This Week on Broadway for October 16, 2011: Melissa Errico



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Melissa Errico
Melissa Errico is one of the most versatile women to have come out of this Broadway’s young generation, proving herself both a great interpreter of classic musicals and modern music alike, as well as a gifted recording artist and film/television presence. She has released two major solo cds: Blue Like That (EMI) and Lullabies and Wildflowers (VMG/Universal) as well as starred in seven Broadway musicals: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Dracula, the Musical, Amour, High Society, My Fair Lady, Anna Karenina, Les Miserables
Her new CD, Legrand Affair will be released Oct 18 on Sh-K-Boom
PF, MP: Man and Boy
Man and Boy Starring Frank Langella Opens on Broadway – Review Roundup
Terence Rattigan’s Man and Boy first opened on Broadway in November of 1963 at the Brooks Atkinson where it played just 54 performances. Roundabout Theatre Company produces the first revival of Rattigan…
PF, MP: The Mountaintop
PF: It Shoulda Been You (@ George Street Playhouse in NJ)
PLUG: OMG ISHERWOOD by CultureFuture
If you’d have told me this morning that my biggest laugh today would be a tumblr that combines Charles Isherwood and yogurt, I would have just been confused. (h/t Matthew Freeman)
Exit Introductions
Explicit: Yes
Melissa Errico – Legrand Affair:
— The Summer Knows
— I Will Wait For You
— What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life
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