February 24, 2018 | 8:00 p.m.
The Lindenwood Theater
Join us for an incredible evening of Broadway, without having to even get on an airplane. Broadway Live! brings all of your favorite Broadway songs to you, direct from New York City, for a performance you’ll never forget.
A roster of acclaimed Broadway performers will come together to perform your favorite songs from Guys & Dolls, The Sound of Music, West Side Story, A Chorus Line, Fiddler on the Roof, Wicked, Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, and much more!
This evening of entertainment will feature performances by Marissa McGowan, Carla Stickler, Charlotte Maltby, Bart Shatto, Roosevelt Andre, and Paul Schoeffler.
Marissa McGowan is an actress and singer based in New York City. She has appeared on Broadway in the revival of A Little Night Music alongside Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury (Original Cast Recording), Bonnie and Clyde (Original Cast Recording), and Les Miserables (Revival and National Tour), where she performed both the roles of Eponine and Cosette. Marissa had the honor of being chosen by Marvin Hamlisch to star as Stella Purdy in the world premier of Hamlisch's last musical, The Nutty Professor, directed by the legendary Jerry Lewis, for which she won the "Best Leading Actress Award."
Carla Stickler is an actress based in New York City. Most recently she could be seen in Wicked on Broadway understudying and performing the role of Elphaba. She has toured all over the United States and Canada in Mamma Mia! as well as throughout Asia with The Sound of Music. Carla holds her masters degree in theatre education from New York University and maintains a small voice studio in Brooklyn.
Charlotte Maltby is fresh off playing Maria Von Trapp in the first national tour of The Sound of Music, directed by Jack O’Brien. Prior to that, she was seen playing Young Shirley opposite Oscar-winner Shirley Jones in her autobiographical musical, Have You Met Miss Jones? New York credits include - Starting Here, Starting Now (Woman One, York Theatre) and Icon (Princess Constance, The Duke Theatre). Regional credits include - The Secret Garden (Martha, Theater Under the Stars/ Cincinnati Playhouse/ Baltimore Centerstage), Empire (Betty/Bill Johnson, La Mirada Theater), Hairspray (Penny Pingleton, The Muny), Les Miserables (Fantine, The Muny). Film credits include - Ithaca (Dir. Meg Ryan), AWOL (Dir. Deb Shoval), The Last Five Years (Dir. Richard LaGravenese), People People (Dir. Elizabeth Logan), and Work It, Honey (Dir. Denny Lawrence). Maltby's television credits include - Aquarius (Dir. David Duchovny/NBC). In addition, Maltby performed with the Houston and Omaha Symphony orchestras and is a proud University of Michigan graduate, Go Blue!
Bart Shatto has been featured in both original Broadway casts for the Tony-nominated Hands on a Hardbody, Tony-nominated The Civil War, and Dracula, originating the role of Texan Quincey Morris. He also played the iconic role of Jean Valjean in both the national tour and Broadway casts of Les Miserables. He has worked with award-winning directors Neil Pepe, Des McAnuff, Jerry Zaks, Jason Moore, Pat Birch and Richard Maltby Jr.
As a singer, he is a veteran singer of the Platinum-selling symphonic progressive-rock band Trans-Siberian Orchestra. National tour credits include - Cats (Gus/Growltiger), The Civil War (first national with Larry Gatlin and John Schneider), and Les Miserables. He has performed at renowned regional theaters including Actors Theatre of Louisville, Alley Theatre - Houston, Ford's Theatre (Helen Hayes nominee), and the Barter Theatre. Shatto also had the distinguished honor of performing for President George W. Bush at the National Theatre in Washington D.C. along with Maya Angelou, Hal Holbrook, Tricia Yearwood, and Clay Aiken.
In addition to his stage credits, Shatto can be heard as the voice of Gaspard's Papa in Disney Jr.'s animated series "Gaspard and Lisa". He is co-starring in the feature film Freedom opposite Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding Jr., (available on Netflix) and the musical film Life of An Actress. Shatto’s solo show “Back to Broadway: Heroes, Villains and Dreamers” will be produced at Feinsteins/54 Below later this year.
Roosevelt Andre has performed in both the Broadway and national tour productions of Show Boat and Porgy and Bess. He could be seen Off-Broadway in Marie Christine and The Prince and the Pauper. Regionally, Andre has performed in Ragtime, Show Boat, Pirates of Penzance, and Work Songs by Jason Moran and Alicia Hall. In addition to his stage credits, Andre is a featured vocalist in the Academy Award-winning film "12 Years A Slave", a featured soloist at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Bard Summer Opera Festival, and the Chicago Opera Theatre. Television credits include - Live from Lincoln Center and Last Night Tonight with John Oliver. Roosevelt has a Bachelor's of music education from Oregon State University, and master degrees of music and conducting from Northwestern University. He is a recipient of the Most Distinguished Alumni Fellow Award from Oregon State, and is also a published composer in choral and solo vocal music.
Paul Schoeffler is one of the foremost leading character actors working in Broadway musical theatre today. On Broadway, he has been seen as Hertz in Rock of Ages (cast album), Vittorio Vidal opposite Christina Applegate in Sweet Charity (cast album), Hook in Peter Pan opposite Cathy Rigby (cast album, filmed for A&E), Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast, and Le Bret in Cyrano. Schoeffler has also performed in Nine, Victor/Victoria, and Sunday in the Park with George. Schoeffler's numerous Off-Broadway appearances include Wintertime at Second Stage Theatre opposite Marsha Mason, the world premiere of No Way to Treat a Lady (cast album), The Fantasticks, Much Ado About Nothing, and The Cherry Orchard. National tours include performing as Javert in Les Miserables and Sheldrake in Promises/Promises. Regionally he has performed leading roles extensively, including The Count in the world premiere of Phantom by Yeston/Kopit (cast album), Flaminio Scala in the premiere of The Glorious Ones by Ahrens/Flaherty at PPT, and Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady and Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha among other roles as part of seven seasons at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia (two Barrymore nominations for best actor) and seven seasons at Sacramento Music Circus. Other theaters where he has performed lead roles include Papermill, the Goodspeed, The Huntington Theatre in Boston, and The Repertory Theatre of St Louis. Paul has also had an extensive voice-over career, having worked for NBC, CBS, CNN, ESPN, The Oxygen Network, and four seasons as multiple characters on Courage the Cowardly Dog for The Cartoon Network. TV appearances include Person of Interest, Law and Order, Midnight Caller, All My Children, and Guiding Light. A member of the New York Singing Teacher‘s Association (NYSTA), Schoeffler also teaches voice and coaches privately. He has done extensive concert work, including Broadway by the Year and Broadway Unplugged at Town Hall in New York, Broadway Ballyhoo at Feinstein‘s, Broadway in Bryant Park, and Symphony Silicon Valley among others.
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Balcony $ 29.50 Parterre $ 39.50 Orchestra $ 49.50 Platinum $ 69.50