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Photos: KT Sullivan Visits Richard Skipper As Carol Channing In Concert

Broadway, cabaret, and recording star KT Sullivan (Threepenny Opera, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, MAC Award-winner), who performed as "Lorelei Lee" in the 1995Broadway revival of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, attended the Wednesday January 26, 2011 performance of the critically-acclaimed Richard Skipper As "Carol Channing"In Concert at Off-Broadway's St. Luke's Theatre.

The role of "Lorelei Lee" wasoriginated by Carol Channing in the musical with music by Jule Styne, lyrics by LeoRobin, and book by Joseph Fields and Anita Loos; the film version featured MarilynMonroe in the role.Attached photos are by Glen Charlow.

Richard Skipper AS "Carol Channing" IN CONCERT celebrates the career andpersona of the unique theatrical legend. Accompanied by a three-piece band, Skipper blends Channing's standards with original material and other familiar songs sung to spot-on Channing-on-Broadway perfection.

The musical evening surveys Channing's life with many stops along the way for Skipper's unique--and riotous--"ad-lib" interactions with the audience. The critically-acclaimed Richard Skipper AS "Carol Channing" IN CONCERT, directed by Mark Robert Gordon and produced by The Camelback Kid (TCK) performs Off-Broadway at St. Luke's Theatre, 308 W. 46 th Street, in Manhattan's Theater District.

TIMES SQUARE CHRONICLES Richard Skipper AS "Carol Channing" IN CONCERT performs onMondays at 8pm and Wednesdays at 3pm.

Performances are atSt. Luke's Theatre (308 W. 46 th Street, between Eighth & Ninth Avenue in Manhattan). {Note: There will not be a performance on Monday February 14 th and Monday February 21 st .}

Tickets are available in-person at the St. Luke's box office or through TeleCharge (www.Telecharge.com or (212) 239-6200).Further information is available at www.AsCarol.com.Tickets are $41.50-$66.50 (premium seats are $76.50).

Photo credit: Glen Charlow


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