Musical Theater Fireworks!
Broadway Celebrates The 4th of July!
It’s America’s birthday! We will sing of its beauty, we will sing of its promise, and we will sing of its struggles. You’ll hear the music of Broadway, Hollywood, Nashville, Motown, and more — all of it honoring the meaning of America, and all of them famous songs! From “America, The Beautiful” to “Buddy, Can You Spare a Dime?,” and from Richie Havens’ “Freedom,” to “Molasses to Rum” from 1776. You’ll hear songs like Johnny Horton’s “The Battle of New Orleans,” Barry McGuire’s “Eve of Destruction,” and Frank Sinatra’s hit “The House I Live In” (the song that put him in Dutch with the House Un-American Activities Committee).
The show is a pure Americana – of every kind! Because America belongs to all of us.
So, on Independence Day, come join a wildly talented cast of Broadway and nightclub stars light up the night sky with the most famous, beloved, and stirring songs about this ongoing, heroic American Experiment called The United States.
John Easterlin (4X Grammy Award® Winner, The Phantom of the Opera)
The New York Nightingales (Tight harmony girl group specializing in songs of the 30’s & 40’s, featuring Jennifer Mergele, Lena Dabrusin, Jen Delac)
Gabrielle Stravelli (Internationally known, critically acclaimed Jazz Star)
Cooper Grodin (The Phantom in the National Tour of The Phantom of the Opera)
Josh Israel (Annie, Mary Poppins)
Willie Demyan (Next to Normal)
Elisa Galindez (Broadway’s Rising Star)
Kelsey Lee Smith (54 Sings Broadway’s Greatest Hits)
Melanie Gettler (Broadway by the Year)
DJ Plunkett (The Songs That Made Them Stars)
Musical Theater Fireworks! is created by NYC impresario Scott Siegel, who has written, directed, and produced concerts for Michael Feinstein, but is, perhaps, best known as the creator, writer, director, and host of The Town Hall’s signature series, Broadway by the Year, which will be celebrating its 20th Anniversary Season in 2020. Scott has created more than 400 major concerts all over the world!
Please note that all artists and acts are subject to change at any time.