Bernadette Peters Performs at Lynn University's Johnson Performing Arts Center, 3/26
According to her website, Bernadette Peters, who was most recently seen performing in New York in her sold out Broadway Barks benefit concert, will be playing at a variety of venues around the country for her upcoming tour, which kicks off next year. The two-time Tony winner will perform a wide variety of tunes from her vast theatre repertoire.
Stops announced thus far include Alabama, New York, Nevada, Minnesota, Ohio, California, New Jersey, and Florida.
Tour dates are as follows:
March 6: Anniston Performing Arts Center in Anniston, AL
March 15-16: with the New York Philharmonic (Sondheim celebration)
March 22: New York, NY for the Roundabout's Sondheim benefit
March 26: Lynn University's Johnson Performing Arts Center in Boca Raton, FL
April 26: Sondheim benefit in New York, NY
May 1: UNLV's Artemis Ham Theatre in Las Vegas, NV
May 7-8: Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis, MN
May 22: Landis Theatre for the Performing Arts in Vineland, NJ
Sept. 10: Powell Symphony Hall in St. Louis, MO
Sept. 24-26: Cincinnati Music Hall in Cincinnati, OH
Feb. 11-12, 2011: McCullum Theater in Palm Springs, CA
To purchase tickets and to access more information, visit http://www.bernadettepeters.com/index.php.
Peters made her Broadway debut in 1967 in Johnny No-Trump, and in 1968 starred with Joel Grey in the musical George M!, earning a Theatre World Award for her memorable portrayal of Josie Cohan. That same year, she received a Drama Desk Award for her show-stopping performance in the hit off-Broadway musical Dames at Sea.
Peters also has an impressive list of television credits ranging from performing arts specials such as PBS' Evening at Pops and The Kennedy Center Honors to appearances in variety shows such as The Carol Burnett Show and an Emmy-nominated performance on The Muppet Show. She appeared in the star-studded Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall and also played an opera diva on the verge of a nervous breakdown in Terrence McNally's The Last Mile, both for PBS' highly acclaimed Great Performances series. Other television credits include FOX's hit TV series Ally McBeal, Cinderella (as the wicked stepmother) and The Last Best Year with Mary Tyler Moore.
Film credits include The Jerk with Steve Martin, The Longest Yard with Burt Reynolds, Silent Movie with Mel Brooks, Annie with Carol Burnett, Pink Cadillac with Clint Eastwood, Slaves of New York with Mercedes Ruehl, Woody Allen's Alice with Mia Farrow, Impromptu with Hugh Grant and Mandy Patinkin, and most recently, It Runs in the Family, starring opposite Kirk and Michael Douglas.
Photo Credit: Linda Lenzi