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Photo Coverage: Fifth NYMF Concert

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On September 20th, the fifth of six free NYMF concerts was presented at the Times Square Virgin Megastore (1540 Broadway, between 45th & 46th Streets), who is partnering with the New York Musical Theatre Festival to give audiences a sneak peek of shows opening each week of the Festival.

This concert included performances from Lunch, This Could Be Love, Captain Gravy's Wavy Navy, Journey to the West, and Three Sides. 

"The Virgin shows will feature one song from each show, with different productions performing at each event. The concerts will be hosted by friends of the Festival, including />/>Daniel Reichar/>d (Jersey Boys), the Altar Boyz/>, and the cast of [title of show]. In addition to previewing the shows, audiences at the Virgin Megastore events will also be able to snag some NYMF swag – including merchandise, paraphernalia and tickets – and catch the inside scoop about special NYMF events and promotions all month long!," according to NYMF notes.

The next show (September 18) is scheduled to feature performances from J.O.B. The Hip-Hopera, The Man in My Head, Maria, Maria, and Night of the Hunter. All concerts start at 5:00 PM sharp. For more info, check out www.nymf.org.


Altar Boyz/> "Wonderstudies" Jim Daly/> and Carlos Encinias


Hollis Scarborough, Tara Giordano, Alessandra Migliaccio, and Kelly Tighe singing "Invocation" from Lunch


Hollis Scarborough, Tara Giordano, Alessandra Migliaccio, and Kelly Tighe


Kelly Tighe


Hollis Scarborough, Kelly Tighe, Tara Giordano, and Alessandra Migliaccio


Krista Sutton and Graham Rowat/> from This Could Be Love


Krista Sutton and Graham Rowat/>


Krista Sutton and Graham Rowat/>


David Cooper (Co-Writer), Kenny Wade Marshall, and Gregory Guy Gorden singing "I'm a Little Stinker" from Captain Gravy's Wavy Navy


David Cooper, Kenny Wade Marshall and Gregory Guy Gorden


David Cooper, Gregory Guy Gorden and Kenny Wade Marshall


Angela Ai singing "I've Learned Mine" from Journey to the West


Angela Ai


Angela Ai


Mark McGee, Caroline Sheen/>, and Jon-Paul Hevey/> singing the title song from Three Sides


Mark McGee, Caroline Sheen/> and Jon-Paul Hevey/>


Mark McGee, Caroline Sheen/> and Jon-Paul Hevey/>


Mark McGee, Caroline Sheen/> and Jon-Paul Hevey/>


Back: Chris Huntley, Caroline Sheen/>, Jon-Paul Hevey/>, and Grant Olding/> (composer); Front: Mark McGee, Tim Godwin, and Mark Collins


Jim Daly/> and Carlos Encinias


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