Broadway in Annapolis: “A Grand Night for Singing”

Broadway in Annapolis:
A Grand Night for Singing

Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Musical Arrangements by Fred Wells
Orchestration by Michael Gibson and Jonathan Tunick
Conceived by Walter Bobbie



Friday February 15, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday February 16, 8 p.m.
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
Adults: $34/$37; Pre-sold students: $12; Student Rush available     GET TICKETS

Cast:  Kimberly Christie, Catrin Davies, Tom Magette, Caitlin Vincent and Nathan Wyatt
Staging by Eloise Ullmann
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If you can’t resist a Rodgers & Hammerstein song, this is the production for you!  This Tony-nominated review of the Broadway kings’ greatest hits includes 34 of their best-loved songs.  Are you a “The Sound of Music” fan?  Just can’t stop singing “Oklahoma!”?  Love the tunes from “South Pacific”?   You can hear them all!

Created in 1994 to celebrate Rodgers & Hammerstein’s masterpieces, this revue was conceived by Tony Award-winner Walter Bobbie.  It opened on Broadway to enthusiastic reviews and earned two Tony Award nominations, one for Best Musical.

Bobbie and his co-creators took the music they loved and shook it up so that it was still the music they loved but presented with innovation to give each song a  fresh approach.  For example, imagine ‘Shall We Dance?’ as a comic pas de deux for a tall beauty and her much shorter admirer.  Or a sultry Andrews Sisters-style ‘I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Out-a My Hair.”  The list of hum-able songs goes on.

“A Grand Night for Singing” fits right in with J. Ernest Green’s commitment to presenting Broadway gems as they were intended to be heard when created by their composers.  With the Annapolis Chamber Orchestra, Annapolis Chorale and guest artists, “A Grand Night for Singing” gets the royal treatment from someone who knows and appreciates the power of music.

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A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING is presented through special arrangement with R & H Theatricals: