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The PHANTOMÂ'S LEADING LADIES Bring The Music Of The Night To The Annenberg Theater April 14

April 2
6:24 PM 2012


Phantom's Leading Ladies, a trio of Broadway veterans who have all performed the role of "Christine" from The Phantom of the Opera bring their eclectic evening of lirtatious fun and intricate three part harmonies to the beautiful 433 seat Annenberg Theater, uniquely located within Palm Springs Art Museum, on April 14 at 8:00 pm. The evening promises a lot of humor, a lot of harmony and a lot of class as the ladies sing everything from classical Broadway to The Beatles.

The women that comprise The Phantom's Leading Ladies have collectively performed more than 4,000 performances as "Christine Daaé" in The Phantom of the Opera, the longest running show on Broadway and the most financially successful show in theatrical history. Together and/or individually they have sung with the New York Pops, the City of London Philharmonic, the California Philharmonic, and in such esteemed venues as Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, the Library of Congress and London's Royal Albert Hall. Since their debut in 2001, the Ladies have shared the stage with Michael Feinstein, Maureen McGovern, Lucie Arnaz, Tony Danza, Jack Jones and many other notable performers..

Teri Bibb played "Christine Daaé" in The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway and with the national tour, during which she sang for both former President Clinton and for former President Bush at a command performance at the White House, and earned a Helen Hayes Award nomination and a Carbonell Award. Karen Culliver played "Christine Daaé" in The Phantom of the Opera, and performed in The Mystery Of Edwin Drood, Meet Me In St. Louis, and Show Boat on Broadway. Off-Broadway she appeared in The Fantasticks (filmed for Lincoln Center) and has toured in productions of Singin' In The Rain, Annie, The Most Happy Fella, The Secret Garden, A Little Night Music and The Music Man. Mary D'Arcy starred as "Christine Daaé" opposite both Michael Crawford and Colm Wilkinson in Los Angeles, Toronto, and on Broadway. Ms. D'Arcy also starred on Broadway in Singin' In The Rain and originated the roles of "Celeste II / Elaine" in Sunday In The Park With George, and "Cinderella" in the Playwright's Horizon workshop of Into The Woods. She starred opposite James Woods and Drew Barrymore in Steven King's cult classic film Cat's Eye and performed songs on Sondheim, a recorded tribute to the composer.

Tickets for Phantom’s Leading Ladies are $40-$55 and can be purchased at or by calling the theater Box Office at 760-325-4490.

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David Green David Green is the Executive Director of The American Foundation For Arts Education, founded by Carol Channing and her late husband, Harry Kullijian -- working to restore the Arts to our nation’s public schools and provide an arts education to every child in America. He is the founder and President of the nationally acclaimed "Musical Theatre University", a training ground for talented young people with aspirations for careers in theatre, most specifically musical theatre. Mr. Green's Broadway alumni include Tony -nominees Matthew Morrison and Stephanie Block, Drama Desk nominee Lindsay Mendez, Krysta Rodriguez, Scott Barnhardt and Anneliese VanDerPol to name a few. As a producer and director, he has staged over 150 theatrical productions for both educational and professional theatre and with such stars as Carol Channing, Cathy Rigby, JoAnne Worley, Rex Smith, Jonelle Allen, Eric Kunze, Davis Gaines, Stephanie Zimbalist, John Raitt, Betty Garrett and more. Mr. Green is the Regional Editor and Reviewer for the Inland Empire of Southern California.

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