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'Broadway Does St Paddy's' Concert Comes to Opry City Stage March 12th

'Broadway Does St Paddy's' Concert Comes to Opry City Stage March 12th

Matt DeAngelis (Waitress), Cassidy Stirtz (ONCE) and Erica Spyres (Carousel) have teamed up once again, with additional members from every U.S. Company of ONCE: The Musical, for a one-night only musical jam extravaganza. The evening, titled "Broadway Does St. Paddy's Day", has company members joining forces to celebrate the "Luck O' The Irish" and benefit VH1's Save The Music Foundation by raising money to keep music in public schools around the United States. "Broadway Does St. Paddy's" is sure to be filled with music, storytelling, and most importantly, keeping arts in education.

Joining the evening are Ray Bokhour (Chicago), Joe Carroll (Bandstand), Barry DeBois (ONCE), Nyssa Duchow (ONCE), Brandon Ellis (Bandstand), Elisabeth Evans (ONCE), John Hays (ONCE), Maggie Hollenbeck (Red Roses, Green Gold), David Patrick Kelly (ONCE), Erikka Walsh (ONCE, Red Roses, Green Gold), Lucas Papaelias (ONCE), Tina Stafford (ONCE), Scott Stangland (Great Comet), Andy Taylor (ONCE), Tiffany Topol (ONCE), Ryan Vona (ONCE, Paramour), Stuart Ward (Cursed Child) and Grant Watkins (ONCE). Common Jack featuring John Steven Gardner (ONCE) and The Typsy Spyres will also be performing on the stage.

There is No Cover for this event, but guests are encouraged to make reservations by calling Opry City Stage at: 212-388-5565. A VH1 Save The Music Donation will be collected during the performance.

Opry City Stage

1604 Broadway (At Broadway and 48th Street)

Seating Begins: 9:30pm / Show: 10:30pm (No Cover)

https://www.oprycitystage.com/

ABOUT OPRY CITY STAGE:

Opry City Stage is New York City's home for country music and culture, with good food and good times rooted in the South and served up in Times Square for the millions who come to New York City annually. Throughout the venue's four floors, guests will enjoy the sights and sounds of Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, including never before seen photographs capturing nine decades of unforgettable Opry moments, artifacts from the Opry Archives documenting the near-century story of the radio and stage show, one-of-a-kind art pieces, and more.


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