‘An Evening With Danny Kaye’ to Benefit The American Century Theater on May 6th at 7 PM at Artisphere

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Brian Childers returns to perform An Evening with Danny Kaye, the show he “always wanted to perform’, to benefit The American Century Theater (TACT) on Monday, May 6, 2013 at Artisphere – 1101 Wilson Boulevard, in Arlington, VA, a two-block walk from the Rosslyn Metro Station on The Yellow and Blue Lines.

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Stephen Nachamie directs, and Jeff Biering is Music Director, with Franca Vercelloni accompanying Brian on the piano.

The benefit begins at 7 p.m. with a reception in Artisphere’s Upper Town Hall, awith an 8 PM performance of An Evening with Danny Kaye in the Lower Town Hall. Coffee and dessert follows the performance.

Tickets, which are $85, can be purchased here.

Here is my July 1, 2009 interview with Brian Childers (Danny), Kimberly Faye Greenberg (Sylvia Fine), who played in New York, and TACT’s Jack Marshall and MetroStage’s Carolyn Griffin, from my Theatre Schmooze column at DCTheatreScene.

Tomorrow: Brian Childers on An Evening With Danny Kaye.

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Brian Childers’ website.


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