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Jimmy Ferraro's Studio Theatre to Present STUDIO SONGBOOK, 9/11-13

After extended, completely SOLD-OUT performances of "Martin Preston as "LIBERACE"", Jimmy Ferraro's STUDIO THEATRE, 5732 Main Street, New Port Richey, FL presents Studio SONGBOOK", starring Susan Falcone, Michael D'Aquino, and Scott Greenberg of "Cover to Cover"", in a nostalgic musical journey through the decades, celebrating "the Music of Our Lives." in alimited THREE performance engagement September 11th, 12th, and 13th, 2015.

Performance Schedule:
Friday and Saturday evening: Doors open at 7:00 pm / show at 7:30 pm
Sunday matinee: Doors open at 1:30 pm / show at 2:00 PM
Tickets $25.00 (tax included)
CALL: 727-409-0293

ABOUT THE CAST

SUSAN FALCONE is a native of Yonkers, NY, but has been living in Florida for the past 19 years. Susan cannot remember a time when she was not singing, beginning at the age of two singing Neapolitan songs with her grandmother. She has had extensive training in vocal technique and musical theory including studies at Carnegie Hall in New York City and continues to study today. Also, Susan has had extensive training in tap and jazz, because "you can't sing without being able to move!" Susan's performing credits in New York include performing at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall, and many dinner theatre and regional theatre venues. Locally, Susan has been a soloist with the Hernando Symphony and Richey Suncoast Orchestras. She has also appeared at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Opera Outreach Program, the Palladium in St. Petersburg, Show Palace Dinner Theatre, and at Ruth Eckerd Hall with Broadway star Linda Eder. On a day to day basis, Susan teaches voice to students from age three to adult as well as performing with Cover To Cover,

MICHAEL D'AQUINO originally hails from "Da Bronx" and his first instrument is the drums. Michael has toured the U.S. and internationally as a drummer and vocalist, keeping the beat for many famous acts including Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge, Crystal Gayle, and many Las Vegas acts. Michael cannot remember a time when music was not a part of his life and loves performing with his wife, Susan, and good friend, Scott, as Cover to Cover. Michael never sits still and is also a local businessman and owner of The Salvage Station, selling building supplies.

SCOTT GREENBERG joined Cover to Cover in 2008 and his life has not been the same since! A New York native, Scott has performed in New York City at Lincoln Center, at The Duplex, and has been featured in numerous revues, benefits, and murder mysteries throughout the New York area. He has also appeared and toured in countless children's shows at various venues. An active member of the theatre community for over 20 years, Scott has had major roles in productions of Tintypes, Chicago, Fiddler on the Roof, Oklahoma!, Li'l Abner, Grease, Bye Bye Birdie, Hello, Dolly!, Mame, Damn Yankees, My Fair Lady, The Music Man, Brigadoon, The Fantasticks, Annie, Gypsy, Drood, Sweet Charity, 42nd Street, Evita, and On the 20th Century. His directing assignments include Godspell, Disney Delights - Magical Musical Memories, It's a Wonderful Life - The Musical, and the teen group Harmonic Youth. Scott's Florida credits include American Concert Company's Music of the Knight: The Songs of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Friends, Sweet Dreams: Frank, Bobby and Dean, and Broadway in Concert, as well as Eight O'Clock Theatre's acclaimed productions of My Fair Lady, Urinetown, Mame, and The Fantasticks. Though performing is his first love, Scott works full-time as a Treasury Analyst for Franklin Templeton in St. Petersburg.


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