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INTO THE WOODS Cast Joins Broadway Sessions at The Green Room 42 This Week

Cast members scheduled to perform include David Patrick Kelly, Alysia Velez, Katy Geraghty, Felicia Curry, and more.

INTO THE WOODS Cast Joins Broadway Sessions at The Green Room 42 This Week Ben Cameron's long-running, award winning, musical theatre variety series, Broadway Sessions, will continue this week at its new home, The Green Room 42, this Thursday, October 6th

This week, Broadway Sessions welcomes the cast of the mega hit revival of Into The Woods! Cast members scheduled to perform include David Patrick Kelly, Alysia Velez, Katy Geraghty, Felicia Curry, Alex Joseph Grayson, Brooke Ishibashi, Ta'Nika Gibson, Diane Phelan, Albert Guerzon, Mary Kate Moore and more! The evening will also feature performances from superstar vocalist Hadley Magaziner.

James Rushin will serve as Music Director.
Broadway Sessions has been running regularly for over 14 years and is a beloved staple for audiences and Broadway actors alike. Twice a month, Broadway Sessions welcomes a new Broadway cast/ singers to perform, play games with the audience, engage in ridiculous interviews, open mic and celebrate all things Broadway! This ain't your grandad's cabaret!!

Broadway Sessions plays twice monthly at The Green Room 42, on Thursday evenings after Broadway curtains come down. Seating begins at 9:15pm with showtime at 10pm. All seats are just $22 which includes a donation to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids. Attendees will also receive a $10 voucher towards food/ drink. There is no minimum. Reservations can be made at www.thegreenroom42.com.venuetix.com Latecomers and walk-ins are welcome.

Fall 2022 dates are 9/8, 9/22, 10/6, 10/20, 11/3, 11/17, 12/1 and 12/15.
You can follow Broadway Sessions on social media @BwaySessions on all platforms and at www.broadwaysessionsnyc.com . Past performances can be found on Broadway Sessions wildly popular YouTube channel. www.youtube.com/bwaysessions .

About Ben Cameron

Ben Cameron is your Broadway Buddy. Bringing the Broadway community right to you like a friendly neighbor dropping off brownies. Broadway brownies. Yum. Ben is a 3 x Broadway veteran having appeared in the original casts of Wicked (listen to track #2, you may hear a familiar voice) and Footloose. He has appeared on Broadway in Aida and in tours of Sweet Charity opposite Molly Ringwald, State Fair, Fame, The Who's Tommy and Footloose. Since hanging up his dance belt Ben has become one of Broadway's most beloved personalities. He is the creator and host of the long running variety show Broadway Sessions (2018 MAC Award), Broadway Buskers concert series w/ Times Square Alliance, web series Dance Captain Dance Attack on BroadwayWorld.com, Broadway Sessions Beach Party on Fire Island, and hit podcast talkshow, The Broadway Cast on IHeartRadio Broadway. Ben is the MainStage host of Broadway Con, was the live audience host for tapings of A Very Wicked Halloween on NBC, The Spongebob Musical on Nickelodeon and is a frequent face on PBS WNET having hosted Hamilton's America, Broadway on THIRTEEN Marathon, Downton Abbey New Years Marathon and much more. Ben served as on camera host for the Broadway Trivia gameshow series on the Reward The Fan app. Ben is also a sought after writer, director, performer and choreographer. He travels the world teaching high energy theatre and dance masterclasses and emceeing Onstage NY talent competitions. Ben continues to lend his signature enthusiasm and razor wit to a variety of projects, concerts and benefits from Broadway and beyond. Ben likes you. To keep up with Ben, follow @BenDoesBroadway and visit www.bencameron.nycINTO THE WOODS Cast Joins Broadway Sessions at The Green Room 42 This Week


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