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UNDER THE MISTLETOE

Need a little music? Need a little laughter? Need a little singing, ringing through the rafter?

Join us for this toe-tapping holiday celebration of mistletoe and madness from the producer of The Philhallmonics.

Added performance by popular demand!
December 20th @ 1pm & 4pm
Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter Auditorium
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (enter on Amsterdam Ave, btwn 64th & 65th St)
FREE ADMISSION
courtesy of the Library of the Performing Arts
arrive early for best seating! first come, first seated!

Visit lincolncenter.org for more information.

MAN WITH THE BAG! – Lincoln Center’s Sing-iest, Swing-iest Holiday Show


Join The Philhallmonics swingin’ and singin’ their way through holiday favorites in MAN WITH THE BAG! Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, Santa’s got something in his bag that’s sure to delight. In addition to innovative stylings of holiday standards, you find Shirley and Gladys, the two ladies who sang “Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairies” in last year’s show conspire to establish themselves as indispensable members of The Philhallmonics, and will do whatever it takes to do so. A three-piece band punctuates the proceedings as this bevy of beauties strut their stuff. The big man himself makes an appearance in the final number–in and OUT of his Santa suit!

Added performance by popular demand!
Saturday, December 7th @ 1pm & 4pm
Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter Auditorium
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (enter on Amsterdam Ave, btwn 64th & 65th St)
FREE ADMISSION
arrive early for best seating! first come, first seated!

The PhilHallmonics present MAN WITH THE BAG!

The Lusty Month of May at Lincoln Center


The PhilHallmonics to Present THE LUSTY MONTH OF MAY at Lincoln Center

Join us for The Lusty Month of May, a musical theater performance by The PhilHallmonics of songs celebrating the time reawakening of sex, love and desire at Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter Auditorium, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY (at 65th Street and Amsterdam Avenue) on Monday, May 13th, 2013 at 6:00 PM.

The Lusty Month Of May features songs of passion from America’s great songwriters including Stephen SondheimHarold Arlen and Vernon Duke. You’ll enjoy favorites such as “Don’t Rain On My Parade,” “It’s A Good Day,” “The Kind Of Man A Woman Needs,” and a delicious rendition of “Triplets” made famous in the film Bandwagon. The PhilHallmonics, led by Broadway conductor and composer Phil Hall, showcases professional Broadway, cabaret and classical singers including Karen Arlington, Lynette Baiocco, Mary Lou Barber, Mandy Brown, Dolly Ellen Friedman, Lenore Fuerstman, Alyson Reim, Diana Silva, Laurie Sondermeyer, and Becca Yuré under the staging direction of Broadway choreographer Sharon Halley.

The Lusty Month Of May is a free concert with tickets distributed on a first-come basis. Because The PhilHallmonics’ performances sell out quickly, it is strongly advised to be in line at least an hour prior to the performance time.

THE PHILHALLMONICS Under the leadership of Phil Hall, The PhilHallmonics is a group of intergenerational women who sing so others can soar. Whether they are performing for corporate events and donating part of their fee to a favorite charity or providing their talents to raise money and awareness for humanitarian causes they sing to send a message: it is never too late to follow your passion and, by doing so, find fulfillment and help others. The PhilHallmonics’ ensemble of alluring singers and dancers will inspire you with their rich feminine energy and dynamic performances.

Phil Hall (Musical Director/Vocal Arranger) On Broadway, he conducted Play Me A Country Song and was associate conductor for the Broadway revival of Mame, which starred Angela Lansbury. He conducted the third national tour of Cats. He musically directed Side By Side By Sondheim at Michigan Opera Theatre with Nancy Dussault and Ron Raines. He conducted The Wizard Of Oz which starred Phyllis Diller as the Wicked Witch at St. Louis’s MUNY. Hall conducted the premiere of The Prince Of Central Park, which starred Nanette Fabray. Other musical directing credits include Some Enchanted Evening at Kennedy Center. He appeared on stage in Paper Mill’s 1989 spring production of Show Boat, which aired on PBS’ Great Performances series, playing the role of Jake who accompanies Julie for the song “Bill.” Hall appeared in the Mira Sorvino-produced film, Lisa Picard Is Famous as a vocal coach/pianist.?He composed the score for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, which was produced at Paper Mill Playhouse (1998). Santa Barbara Civic Light Opera, Kansas City Starlight Theatre and North Shore Music Theatre. He vocally arranged SophisticatEd Ellington, a concert of Duke Ellington‘s music, which was presented at Carnegie Hall by Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra in March of 1999. Hall’s first play with music, Matthew Passion, was produced at the American Theatre of Actors’ Chernuchin Theatre in New York City, during the Easter season, 2007.

Sharon Halley began her career at the world-renowned St. Louis MUNY as a dancer. Turning to choreography, she staged the original New York production of Jerry’s Girls and the national tour with Carol ChanningLeslie Uggams and Andrea McArdle. Other New York credits include The New Moon, The Desert Song, The Merry Widow (all at New York City Opera) and Elizabeth and Essex, starring Estelle Parsons. She choreographed the national tour of Carousel (with Rex Smith) and has staged numerous productions at some of the country’s finest theatres, including Paper Mill Playhouse, Light Opera Theatre of Sacramento, Kansas City Starlight, Theatre Under the Stars, Fifth Avenue TheatreMcCarter Theatre, and the Walnut Street Theater. Also, Halley staged the world premiere of the Rick Hawkins‘ Musical Lunch. PBS filmed her productions of Show Boat, The Merry Widow and The New Moon for Great Performances.

Read more about The PhilHallmonics to Present THE LUSTY MONTH OF MAY at Lincoln Center, 5/13 Page 2 by broadwayworld.com

 

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