The Big Broadway Sing-Along
Tuesday, June 10, 7:30 pm
Tickets: $20, $15 Discounted
Back by popular demand! Sing along to your favorite show tunes from Jewish Broadway (aka Broadway)—from Rodgers & Hammerstein and the Gershwins, to Kander & Ebb, Schwartz, Sondheim and more. An all-new team of professional performers will lead the singing at our baby grand. Plus, we’ll provide the lyrics, so you can just “Sing out, Louise!"
Howard Breitbart (Musical Director) has worked with the Capitol Steps for over 20 years. He was the musical director for Caroline Or Change at Studio Theater (Helen Hayes Nominee), The Last Five Years at Metro Stage and several productions of Broadway Christmas Carol at Metro Stage and Round House Theater. He has also worked on several of the cabarets at Signature Theater including many of the "Lost Songs" series; and various concerts featuring the great musical theater composers at Everyman Theater in Baltimore.
Delores King Williams (Performer) has performed in musicals, plays, cabarets, commercials, concerts, and video productions. Performance highlights include international appearances at the North Sea, Montreux, and Vienne Jazz Festivals, concert tours of India , Egypt, Russia, Kenya, performances at the White House and Carnegie Hall and an Australian tour of Porgy and Bess with the Washington National Opera. Currently, she’s thrilled to tour with the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra in A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald and to continue as a performer with the Capitol Steps musical political satire group and she is looking forward to the New York City debut of her cabaret, I’m a WOMAN! The Unbelievable Life and Music of Miss Peggy Lee.
Brad Van Grack (Performer) has been a longtime member of the nationally known political satire group the Capitol Steps for the last twenty years. As a singer, comedian, writer and director he has done over 2,000 performances in all 50 states as well as overseas. He has portrayed two presidents, for the actual Presidents (!) and he's happy to say those gigs did not prompt any IRS audits. He was named Best Featured Actor in a musical Off-Broadway by Playbill online and his favorite venues include Harrah's Atlantic City, Town Hall in NYC, the Smithsonian, and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. He has also appeared on TV, commercials and film. Most recently he directed Laughter on the 23rd Floor at the Ocean State Theater Company.