Photo Coverage: Martin Vidnovic at the Metropolitan Room
On August 6, Martin Vidnovic (currently starring in the off-Broadway revival of The Fantasticks) concluded his exclusive cabaret concert series, "What Matters To Me" at the Metropolitan Room.
Martin Vidnovic stretched his wings in the New York theatre scene in 1972 as a cast member in the original run of The Fantasticks. Today, he stars both as a father on-stage in the current revival, and as the father off-stage to Broadway's Laura Benanti. "What Matters To Me" served as a unique song and story collection of his experience, including his 1983 Drama Desk Award-winning role in Baby, plus Oklahoma! (1979) and Guys and Dolls (1992).
"Martin Vidnovic: What Matters to Me" played at the Metropolitan Room Mondays at 7PM from July 16 to August 6. For more information visit www.MetropolitanRoom.com. For more information on The Fantasticks now playing off-Broadway visit www.FantasticksonBroadway.com.
To read an exclusive BroadwayWorld.com interview where Vidnovic discusses his cabaret concert and other aspects of his theatre career, visit this link.
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