Sunday, May 10, 2015

Sunday Scoop Week of 5/10/15 - What's Happening This Week or Coming Up Soon

Kidzsignments Summer Sale

What: Children's Consignment Sale

Where: The Hunterdon County Fairground 
            Off Rte. 79 in Ringoes, New Jersey 

When: June 25 - June 27, 2015

This year for the first time Kidzsignments Children's Consignment Sales will be hosting a summer sale. However, unlike most Kidzsignments sales instead of being a winter or summer sale. This will be an all season sale. Therefore, you can sell clothing and shoes from any season as well as toys, books, infant gear and much more. Furniture will also be accepted. 

For more information go to http://www.kidzsignments.com/
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Children’s Museum of the Arts Launches Accessible Arts Initiative and Free Admission for All Children with Special Needs
Children's Museum of the Arts
103 Charlton Street
New York, New York

The Children’s Museum of the Arts (CMA) announces its new Art for All initiative, to promote and include the various learning styles of all children. This summer, CMA is embarking on this two-year Art for All initiative, courtesy of a Museums of America Award from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

The program will commence its pilot year enabling any child with a disability and their caregiver (i.e. parent, respite support, therapist, teacher) free admission museum during general public hours. In exchange for free admission, the Museum asks that families provide feedback to help strengthen museum-wide programs.

CMA’s Art for All initiative is aimed at making the Museum accessible for all children including those with special needs by providing professional development to its staff and collaborating with key partners, which include parent focus groups, community based organizations, and experts in accessibility. The program begins on July 1, 2015 in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

This program will enable CMA to provide professional development to encourage the Museum’s Teaching Artists to think universally when designing programs for children and to incorporate many different learning styles, in other words accommodating many different ways of looking, making and sharing. Teaching Artists will gain skills in quickly adapting their curricula for classes and public programs for children on the autism spectrum and those with physical disabilities. Visitor Services training  will expand upon the welcoming culture of CMA by preparing staffwith an understanding of the issues that children and parents of children with special needs experience when visiting a community space like CMA.

For more information go to http://cmany.org/
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Kidoodle

Kidoodle TV is age appropriate TV for kids 12 and under. Kidoodle has announced new updates to their iOS and Android Apps. 

For iOS users go  here

For Android users go  here

For more information about Kidoodle in general go to https://www.kidoodle.tv/
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Historic Philadelphia

This season marks the 10th Anniversary Season of Once Upon A Nation, where history comes to life in the places where it actually happened. In honor of this anniversary there will be:

 New free opportunities to meet Ben Franklin
10 new stories being told on the Storytelling Benches
Future Storytellers Contest 

These are just a few of the special celebrations being planned. 

For more information go to http://www.historicphiladelphia.org/
More information will also  follow in future posts.
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Upcoming Events at the Camden Riversharks
Campbell's Field 
401 N. Delaware Avenue
Camden, NJ

 Horizon Beam Awareness Night

The Riversharks will hold a BEAM Awareness Night presented by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey on Thursday, May 14th at 7:05pm.  

With an estimated 300,000 New Jersey children diagnosed  with asthma and  subject to its potentially dangerous health effects, the Horizon Foundation of New Jersey has created a state-wide program – BEAM (Breathe Easier with Asthma Management) -  to improve awareness, education and treatment of asthma. The program is being funded through a $500,000 foundation grant to the Boys & Girls Clubs in New Jersey (BGCNJ), which is implementing BEAM throughout the state.

Join the Riversharks as representatives from Horizon, the BGCNJ, and others help raise awareness for something that so many people are affected by. Click HERE to buy your tickets. Don't forget this is the first ThriftyThursday of the year! Purchase your tickets at the Campbell's Field Box Office to receive a buy one, get one ticket half off deal.

Sports and Entertainment Career Night

The Camden Riversharks will host a Sport and Entertainment Career Fair on Tuesday, May 19th, prior to the 7:05pm game.  The career fair will run from 3:30pm to 5:30pm, and participating organizations including the Philadelphia Soul, the Philadelphia Union, the Delaware 87ers, Comcast-Spectacor, and more, will showcase potential full-time, part-time, seasonal, co-op, and internship opportunities.  

