Ann Kittredge Brings ANOTHER NIGHT ONLY to the Laurie Beechman Theatre
Ann Kittredge makes her Laurie Beechman Theatre debut for another night only on Monday, March 19th at 7pm. She returned to the stage this past year after a long absence, having performed on and off Broadway, in regional theater, as well as in film and television. Ann's musical director is Larry Yurman, whose Broadway credits include War Paint, Grey Gardens and Thoroughly Modern Millie. With director Richard Jay-Alexander and musical arranger Wendy Cavett, they have put together a splashy mix of Broadway, pop and more. Among some of the music she'll perform are songs by Jerry Herman, Stephen Sondheim, Flaherty & Ahrens, Frank Loesser, Maltby & Shire and Kander & Ebb. You'll want to be there to welcome Ann back to the stage after her self-imposed "asylum" while she raised her kids, loved her husband and stepped into the zany world of education advocacy in the NYC Public School system. But she really wants to get back in the game and has a new hunger to claw her way back onto the Broadway stage. She's in it to win it.
Leading up to this debut, Ann has been wowing audiences at numerous performances, most recently her debut at Feinstein's/54 Below in One Night Only to a full house. "The most under-utilized talent in New York City!" says her husband, Bob. Andrea Marcovicci says, "[Ann] is SO, SO, SO magnificent!" Before that, Don't Tell Mama and the legendary Metropolitan Room were the stages for her show, It's About Time, featuring many of Kittredge's musical theatre favorites. Marilyn Lester opined, "As a child of theater herself, Kittredge's It's About Time (a wonderful double meaning in that title) reflects [her theatrical] roots with a narrative and songs constituting a mini-theatrical. The show is an engaging personal history, filled with a rainbow of emotional expression...By the closing "Unexpected Song" it was apparent that the combination of a pleasing upbeat personality, well-curated songs and an absorbing narrative added up to success for Kittredge's return to the stage ....and It's About Time."
To her audience, Kittredge says, "Put the insanity of the outside world aside for an hour and enter the insanely fun and crazy world of my brain."
Ann Kittredge: Another Night Only will play at The Laurie Beechman Theatre on Monday, March 19, at 7pm. Additional dates to be announced. Tickets are available at www.annkittredge.com/Upcoming and https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/987270.
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