Broadway Stars to Perform Songs from Quentin Tarantino’s Films on May 4 in New York City

Quentin Tarantino Songbook
Quentin Tarantino
‘s films contain some of the most memorable music sequences in recent memory — from the infamous torture scene set to Stealers Wheel “Stuck in the Middle With You” in Reservoir Dogs, the Jack Rabbit Slim’s dance competition featuring Chuck Berry’s “You Never Can Tell” in Pulp Fiction, and many, many more.

Broadway veterans will perform songs from Tarantino’s first three movies — Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, and Jackie Brown — in a very special concert at New York’s B.B. King Blues Club & Grill (237 W 42nd Street) on May 4. Performers include Victoria Cook (Into The Woods, The Theory of Everything), Scott Coulter (PBS’ A Christmas Carol, multiple MAC award winner), Jessica Hendy (Cats, Aida, Amour), Blaine Krauss (The Lion King), and Mike Schwitter (Pippin, Book Of Mormon).

Music will be performed by The Hateful Eight Orchestra featuring Micah Burgess (Beautiful, Soul Doctor), John Chudoba (Motown, West Side Story), Taku Hirano (Bette Midler, Whitney Houston), Donna Kelly (Housewives on Prozac), Steve Lyon (Something Rotten), Josh Plotner (Elf National Tour), and Matt Scharfglass. Adam B. Levowitz will serve as Music Director, Arrangements & Orchestrations.

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