Tickets for this event are $15, and include entrance into the career fair, a 200-level ticket to our 7:05pm game against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, and a food voucher for a hot dog, a bottle of water, and a bag of chips.

To purchase tickets, CLICK HERE, and enter the code 'careerfair'.

For more information, click HERE.  Please contact Caitlin Graham at cgraham@riversharks.com or at 856-583-0039 with any questions. 
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iPlay America Announce Summer Hours

On May 25, 2015, iPlay America  will start operating on its new summer schedule. From that date through September 7, it will be opening at 10am. They will also offer $5.00 off a regularly priced ride pass all summer long. 

For further information go to http://www.iplayamerica.com/.  The $5.00 coupon will be available for download  on the web-site starting on May 27.
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News From O&M Co.

THE MARVEL EXPERIENCE

A FULLY IMMERSED ACTION ADVENTURE THAT IS 100% HANDS ON AND FUN FOR ALL AGES

MARVEL SUPER HEROES TO OVERTAKE
PHILADELPHIA, CHICAGO, NEW YORK CITY AND ST. LOUIS THIS SUMMER!

“THE MARVEL EXPERIENCE” ANNOUNCES NEW DATES
FOR ITS 2015 SUMMER TOUR

First-of-its-kind Attraction Will Open in Philadelphia, PA
At Lincoln Financial Field on Friday, June 19, followed by limited 3-week engagements in Chicago, New York City and St. Louis

The Marvel Experience – North American Dates

·         Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field: Fri. June 19 to Sun. July 5
·         Chicago, IL @ McCormick Place: Sat. July 11 to Sunday Aug. 2
·         New York, NY @ The Park Avenue Armory: Thurs. Aug 13 to Sun. Aug. 30
·         St. Louis, MO @ America’s Center Convention Complex: Sat. Sept.5 to Sun. Sept. 20

For more information go to www.themarvelexperiencetour.com
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New York Stage and Vassar College Announce Powerhouse Season

Mainstage Productions:

THE UNBUILT CITY | July 1 – July 12
               By Keith Bunin
               Directed by Sean Mathias
                                
On a cold afternoon in February, Jonah knocks on the door of a townhouse in Brooklyn Heights. He’s come to persuade Claudia to sell her famously secret art collection to a university archive. Instead she turns the tables and reveals to him a series of mysteries about the nature of love, legacy and the untold history of the city. 

Keith Bunin (The Busy World is Hushed, The Credeaux Canvas, Sam Bendrix…) returns to Powerhouse with this world premiere directed by Tony Award nominee Sean Mathias (Indiscretions, Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land).  
                 

THE LIGHT YEARS | July 23 – August 2

              Written by Hannah Bos and Paul Thureen
               Developed and Directed by Oliver Butler
               Made by The Debate Society
                                  
The award-winning play-making company The Debate Society (Jacuzzi, Buddy Cop 2, Blood Play) crafts a haunted love story spanning 40 years. Set at the Chicago World’s Fairs of 1893 and 1933, The Light Years revolves around Steele MacKaye, a forgotten visionary theatrical impresario commissioned to design and build the Spectatorium, a 12,000 seat theater at the 1893 fair. His audacious vision – and its life-changing consequences – paint a spectacularly vivid world of forgotten futures and the indomitable spirit of invention.


Musical Workshops:

RAIN | July 10 – 12

Book by Sybille Pearson
Music and Lyrics by Michael John LaChiusa
Based on the short story by Somerset Maugham
Directed by Barry Edelstein

1924. Two married couples find themselves quarantined on a small island in the South Pacific during a torrential storm. Enter Sadie Thompson, a woman with a dark past and a bottle of good whiskey. Secrets are revealed and sexual tensions ignite and explode in this new musical adaptation of the classic Somerset Maugham story. 

From five-time Tony-nominated composer and lyricist Michael John LaChiusa (Giant, The Wild Party, Marie Christine), Tony-nominated writer Sybille Pearson (Baby, Giant) and director Barry Edelstein (Nathan Englander’s The Twenty-Seventh Man, Steve Martin’s The Underpants).

