Broadway Star Melissa Errico

Sondheim & More

Tedd Firth, piano

Bennett Gordon Hall
Saturday, September 8, 2018
5:00 PM
Gates Open
5:00 PM
Concert Starts

Tickets: $10
No lawn sales

About The Artist

Tony Award-nominee Melissa Errico has established herself as a Broadway star, film and television actress, recording and concert artist. She has starred in the Broadway musicals “Anna Karenina,” “My Fair Lady,” “High Society,” “Dracula,” “White Christmas” and “Amour” and the first national tour of “Les Misérables.” At The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, she has starred in “The Sound of Music,” “My Fair Lady” and “Camelot.” Her solo CDs include, “Blue Like That” (EMI/Capitol Records) “Lullabies & Wildflowers” (VMG/Universal), “Legrand Affair” (Ghostlight/Sony) and “What About Today? Melissa Errico Live at 54 Below” (Broadway Records; CD & DVD). She has starred in plays by Shaw, Oscar Wilde and Wally Shawn. Television roles include, the series ”Central Park West” by Darren Star, recurring roles on Steven Soderbergh's ”The Knick” (Catherine) and Showtime’s “Billions” (June). Melissa Errico's shows at Ravina are produced by Mark Cortale.

Of her recent New York appearances with this Sondheim concert, The New York Times raved "she sings beautifully. Her familiarity with the way the songs work to advance character and story in vivo naturally informs her in vitro style, which is actorly to begin with. An attention to the lyrics and their rush of harsh "wisdoms" was Ms. Errico's keynote. She refreshed cabaret staples, and lightly jazzed others, demonstrating how the meaning that is locked in tiny verbal gestures can be released with bold phrasing." (Jesse Green)

Check out Melissa's recent article in the NY Times.