Tony Nominee Montego Glover Joins Music Conservatory of Westchester's Broadway Revue Lineup, 6/23
Montego Glover, who received a Tony Award nomination for Lead Actress in a Musical and won both the Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards for her performance in the Broadway musical Memphis, has been added to the Music Conservatory of Westchester's Broadway Revue lineup at the Whippoorwill Club in Armonk on Monday, June 23. The Conservatory, a not-for-profit music school in White Plains, will honor Tony winner Barbara Cook and conductor John Mauceri at the event. Glover, who made her Broadway debut in The Color Purple and currently recurs on the Fox thriller The Following, will join Tony winner Alice Ripley, Tony nominee Laura Osnes, and Broadway veterans Craig Schulman and John Treacy Egan at the event.
The Broadway Revue Dinner is part of the Conservatory's 13th Annual Golf and Tennis Classic, which traditionally features a day of golf or tennis followed by an awards dinner and live auction. Proceeds from the event will go toward scholarships for low-income youth (The Conservatory provides $100,000 in scholarship assistance each year for approximately 80-85 students) as well as music therapy for children with disabilities and the Conservatory's new Healing Our Heroes program, which provides music therapy and music instruction for returning military veterans.
Founded in 1929, the Conservatory provides quality music education for all. 2014 marks the Conservatory's 85th year of serving students throughout greater Westchester.