Preview: ‘Broadway Sings Sara Bareilles’ on November 2nd at The Highline Ballroom


On Monday, November 2, nearly two dozen Broadway stars will use one of their few days off to preform in a very special event, Broadway Sings Sara Bareilles at The Highline Ballroom (431 W. 16th Street). Performers will present the Grammy nominated singer-songwriter’s work in unique arrangements and orchestrations while backed by a full jazz band.

The Broadway Sings series launched in 2011 by Wicked and Godspell actor Corey Mach. The first edition  featured over a dozen Broadway stars singing Adele‘s songs with arrangements by Joshua Stephen Kartes. Mach and Kartes have continued to run the series several times a year, with music from artists ranging from Michael Jackson to P!NK.

The performers scheduled for Broadway Sings Sara Bareilles are:

Alysha Deslorieux (Hamilton)
Christine Dwyer (Wicked)
Drew Gehling (Jersey Boys)
Laura Michelle Kelly (Finding Neverland)
Aaron LaVigne (Spider Man: Turn off the Dark)
Douglas Lyons (Beautiful)
Corey Mach (Godspell)
Ben Platt (Book of Mormon)
Zak Resnick (Mamma Mia)
Ben Thompson (Matilda the Musical)
Barrett Wilbert Weed (Lysistrata Jones)
Natalie Weiss (Everyday Rapture)
Teal Wicks (Finding Neverland)
Jessica Keenan Wynn (Beautiful)
Alysha Umphress (On the Town)
Emily Afton (Hair)
Alexa Green (Wicked)
Addi McDaniel (The Fantasticks)
and the a cappella group RANGE

For tickets to Broadway Sings Sara Bareilles or to check out clips of previous performances, check out this link. For information on Broadway Sings, check out the website.

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