LOVING V. VIRGINIA | July 17 – 19

Book and lyrics by Marcus Gardley
Music composition by Justin Ellington
Direction and additional lyrics by Patricia McGregor
Conceived by Patricia McGregor

A soulful, period musical set in the early days of the civil rights movement. In 1958, Mildred and Richard Loving, a black woman and white man, married in Central Point, Virginia, violating their state’s laws against miscegenation. Their Romeo and Juliet love story ignited a firestorm in their communities, and sparked a landmark Supreme Court case. Their love -- and their fight – paved the way for future generations to seek equality. 

From the award-winning team of Marcus Gardley (The House That Will Not Stand, EveryTongue
Confess), Justin Ellington (The Seven, Stagger Lee), and Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village)

NOIR | July 31 – August 2

Music by Duncan Sheik
Book by Kyle Jarrow
Lyrics by Kyle Jarrow and Duncan Sheik
Directed by Rachel Chavkin

A heartbroken man never leaves his apartment, consoled only by the music on the radio. Through the thin walls, he hears almost every word of the couple next door—and before long, his eavesdropping becomes an obsession. Soon he finds himself drawn into a web of lust, lies, deceit and danger.

Tony and Grammy Award-winning composer Duncan Sheik (Spring Awakening, American Psycho) collaborates with Kyle Jarrow (Whisper House, A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant) and Rachel Chavkin (Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812) on this lush and mysterious new musical inspired by radio plays and classic film noir.


Inside Look Play Workshops:

DESIRE | July 2 – 5

SIX NEW PLAYS BASED ON STORIES BY TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
by Elizabeth Egloff, Marcus Gardley, Rebecca Gilman, David Grimm, John Guare, and Beth Henley Directed by Michael Wilson

Six of our best contemporary playwrights collaborate in a unique evening of short plays, inspired by a master American storyteller.  Many of Williams’s stories were early sketches for his celebrated plays, and capture the same roiling emotions of people at life's turning points, clinging to love to salve their lost innocence or their shadowy loneliness.   Celebrated director Michael Wilson (The Orphans Home Cycle, Broadway's The Trip to Bountiful) returns to Powerhouse where his prior work includes Mother of Invention, Mr. Melancholy andServicemen.

THE LAST MATCH | July 17 - 19

Written by Anna Ziegler
Directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch

The semifinals of the U.S. Open are underway. Sergei Sergeyev, an up-and-coming Russian phenom, and Tim Porter, a great American superstar in the twilight of his career, do battle under the lights on center court. As the intense, back-and-forth action unfolds, Anna Ziegler (Photograph 51, BFF) and Gaye Taylor Upchurch (Bethany, Simon Stephens’ Bluebird) take us inside the minds of these two extraordinary players to contemplate athleticism, masculinity and marriage. And by match point, much more has been won and lost than a game of tennis.


Reading Festival #1 | June 26 - 28

Junk by Ayad Akhtar, directed by Doug Hughes

a boy put this girl in a cage with a dog and the dog killed the girl by Clare Barron

The Dizzy Little Dance Of Russell DiFinaldi by Stephen Belber

The Profane by Zayd Dohrn

15 Minutes Book by Rick Elice, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Trask & Peter Yanowitz, directed by
Trip Cullman

Reading Festival #2 | July 31 – August 2

The Brother(s) by Colman Domingo

Open Road Music and lyrics by Paul Scott GoodmanBook by Paul Scott Goodman & Joseph Hendel

Talk To Me Of Love by Meghan Kennedy

White Noise, White Light by Nicky Silver

Plus additional projects to be announced soon.


The season also includes productions by participants in the noted Powerhouse Theater Training Program. Young actors, playwrights, and directors from around the country and internationally, along with an exceptional faculty of artists, comprise an important component of the Powerhouse artistic community.
Mainstage Productions:

THE UNBUILT CITY | July 1 – July 12
               By Keith Bunin
               Directed by Sean Mathias
                                
On a cold afternoon in February, Jonah knocks on the door of a townhouse in Brooklyn Heights. He’s come to persuade Claudia to sell her famously secret art collection to a university archive. Instead she turns the tables and reveals to him a series of mysteries about the nature of love, legacy and the untold history of the city. 

