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Pippin & Raines Set for 'Legends of Broadway' at the Carrollwood, 9/11

LEGENDS OF BROADWAY

With Donald Pippin and Ron Raines


Conductor and pianist Donald Pippin (Oliver!, A Chorus Line, Mane, Walt Disney's Snow White) with stage and television star, Ron Raines (Guiding Light, Chicago, Showboat) will take the main stage at the Carrollwood Cultural Center in the concert of the year!


Saturday, September 11 at 7:30 pm


At the Carrollwood Cultural Center 4537 Lowell Road Tampa FL 33618 (813) 269-1310

www.CarrollwoodCenter.org


Tickets are $75 for members, $100 for non-members.

Tickets can be purchased online at CarrollwoodCenter.org or by calling the box office at (813) 269-1310.


Donald Pippin (Conductor, pianist)

Having served for 14 years as Musical Director of New York's famed Radio City Music Hall, Donald Pippin is one of Broadway's most honored conductors. He is the recipient of the Tony Award for Oliver!, the Emmy Award for Broadway Sings Jule Styne, the Drama Desk Award for "consistently outstanding musical direction and commitment to the theatre" and a gold record award for original cast album of A Chorus Line.


Ron Raines (Star of stage and television)

For 15 years, Ron Raines headed the cast of CBS-TV's longest running daytime serious Guiding Light.

For his work as "Alan Spaulding", Mr. Raines was nominated for 2003, 2004 and 2006 Emmy Awards as Outstanding Lead Actor and was nominated three times for the SOAP OPERA DIGEST Award as "Outstanding Villain."

Mr. Raines is well known to theatre audiences in New York and around the country as one of America's leading musical theatre performers most recently starring on Broadway as Billy Flynn in Chicago. He also starred on Broadway as Gaylord Ravenal in the 1983 revival of Jerome Kern's Showboat costarring Donald O'Connor. He originated the role of Teddy Roosevelt's ambitious son-in-law Nick Longworth in the short-lived Broadway musical Teddy and Alice starring Len Cariou and went on to originate the dual role of Jupiter/Amphytrion in the Off-Broadway musical hit Olympus on my Mind.

 

Photo Credit: Linda Lenzi


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