Photo Coverage: Broadway Musicals of 1928

The acclaimed Broadway by the Year series continued with "The Broadway Musicals of 1928," presented on Monday, February 26 at 8pm at The Town Hall.

Created, written and hosted for Town Hall by Scott Siegel, the evening featured songs heard on Broadway in 1928 from such shows as Rosalie, The Three Musketeers, The Greenwich Village Follies, Present Arms, Blackbirds of 1928, Grand Street Follies, The New Moon, Paris, Animal Crackers, Whoopee! and more.  "The Broadway Musicals of 1928" starred Leah Hocking, MAC Award-winner Lumiri Tubo,  Nancy Anderson, Joyce Chittick, Jeffry Denman, Malcolm Gets, Eddie Korbich, Paul Schoeffler, Max von Essen, Lari White and Bob Martin

Conceived and hosted by Scott Siegel for The Town Hall, the one-night-only concert was directed by Joel Froomkin, with musical direction by Ross Patterson.   

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Lumiri Tubo and Baby Jane Dexter

Leah Hocking and Eddie Korbich

 Max von Essen with parents Thomas and Rita

Paul Schoeffler, Lari White and Jeffry Denman

Leah Hocking and Lari White

 Joyce Chittick, Luis Vilabon, Jeffry Denman, Leah Hocking, Max von Essen, Joel Froomkin (Director), Lari White and Paul Schoeffler

Eddie Korbich and William Wolf (Drama Desk President)

David Colbert, Baby Jane Dexter, Ricky Ritzel, Peter Leavy and Stu Hamstra

Eddie Korbich, Luis Vilabon and Baby Jane Dexter

Scott Coulter and Joyce Chittick

Joel Froomkin and Luis Vilabon

Luis Vilabon, Joel Froomkin, Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel

Luis Vilabon and Nancy Anderson

Nancy Anderson and Max von Essen

Leah Hocking and Max von Essen

Lumiri Tubo and family

William Wolf, Lari White, Baby Jane Dexter and Lillian Wolf

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