From Phantom to Mame

July 1 at 7PM EST (LIVE broadcast), July 10 at 7PM EST (pre-recorded), July 12 at 3pm EST (pre-recorded) A tribute to Andrew Lloyd Webber & Jerry Herman

Filled with hit after hit, this concert will feature the amazing work of two legendary composers: Andrew Lloyd Webber and Jerry Herman. You’ll enjoy songs such as I Don’t Know How To Love Him, All I Ask of You, and Memory 

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MEET THE CAST

Demetria Joyce Bailey is excited to be back in the first show of the Summer Music Fest!  Stage:  God u/s and debut as Asst. Director in An Act of God starring Kim Wayans. Stage: Woodstock 50 BRT, Registered Nurse in The Sunshine Boys at BRT, Mrs. Phelps in Matilda The Musical at the Walnut Street Theatre, Working: A Musical, Mama Morton in Chicago starring Justin Guarini, Electra in Gypsy starring Tovah Feldshuh and Robert Newman. TV: California Rep. in Netflix House of Cards, Pearlene Scott in HBO’s The Wire, The Nurse in CBS’ Hack.  Check out Demetria’s www.demetriabailey.com and order a copy of her CD – Takin’ a Chance… and/or Let The Good Times Roll with Jive, Jump & Wail.

 

 

Rebecca Robbins is honored to be part of this inaugural online broadcast of the BRT Summer Music Fest. Previously at BRT: Triumph of Love (Corine), Unforgettable. Broadway: A Tale of Two Cities (Lucie Manette, Madame Defarge u/s), The Phantom of The Opera (Swing), the North America Tour of The Phantom of The Opera (Carlotta Guidicelli u/s). Off-Broadway: My Fair Lady (NY Philharmonic), The Pajama Game, Fiorello, Fanny, Music in the AirThe New Moon (Encores!), The Music Teacher (The New Group). Regional favorites: Legally Blonde (Paulette), Souvenir (Florence Foster Jenkins), Mary Poppins (Mrs. Banks), Cats (Jellylorum). West Virginia native, ten-year cancer survivor, and avid Philadelphia Eagles fan. Special thanks to Keith Baker, the BRT Band, and everyone at Bristol Riverside Theatre. Find me at rebeccarobbins.com or @rebrobbins

 

Keith Spencer is thrilled to be back for BRT’s online maiden venture celebrating Webber and Herman at a time when we so desperately need the joy of theatre and music in our lives. Favorite roles: Coalhouse Walker, Jr. (Ragtime); Joe (Show Boat); The Abolitionist (For the Glory: The Civil War Musical); Audrey II (Little Shop of Horrors); Leading Player (Pippin); Billy (Carousel). Over the past number of years, Keith has developed a series of programs celebrating the African-American cultural experience and music performed by renowned African-American artists. This past February, Keith presented his one-man show, Brothers on Broadway – Celebrating the African-American Leading Men of Broadway in partnership with the Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey to record-breaking attendance at the Patriots Theatre at the War Memorial. Thanks to Amy, Penelope, and wonder twins, Zachary and Vivian, for their love and support. #blacklivesmatter - keithspencer.com

 

Sean Thompson last appeared at BRT as Clifford Bradshaw in Cabaret. He also portrayed Glenn Cooper in Rumors in 2016 and has performed in many a BRT concert event, including Love Will Keep Us Together and An American Christmas Songbook. On Broadway: Sunset Boulevard (Joe Gillis opposite Glenn Close, Artie Green, and original ensemble). First National Tour: Raoul in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom follow-up, Love Never Dies (original American cast). Select regional: Clark Gable in the Judy Garland bio-musical Chasing Rainbows at Paper Mill Playhouse; Walnut Street; Signature. Sean is a proud graduate of Temple University and a native of Northeast Philly. He is thrilled we can still celebrate such great music, even in this new age. For more video performances, archived show photos, and fun, please follow Sean on Instagram at @oneseanthompson.

 

Donna Vivino was most recently seen as Grizabella on the National Broadway Tour of Cats which has been postponed at the moment. She made her Bristol debut last year as Diana Goodman in Next to Normal. Broadway credits include Wicked, Hairspray, Les Miserables, Fame Becomes Me, and Saturday Night Fever. Donna was most recently seen Off-Broadway in the one-woman musical Waiting for Johnny Depp (Rave Theatre Festival Outstanding Performance Award), Finks (Theatreworks Silicon Valley – SF Theatre Critics Circle Award Nominee), Merrily We Roll Along (Los Angeles Ovation Award Nominee. Film/TV: Submissions Only (Serena Maxwell), Everyday People, Married to It, and The Sopranos. Donna is a founding member of the youth arts program Journey to Broadway. Journeytobroadway.com  which currently offers online programming in the performing arts for all ages. For more info follow her on Instagram & Twitter @donnavivino .  For Hendrix – my Love and Light.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Music Fest Sponsors: 

William J. Salerno, Esq.



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