Hershey Felder to Chat Live on COFFEE WITH GOLDSTAR Tomorrow
Actor, pianist and playwright Hershey Felder - star of Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin - will be available to answer questions online in real time tomorrow, Friday, January 22 at 3pm ET/ 12pm PT in the latest installment of "Coffee With Goldstar." He'll be chatting live from Mountain View, Calif., where his show is currently running.
The free interactive chat begins at 3pm ET/ 12pm PT and lasts about a half hour. To participate, visit the Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin event page -- www.goldstar.com/events/mountain-view-ca/hershey-felder-as-irving-berlin-tickets -- where you'll see a countdown to "Coffee With Goldstar." (Be sure to log in.) Just before chat starts, tap the "join us" button. If you want to ask a question, just sign up on ConcertWindow during the chat. You can ask Felder anything.
Hershey Felder is an immensely talented actor, pianist and playwright who's touring the country performing as Irving Berlin, writer of iconic songs like "White Christmas," "God Bless America" and "Puttin' on the Ritz." Felder -- who's previously performed as Gershwin, Beethoven, Chopin and Bernstein -- tackles the role of Berlin with mastery, performing Berlin's beloved songs and recounting stories from his life. It's a show the Los Angeles Times calls "richly entertaining and ultimately touching."
This is the second installment in the "Coffee With Goldstar" series, which debuted last month with Broadway's George Takei. The future will bring many more live chats with Broadway cast members, musicians, comedians, dancers and more.
Again, to join the live video chat with Hershey Felder, just go to the event page and tap to join "Coffee With Goldstar" at 3pm EST/12pm PT on Friday, Jan 22: www.goldstar.com/events/mountain-view-ca/hershey-felder-as-irving-berlin-tickets.
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