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Melissa Errico

Thursday, June 3 at 7:30 pm
Friday, June 4 at 8:00 pm

Tony-nominated for Best Actress for the musical “Amour”, Errico starred in “My Fair Lady,” “High Society,” “Dracula,” “Les Miserables,” and others. She’s also starred in several productions with Irish Repertory Theatre and has six Drama Desk nominations. As a singer, Melissa has made five solo studio CDs and has performed with most of the major symphonies in America and the UK. Her latest album “Sondheim Sublime” was recently released to critical acclaim, with The Wall Street Journal calling it “The best all-Sondheim album ever recorded.” In the past two years she has performed numerous sold-out Sondheim concerts in New York City, Chicago at The Ravinia Festival, DC and London. Her connection to Sondheim’s work began when she played Dot in “Sunday in the Park with George” at The Kennedy Center, she then went on to star in “Passion  at Classic Stage Company and “Do I Hear a Waltz?” at New York City Center. Her other solo CDs include “Blue Like That” (EMI/Capitol Records), “Lullabies and Wildflowers” (VMG/Universal), “Legrand Affair” (Ghostlight/Sony) and “What About Today? – Melissa Errico Live at 54 Below” (Broadway Records; CD & DVD). She also recently appeared in guest-starring arcs on Cinemax’s “The Knick” directed by Steven Soderbergh, and “Billions” on Showtime. Errico has served on The National Endowment for the Arts, has published multiple essays in The New York Times, and is a contributing essayist in The Purist. 


Broadway Spotlight Concert Series

This concert series was curated by Jim Caruso for Bucks County Playhouse. Caruso who made his Broadway debut alongside Liza Minnelli in the Tony Award-winning “Liza’s At The Palace!,” singing, dancing and celebrating the music and arrangements of Kay Thompson and the Williams Brothers. He has won six MAC Awards and eight BroadwayWorld Awards for his work in nightclubs, performed with the New York Pops in a tribute to Kander & Ebb, with Rosemary Clooney celebrating Bing Crosby, and sang the songs of Hope & Crosby with Michael Feinstein at Carnegie Hall. Jim was honored to sing with Barbara Cook, Lauren Bacall and a bevy of Broadway stars at President Clinton’s First State Dinner at the White House. For eighteen years, he has hosted the weekly showbiz bash “Jim Caruso’s Cast Party” at Birdland, Jazz at Lincoln Center and across the country. For the past year, he has been storming YouTube with “Pajama Cast Party.” He also books and produces the Broadway at Birdland concert series, and performs regularly with Billy Stritch at Bemelmans Bar at The Carlyle Hotel. Jim’s two cds, “The Swing Set” and “Caruso Live and In Person” are available online. www.Jim-Caruso.com