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Baldwin, Keenan-Bolger, Pasquale and More Perform in Forward, Jan. 16

A bevy of stars will take part in Forward, a new song cycle by Jonathan Reid-Gealt. The concert will be presented at Makor (35 West 67th Street) on Monday, January 16th at 7pm.

Kate Baldwin (White Christmas in San Francisco, Bush is Bad, Wonderful Town), David Burnham (The Light in the Piazza), Matt Cavenaugh (Urban Cowboy), Celia Keenan-Bolger (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee), Stephen Pasquale (A Soldier's Tale, A Man of No Importance) and Max von Essen (Dance of the Vampires, Les Miserables) will headline the evening, while Adam Armstrong, Whitney Bashor, Bridie Carroll, Eric Imhoff, Chelsea Krombach, Kasey Marino and Marty Thomas will also perform. Michael Mosallum will direct Forward, while Jamie McGonnigal will produce the concert. McGonnigal also produced the recent hit World AIDS Day concert of The Secret Garden, in which Keenan-Bolger, Pasquale and Von Essen performed.

Reid-Gealt, who recently graduated from the Boston Conservatory, has performed with the Boston Pops and in regional productions of shows such as Mame and Annie Get Your Gun. In Forward, the performers embody 16 characters at various points in their lives; each sings a song about the joys and challenges of moving forward in life.

Tickets to Forward, which are $15, are available by calling 212-415-5500 or by visiting

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