Wednesday, April 23, 2014

In the Tony-nominated hit Broadway play Say Goodnight, Gracie, Alan Safier brings Burns back to life—in this journey through more than 90 years of American entertainment history. Featuring vintage photographs and video clips from Burns’ iconic film and television performances, The New York Times declares “You’ll be in heaven yourself, at least for an hour and a half!”

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Friday, April 25, 2014

The New York Times declares that Gabriel Kahane’s music “absorbs everything from nineteen-twenties neoclassicism to blue-grass and modern indie pop with potent melodies bridging the disparate styles.” This accomplished songwriter, singer, pianist, composer, guitarist, and banjo player recently made his Carnegie Hall debut.

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Saturday, May 17, 2014

Spend an evening with three of Broadway's most legendary performers as they take you on a musical journey through their award-winning careers on the Great White Way—Donna McKechnie, Jeffry Denman, and Pamela Myers! Be there as these engaging and influential performers share their stories and reprise the show-stopping songs that made them stars!

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The Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts is a non-profit,
multi-disclipinary cultural arts center that presents performances
by world-renowned artists and ensembles, offers arts education
opportunities, and curates the Ploch Art Gallery, which features
both national and Wisconsin-based fine artists.