54 Celebrates French Woods
November 18, 2018
It all started in a barn on a hill in the mountains…
Since 1970, French Woods Festival for the Performing Arts has been a champion of the arts and arts education. The camp gives every child an individualized summer experience all while producing close to sixty full-scale musicals and plays. No wonder it has been the home away from home to thousands of performers for decades, including some of your favorite Broadway stars! Now about to celebrate their 50th summer, French Woods is still going strong!
Join some of French Woods’s prominent alumni in a night of story and song as they reminisce about a time before Broadway. See your favorite performers and theater professionals sing the roles they played in their youth and discuss some of their favorite French Woods memories. Before they were working on the Great White Way, they may have been playing Fanny Brice at age fourteen or a pre-pubescent Tevye!
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Hancock French Woods Arts Alliance, a foundation that helps fund scholarships for young artists.
Tiger Brown (Elf, Beauty and the Beast)
Lauryn Ciardullo (Aladdin)
Sean Patrick Doyle (Kinky Boots, Jerry Springer: The Opera)
Peter Duchan (Dogfight)
Tracey Eden (A Chorus Line)
Gabe Greenspan (Solve-It Squad)
Mara Jill Herman (Disney On Classic, America’s Sweethearts)
Sara Kapner (Goodspeed Opera House’s Rags)
Michael Kushner (On The Town, Toxic if Swallowed)
Rebecca Kuznick (Company)
Alexa Lebersfeld (Grease)
Mia Longenecker (Word Made Flesh)
Harris Milgrim (Tootsie, Cats)
Lance Rubin (Bloodsong of Love, Things to Ruin)
Lauren Schorr (Worlds Apart, B-Side Productions)
Ben Schrager (ms. Estrada, The Flea)
Dani Spieler (A Bronx Tale, Chicago)
Talia Suskauer (Be More Chill)
Tucker (“Saturday Night Live,” iHeart Media)
Natalie Weiss (Everyday Rapture, Wicked)
Matt Windman (AM New York)
and more to be announced!
Musical Direction by Ben Caplan
Produced by Jen Sandler
Cast is subject to change.
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- Sun, Nov 18 :9:30 pm