Tony Award-Nominated Charles Busch to Perform One-Man Show and Offer Master Class
Charles Busch, Tony Award Nominee as a playwright for "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" comes to South Bend, Indiana to perform his highly-acclaimed show "My Kinda 60's" on Wednesday, January 31st at 7:30PM. His Music Director will be Tom Judson. Tickets are $25.
"Another musical highlight in the show ("My Kinda 60's") was composer Henry Mancini's favorite song "Two For The Road" with brilliant piano stylings by longtime Busch musical director Tom Judson who has a warm melodic voice that meshed perfectly with Charles'." - Broadway World
Mr. Busch will also offer a Master Class at 3:30pm on Wednesday, January 31st. As Mr. Busch has said, "During the past few years I've had the wonderful opportunity to speak and conduct classes at a number of schools across the country. I've derived great enjoyment from them. What I have to offer is my experience in creating a rather unique place in the theater. I tell the story of my life and career in the hope that my audience can find encouragement and inspiration from it. Admission is $20.
Both "My Kinda 60's" and the Master Class are Co-Productions of The Lampkin Music Group and South Bend Civic Theatre.
Link to tickets for "My Kinda 60's"https://sbct.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=106
Link to tickets for Master Classhttps://sbct.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=104
Charles BuschCharles is the author and star of such plays as "The Divine Sister," "The Tribute Artist." and "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," which ran for 777 performances on Broadway and received a Tony nomination for Best Play. He is a two-time MAC award winner and has performed his cabaret act in many cities including San Francisco, Palm Springs, Chicago, Provincetown, New Orleans, Atlanta, London, Paris and in New York at the Ballroom, Birdland and 54 Below.
Tom JudsonTom has appeared on Broadway in the Roundabout Theater production of "Cabaret" at Studio 54. He has toured the country in that show and in "42nd Street." As a composer, Tom created the score to Whit Stillman's indie film classic "Metropolitan" and has written songs for Sesame Street, Ann Magnuson, Lisa Kron and many others. He has toured with Charles frequently through the years.
Lampkin Music GroupRalph Lampkin, Jr; owner of Lampkin Music Group has produced locally and nationally. Credits include: The Dance Theatre of Harlem (St. Mary's O'Laughlin Theater,) Tony winners Alice Ripley (Next to Normal) at the Theatre Building Chicago; Donna McKechnie (A Chorus Line): Palais Royale; and three time Tony winner Hinton Battle (Miss Saigon, Sophisticated Ladies and Tap Dance Kid) at the Apollo Theatre.