Keith Bunin (The Busy World is Hushed, The Credeaux Canvas, Sam Bendrix…) returns to Powerhouse with this world premiere directed by Tony Award nominee Sean Mathias (Indiscretions, Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land).  
                 

THE LIGHT YEARS | July 23 – August 2

              Written by Hannah Bos and Paul Thureen
               Developed and Directed by Oliver Butler
               Made by The Debate Society
                                  
The award-winning play-making company The Debate Society (Jacuzzi, Buddy Cop 2, Blood Play) crafts a haunted love story spanning 40 years. Set at the Chicago World’s Fairs of 1893 and 1933, The Light Years revolves around Steele MacKaye, a forgotten visionary theatrical impresario commissioned to design and build the Spectatorium, a 12,000 seat theater at the 1893 fair. His audacious vision – and its life-changing consequences – paint a spectacularly vivid world of forgotten futures and the indomitable spirit of invention.


Musical Workshops:

RAIN | July 10 – 12

Book by Sybille Pearson
Music and Lyrics by Michael John LaChiusa
Based on the short story by Somerset Maugham
Directed by Barry Edelstein

1924. Two married couples find themselves quarantined on a small island in the South Pacific during a torrential storm. Enter Sadie Thompson, a woman with a dark past and a bottle of good whiskey. Secrets are revealed and sexual tensions ignite and explode in this new musical adaptation of the classic Somerset Maugham story. 

From five-time Tony-nominated composer and lyricist Michael John LaChiusa (Giant, The Wild Party, Marie Christine), Tony-nominated writer Sybille Pearson (Baby, Giant) and director Barry Edelstein (Nathan Englander’s The Twenty-Seventh Man, Steve Martin’s The Underpants).

LOVING V. VIRGINIA | July 17 – 19

Book and lyrics by Marcus Gardley
Music composition by Justin Ellington
Direction and additional lyrics by Patricia McGregor
Conceived by Patricia McGregor

A soulful, period musical set in the early days of the civil rights movement. In 1958, Mildred and Richard Loving, a black woman and white man, married in Central Point, Virginia, violating their state’s laws against miscegenation. Their Romeo and Juliet love story ignited a firestorm in their communities, and sparked a landmark Supreme Court case. Their love -- and their fight – paved the way for future generations to seek equality. 

From the award-winning team of Marcus Gardley (The House That Will Not Stand, EveryTongue
Confess), Justin Ellington (The Seven, Stagger Lee), and Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village)

NOIR | July 31 – August 2

Music by Duncan Sheik
Book by Kyle Jarrow
Lyrics by Kyle Jarrow and Duncan Sheik
Directed by Rachel Chavkin

A heartbroken man never leaves his apartment, consoled only by the music on the radio. Through the thin walls, he hears almost every word of the couple next door—and before long, his eavesdropping becomes an obsession. Soon he finds himself drawn into a web of lust, lies, deceit and danger.

Tony and Grammy Award-winning composer Duncan Sheik (Spring Awakening, American Psycho) collaborates with Kyle Jarrow (Whisper House, A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant) and Rachel Chavkin (Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812) on this lush and mysterious new musical inspired by radio plays and classic film noir.


Inside Look Play Workshops:

DESIRE | July 2 – 5

SIX NEW PLAYS BASED ON STORIES BY TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
by Elizabeth Egloff, Marcus Gardley, Rebecca Gilman, David Grimm, John Guare, and Beth Henley Directed by Michael Wilson

Six of our best contemporary playwrights collaborate in a unique evening of short plays, inspired by a master American storyteller.  Many of Williams’s stories were early sketches for his celebrated plays, and capture the same roiling emotions of people at life's turning points, clinging to love to salve their lost innocence or their shadowy loneliness.   Celebrated director Michael Wilson (The Orphans Home Cycle, Broadway's The Trip to Bountiful) returns to Powerhouse where his prior work includes Mother of Invention, Mr. Melancholy andServicemen.

