Bassett||Phantom of the Opera from PHANTOM OF THE OPERA|
|Andrew Lloyd Webber Arr. Thomas Wilson||Music of the Night from PHANTOM OF THE OPERA|
JENNIFER HOPE WILLS
Jennifer Hope Wills has appeared on Broadway in roles including Christine in The Phantom Of The Opera for nearly four years, Eileen in Wonderful Town opposite Brooke Shields, The Woman In White and Beauty And The Beast. She also appeared as Della in A Tree Grows In Brooklyn with NY City Center’s Encores! Favorite regional credits include The Sound Of Music, My Fair Lady, Carousel, The Music Man, Aspects Of Love, Show Boat, Jekyll & Hyde and Noises Off! She has appeared in concert at Town Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Joe’s Pub, and with the Long Island Philharmonic, the Houston, Portland, Omaha and Asheville Symphonies. jenniferhopewills.com
Sean MacLaughlin recently garnered much praise across the US performing the role of Juan Peron in the successful revival of Evita. Broadway credits include Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera, Elton John’s Lestat, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman In White and Bombay Dreams. Other select NY and Regional credits include Transport Groups Productions of The Audience, Requiem for William, and Baby: in Concert; South Pacific: In Concert at Carnegie Hall; Grand Hotel, Follies and More at Signature Theatre in DC; The Sondheim Celebration: Merrily We Roll Along at the Kennedy Center; and the NY Readings of Frank Wildhorn’s Excalibur and Webber’s Sunset Boulevard.
Film includes HBO’s Something the Lord Made and Walking Shadows. www.seanmaclaughlin.com
Edward Watts was honored to recently make his New York Philharmonic debut as Steve Baker in Showboat, directly across the plaza at Lincoln Center from where he played Joe in the New York City Opera production of The Most Happy Fella. He has performed in concerts all over the U.S. and in Europe, and has toured the country in Les Misérables (Enjolras), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Adam Pontipee), The Little Mermaid (King Triton) and Beauty and the Beast (Gaston). Edward is currently starring as El Gallo in The Fantasticks at the Jerry Orbach Theater, and his other Broadway and NYC credits include Scandalous (Robert Semple/David Hutton), Finian’s Rainbow (Woody u/s), Transport (Delamare) at the Irish Rep, and It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman (Clark Kent/Superman) at New York City Center Encores! His extensive regional theater credits span from Boston to Sacramento, and Minneapolis to Dallas. Favorites include Javert in Les Misérables, Miles Gloriosus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Helen Hayes nomination), Joe Bradley in Roman Holiday, Carl Magnus in A Little Night Music and Harold Hill in The Music Man. Television credits include “The Sopranos”,“All My Children”,“Rescue Me”,“The Carrie Diaries” and every soap opera that used to film in NYC. edwardwatts.net