Broadway's Seth Rudetsky Comes to Woodlawn Theatre Tonight
Radio host, Emmy award-winning writer and accompanist to the stars, Seth Rudetsky, brings his traveling one-man show, Seth's Big Fat Broadway Show, to the Woodlawn Theatre, tonight, August 2 at 8 p.m., for one night only. He'll also be conducting a master class that same day.
Rudetsky is currently the host of "Seth's Big Fat Broadway" on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio's On Broadway and a board member of the Woodlawn Theatre.
With perfect comedic timing, Rudetsky, who has been a pianist and performer on dozens of Broadway shows and concerts, takes the audience on a journey to mock and deconstruct Broadway musicals, splattered with insider insights into vocalists like Cher, Madonna, Bea Arthur and Patti LuPone, all with a little history and trivia thrown in for fun. Part critique, part comedy, this manic 90-minute show (with no intermission) has him lip syncing and dancing, lecturing and laughing to his personal audio and video collection.
Tickets for the show are $35 for general admission and $50 for VIP tickets that include a pre-show, private reception with Rudetsky and his husband, James Wesley, author of Unbroken Circle.
The master class will be held from noon to 2 p.m. with an opportunity to sing for (and be critiqued by) Rudetsky. Sing for Seth is limited to the first ten actors and costs $75. General admission to the master class is $35.