THE LAST MATCH | July 17 - 19

Written by Anna Ziegler
Directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch

The semifinals of the U.S. Open are underway. Sergei Sergeyev, an up-and-coming Russian phenom, and Tim Porter, a great American superstar in the twilight of his career, do battle under the lights on center court. As the intense, back-and-forth action unfolds, Anna Ziegler (Photograph 51, BFF) and Gaye Taylor Upchurch (Bethany, Simon Stephens’ Bluebird) take us inside the minds of these two extraordinary players to contemplate athleticism, masculinity and marriage. And by match point, much more has been won and lost than a game of tennis.


Reading Festival #1 | June 26 - 28

Junk by Ayad Akhtar, directed by Doug Hughes

a boy put this girl in a cage with a dog and the dog killed the girl by Clare Barron

The Dizzy Little Dance Of Russell DiFinaldi by Stephen Belber

The Profane by Zayd Dohrn

15 Minutes Book by Rick Elice, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Trask & Peter Yanowitz, directed by
Trip Cullman

Reading Festival #2 | July 31 – August 2

The Brother(s) by Colman Domingo

Open Road Music and lyrics by Paul Scott GoodmanBook by Paul Scott Goodman & Joseph Hendel

Talk To Me Of Love by Meghan Kennedy

White Noise, White Light by Nicky Silver

Plus additional projects to be announced soon.


The season also includes productions by participants in the noted Powerhouse Theater Training Program. Young actors, playwrights, and directors from around the country and internationally, along with an exceptional faculty of artists, comprise an important component of the Powerhouse artistic community.Mainstage Productions:

THE UNBUILT CITY | July 1 – July 12
               By Keith Bunin
               Directed by Sean Mathias
                                
On a cold afternoon in February, Jonah knocks on the door of a townhouse in Brooklyn Heights. He’s come to persuade Claudia to sell her famously secret art collection to a university archive. Instead she turns the tables and reveals to him a series of mysteries about the nature of love, legacy and the untold history of the city. 

Keith Bunin (The Busy World is Hushed, The Credeaux Canvas, Sam Bendrix…) returns to Powerhouse with this world premiere directed by Tony Award nominee Sean Mathias (Indiscretions, Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land).  
                 

THE LIGHT YEARS | July 23 – August 2

              Written by Hannah Bos and Paul Thureen
               Developed and Directed by Oliver Butler
               Made by The Debate Society
                                  
The award-winning play-making company The Debate Society (Jacuzzi, Buddy Cop 2, Blood Play) crafts a haunted love story spanning 40 years. Set at the Chicago World’s Fairs of 1893 and 1933, The Light Years revolves around Steele MacKaye, a forgotten visionary theatrical impresario commissioned to design and build the Spectatorium, a 12,000 seat theater at the 1893 fair. His audacious vision – and its life-changing consequences – paint a spectacularly vivid world of forgotten futures and the indomitable spirit of invention.


Musical Workshops:

RAIN | July 10 – 12

Book by Sybille Pearson
Music and Lyrics by Michael John LaChiusa
Based on the short story by Somerset Maugham
Directed by Barry Edelstein

1924. Two married couples find themselves quarantined on a small island in the South Pacific during a torrential storm. Enter Sadie Thompson, a woman with a dark past and a bottle of good whiskey. Secrets are revealed and sexual tensions ignite and explode in this new musical adaptation of the classic Somerset Maugham story. 

From five-time Tony-nominated composer and lyricist Michael John LaChiusa (Giant, The Wild Party, Marie Christine), Tony-nominated writer Sybille Pearson (Baby, Giant) and director Barry Edelstein (Nathan Englander’s The Twenty-Seventh Man, Steve Martin’s The Underpants).

LOVING V. VIRGINIA | July 17 – 19

Book and lyrics by Marcus Gardley
Music composition by Justin Ellington
Direction and additional lyrics by Patricia McGregor
Conceived by Patricia McGregor

A soulful, period musical set in the early days of the civil rights movement. In 1958, Mildred and Richard Loving, a black woman and white man, married in Central Point, Virginia, violating their state’s laws against miscegenation. Their Romeo and Juliet love story ignited a firestorm in their communities, and sparked a landmark Supreme Court case. Their love -- and their fight – paved the way for future generations to seek equality. 

