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TRAVEL & ENTERTAINMENT: 42nd Street Moon Announces It’s New Virtual Subscription Series – “Moonbeams”

Sep 11, 2020
42nd Street Moon has just announced its newest virtual subscription series – “Moonbeams” – streaming fun, quality musical theatre productions right into your home starting October 1. Five Moonbeams shows give you an inside look into the world of musical theatre with twist and turns around every corner! Enjoy audience favorites like “From Broadway to Hollywood,” “Broadway Flipped!” and “The Longest Living Cater Waiter,” as well as other brand new shows:

“From Broadway to Hollywood” (Oct 1 - Oct 11, 2020) - Join award-winning pianist and master storyteller Richard Glazier on a musical tour of Broadway and Hollywood, featuring sensational songs written by everyone from George Gershwin to Marvin Hamlisch. Plus - special performances by some of your favorite Moon performers!

“Broadway Flipped!” (Oct 15 - Oct 25, 2020) - The third outing of 42nd Street Moon’s wildly-popular cabaret, where some of the Bay Area’s best musical theatre actors and favorite Moon performers sing songs from roles they would otherwise never get the chance to play. You’ll love every minute as Broadway gets turned upside down and inside out with moments delightful, poignant, and hysterical.

“The Oldest Living Cater Waiter” (Oct 29 - Nov 8, 2020) - Moon favorite Michael Patrick Gaffney’s award-winning one-man show offers up delicious insights into his complicated and hilarious careers as both a professional actor and a high-end waiter to the stars. Gaff cooks up numerous characters from his past with just the right amount of sauciness. Come celebrate one man’s journey of a life in the theater.

“A Distant Dinner Party with Jaron and Jess” (Nov 12 - Nov 22, 2020) - Jaron has taken up bread making and Jess can’t stop buying plants. Quarantine right? Bay Area favorites, Jessica Coker and Jaron Vesely are hungry for some great friends and great music – that’s why they have decided to host their first virtual dinner party! With superstar guests like Angel Adedokun, Danny Cozart, Marisa Cozart, Anthone Jackson, and Leslie Ivy Louthaman who knows what craziness will ensue!

“Home (Literally) for the Holidays” (Nov 26 - Dec 6, 2020) - In the style of great holiday variety shows from Perry Como, Andy Williams, John Denver, Cher, and countless others, we bring you an evening of music, laughter, and love from the 42nd Street Moon family to yours, and the hope that we can all soon share the joy and magic of live theater together in person.

For more information please visit 42ndstmoon.org/moonbeams.


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