This April 1956 photo shows composer Frederick Loewe, composer, left, and lyricist Alan Jay Lerner. \'Brigadoon,\' the Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe musical about a Scottish village that reawakens once every 100 years, has postponed its Broadway opening. The production, directed and choreographed by Rob Ashford, was to have opened in New York next spring, after a tryout engagement this fall in Boston. A revised schedule for \'Brigadoon\' will be announced at a later date, the producers said.All Broadway Music! All Broadway Stars! All Weekend Long! October 17-19, 2008

NEW YORK (RUSHPRNEWS) AUGUST 7, 2008–Experience an extravaganza of Broadway talent in three extraordinary cabaret concerts over one unforgettable weekend. From classic favorites to contemporary Broadway, from our newest stars to our venerated icons, this is the Festival New York theatre fans wait all season for. Subscribe now! You’ll not only have the best deal, you’ll also have the best seats in the house! See upcoming season for more details. The series is created, written, and hosted especially for The Town Hall by Scott Siegel.
Friday, October 17 at 8 pm

Brent Barrett, Jim Caruso, Alexander Gemignani, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Sarah Jane McMahon, Daniel Riechard, Max von Essen and more will convene to honor the dynamic duo ofAlan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe. Vienna-born composer, Loewe, and lyricist-playwright, Lerner, met in 1942. Had they not, BRIGADOON would never have materialized from the Scottish mists to make the world feel Almost Like Being in Love … MY FAIR LADY would still be a less than lyrical English girl from Shaw’s PYGMALION … we might never have thought to Thank Heaven for Little Girls like GIGI …CAMELOT would have stayed within the pages of Arthurian legend, and no one would have been there to PAINT YOUR WAGON.
Saturday, October 18 at 8 pm
Les Miserables original Jean Valjean COLM WILKINSON

The Irish actor and singer, who achieved international fame when he created the role of Jean Valjean in the hit musical, LES MISERABLES, and spent years on the stage mesmerizing audiences as the Phantom in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, will perform for one-night only. The show features Broadway blockbusters like Music of the Night, Bring Him Home, The Impossible Dream, Hello Young Lovers, Some Enchanted Evening as well as Irish Classics and Popular Standards.
Sunday, October 19 at 3 pm
American Theatre Web calls it, “A rare opportunity to savor nearly sixty years of Broadway history.” Don’t miss this unforgettable afternoon of songs and memories featuring a dazzling array of performers reprising songs they introduced either in the original Broadway production or revival. Witness the performances — and the performers — that have lit up the Great White Way these past 60 years. Experience the performances the original audiences saw, or if you were lucky enough to see them the first time, you can relive them. Featuring over twenty Broadway stars including Lucie Arnaz (THEY’RE PLAYING OUR SONG), Stephen Mo Hanan (CATS), Karen Morrow (I HAD A BALL), Julia Murney (LENNON) and Pam Myers (COMPANY).

Tickets $55. See all three for $150!

You can purchase tickets by clicking here to get a printable mail order form.

Tickets are also available after Sept 4th at The Town Hall Box Office

123 W. 43rd St, NYC (open 12-6pm Mon-Sat).

And on or by phone 212.307.4100 now.
All program casts are subject to change.

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