From the award-winning team of Marcus Gardley (The House That Will Not Stand, EveryTongue
Confess), Justin Ellington (The Seven, Stagger Lee), and Patricia McGregor (Hurt Village)

NOIR | July 31 – August 2

Music by Duncan Sheik
Book by Kyle Jarrow
Lyrics by Kyle Jarrow and Duncan Sheik
Directed by Rachel Chavkin

A heartbroken man never leaves his apartment, consoled only by the music on the radio. Through the thin walls, he hears almost every word of the couple next door—and before long, his eavesdropping becomes an obsession. Soon he finds himself drawn into a web of lust, lies, deceit and danger.

Tony and Grammy Award-winning composer Duncan Sheik (Spring Awakening, American Psycho) collaborates with Kyle Jarrow (Whisper House, A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant) and Rachel Chavkin (Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812) on this lush and mysterious new musical inspired by radio plays and classic film noir.


Inside Look Play Workshops:

DESIRE | July 2 – 5

SIX NEW PLAYS BASED ON STORIES BY TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
by Elizabeth Egloff, Marcus Gardley, Rebecca Gilman, David Grimm, John Guare, and Beth Henley Directed by Michael Wilson

Six of our best contemporary playwrights collaborate in a unique evening of short plays, inspired by a master American storyteller.  Many of Williams’s stories were early sketches for his celebrated plays, and capture the same roiling emotions of people at life's turning points, clinging to love to salve their lost innocence or their shadowy loneliness.   Celebrated director Michael Wilson (The Orphans Home Cycle, Broadway's The Trip to Bountiful) returns to Powerhouse where his prior work includes Mother of Invention, Mr. Melancholy andServicemen.

THE LAST MATCH | July 17 - 19

Written by Anna Ziegler
Directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch

The semifinals of the U.S. Open are underway. Sergei Sergeyev, an up-and-coming Russian phenom, and Tim Porter, a great American superstar in the twilight of his career, do battle under the lights on center court. As the intense, back-and-forth action unfolds, Anna Ziegler (Photograph 51, BFF) and Gaye Taylor Upchurch (Bethany, Simon Stephens’ Bluebird) take us inside the minds of these two extraordinary players to contemplate athleticism, masculinity and marriage. And by match point, much more has been won and lost than a game of tennis.


Reading Festival #1 | June 26 - 28

Junk by Ayad Akhtar, directed by Doug Hughes

a boy put this girl in a cage with a dog and the dog killed the girl by Clare Barron

The Dizzy Little Dance Of Russell DiFinaldi by Stephen Belber

The Profane by Zayd Dohrn

15 Minutes Book by Rick Elice, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Trask & Peter Yanowitz, directed by
Trip Cullman

Reading Festival #2 | July 31 – August 2

The Brother(s) by Colman Domingo

Open Road Music and lyrics by Paul Scott GoodmanBook by Paul Scott Goodman & Joseph Hendel

Talk To Me Of Love by Meghan Kennedy

White Noise, White Light by Nicky Silver

Plus additional projects to be announced soon.


The season also includes productions by participants in the noted Powerhouse Theater Training Program. Young actors, playwrights, and directors from around the country and internationally, along with an exceptional faculty of artists, comprise an important component of the Powerhouse artistic community.
Subscriptions will be available online May 12, and single tickets will go on sale online May 26. For additional information and a full schedule of events, visit:powerhouse.vassar.edu 


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The Midtown Men, the vocal group comprised of four stars from the Original Broadway Cast of Jersey Boys, will have their long awaited New York City Homecoming concert on June 20th, 2015 at New York’s famed Beacon Theatre (2124 Broadway, NYC).  After performing nearly 400 concerts across North America, the group’s leading men, Tony Award-winner Christian HoffMichael LongoriaDaniel Reichard, and Tony Award-nominee J. Robert Spencer will sing their celebrated arrangements of the greatest hits of the 1960s at the Beacon, their final show of this year’s tour.
For more information go to www.themidtownmen.com
To order tickets visit www.ticketmaster.com or by call 1-800-745-3000
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