Photo Coverage: Jason Danieley, Joshua Henry, Norm Lewis Perform with Liz Callaway at Town Hall!
The Town Hall, New York's landmark theatre and concert venue concluded the Sixth Annual Summer Broadway Festival, with Liz Callaway's new show, Even Stephen (with Jason Danieley, Joshua Henry and Norm Lewis) last night, July 30th. BroadwayWorld was there for the concert and we bring you photos below!
EVEN STEPHEN featured the music of three of Liz Callaway's favorite composers who happen to share the same name: Stephen Flaherty, Stephen Schwartz, and Stephen Sondheim. A Tony® Nominee for her performance in Baby, Ms. Callaway was joined onstage by three of Broadway's finest men, Jason Danieley (Curtains), Tony® Nominee Joshua Henry (Scottsboro Boys, Porgy and Bess) and Tony® Nominee Norm Lewis (title role in Porgy and Bess), with a surprise guest or two. Liz Callaway made her Broadway debut in Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along and has appeared as Grizabella in Cats for five years. She was nominated for a Tony® Award for her performance in Baby. Liz Callaway is also known for providing the singing voices for female characters in several major animated films.
The Town Hall, a National Historic landmark located in the heart of New York City's theatre district, is a non-profit organization serving the community since 1921. It was built by a group of suffragettes and began as a lecture hall and public forum for debates where "America's Town Meetings on The Air" was broadcast live for 25 years. Over the decades, cultural icons including Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan, MiLes Davis, and most recently, the Dalai Lama and President Obama, have graced the stage. Today the Hall boasts the hottest acts in rock, pop, folk, cabaret, world music, comedy and dance. In its annual show, Broadway Rising Stars, The Town Hall gives recent graduates from the nation's leading performing arts schools a chance to showcase their talents and perform on the legendary stage. The Town Hall Educational Outreach Program helps schools build their arts programs and advance student learning through standards-based, collaborative arts residencies. Over the past two-and-a-half decades, The Town Hall has produced the Feature Film Seminar Series and a number of new and critically acclaimed musical series, which include the Spring Series, Broadway By The Year®, The Broadway Cabaret Festival and The Summer Broadway Festival.
Photo Credit: Genevieve Rafter Keddy