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Photo Coverage: The Leading Men Concert

Produced by Wayman Wong, The Leading Men Concert took place on Monday, May 30 as a benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fight AIDS. The concept of the benefit was to feature a line-up of basses, baritones and tenors who have been profiled in Wong's Playbill.com column of the same title. Alan Muraoka directed the concert, with Seth Rudetsky in charge of the musical direction.

John Tartaglia and the Johnettes: "YMCA" by the Village People
Tom Andersen: "Downtown" by Tony Hatch
Tom D'Angora: "Somewhere That's Pink" by Alan Menken; parody lyrics by Tom D'Angora, Tom Orr
Max von Essen: "Proud Lady" by Stephen Schwartz
Wayman Wong: "I Took My Heart & Gave It to My Love" by Wayman Wong
Brian and Ted Farley: "What Is This Feeling" by Stephen Schwartz
Scott Coulter: "It Goes Like It Goes" by Norman Gimbel and David Shire
Ben Strothmann: "It's Oh So Quiet" by Hans Land, Bert Reisfeld & Erich Meder
Barrett Foa: "Movin' Too Fast" by Jason Robert Brown
Chad Kimball: "Giants in the Sky" by Stephen Sondheim
Tim Di Pasqua, Tom Andersen & Scott Coulter: "What Do I Know?" by Tim Di Pasqua
Matthew Morrison: "One Day More" by Georgia Stitt
Cheyenne Jackson: "Mr. Potato Head" by Scott Warrender
Seth Rudetsky: Deconstructed Bea Arthur...and himself
Christopher Sieber: "Agony" (both parts!) by Stephen Sondheim
Christopher Sieber and John Tartaglia: "I Will Never Leave You" by Henry Krieger & Bill Russell
Jai Rodriguez: "I'll Be Here" by Andrew Lippa
John Tartaglia and the Johnettes: "It's Raining Men" by Paul Jabara and Paul Shaffer

 

 


Cheyenne Jackson ("All Shook Up")


John Tartaglia ("The Leading Men" Concert Host for the Evening) and Christopher Sieber (Spamalot)


Barrett Foa ("Avenue Q")


Chad Kimball (upcoming "Lennon")


Matthew Morrison ("The Light in the Piazza")


Jai Rodriguez


Ben Strothmann


Max von Essen


Christopher Sieber and Cheyenne Jackson


Jai Rodriguez, Christopher Sieber, Max von Essen and Cheyenne Jackson


Matt Morrison, John Tartaglia and Barrett Foa


Brian Farley, Seth Rudetsky (Musical Director) and Ted Farley


Group Shot!


"The Johnette's", Kelley McKinnon and Jennifer Barnhart


John Tartaglia and Mark Hartman (Accompianist/Tartaglia's Musical Director)


Wayman Wong (Producer), Alan Muraoka (Director) and John Tartaglia


John Tartaglia and Tom Andersen


Nikki Hilton, Scott Newsome and Ben Strothmann


Chad Kimball, Kerry Meads (Drummer) and John Tartaglia

 


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