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Natalie Douglas

The First Time…The Music of Roberta Flack”

Saturday, May 15 at 8:00 pm
Sunday, May 16 at 2:00 pm

Called “a true force of nature” by Clive Davis of The Times, twelve-time MAC, two-time Bistro & NYC Nightlife Award winner, the sensational Natalie Douglas makes her Bucks County Playhouse debut with her smash hit tribute “The First Time…The Music of Roberta Flack.” After SRO performances of this concert in San Francisco, London and NYC, Natalie Douglas is thrilled to share this stunning tribute to the phenomenal Roberta Flack. Through the use of her gorgeous voice and fascinating stories about Ms. Flack, Natalie and her acclaimed music director, Mark Hartman, celebrate the hallmarks of Roberta Flack’s career – that luminous voice, and peerless musical virtuosity, leading to chart-topping song after song, and garnering millions of sales along with well-deserved awards & accolades. As a young girl, Natalie joined Flack’s many fans around the world in their devotion to Flack’s beauty, dignity, and emotional impact. Natalie performs songs associated with the legendary singer, including “Making Love,” “Compared to What?,” “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” and of course, “Killing Me Softly with His Song.” Don’t miss this celebration of one of the world’s most beloved singers – Roberta Flack.
Natalie’s award-winning CD, “Human Heart,” and her two previous CDs are available on iTunes, Amazon.com, Spotify, GooglePlay and her website: nataliedouglas.com

 

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