Manhattan Concert Productions inaugurated its BROADWAY SERIES in 2013 with a sold-out concert performance of Ragtime, featuring a star-studded cast of 20, a chorus of over 200 singers, and accompanied by the enlarged forces of the all-professional New York City Chamber Orchestra. MCP has continued to feature Broadway, TV, and movie stars with full chorus and orchestra in critically-acclaimed performances of Titanic in 2014, Jason Robert Brown's Tony award-winning Parade in 2015, Lucy Simon & Marsha Norman's The Secret Garden in 2016, and The 25th Anniversary Concert Performance of George and Ira Gershwin's Crazy For You in 2017 at David Geffen Hall (formerly Avery Fisher Hall), Lincoln Center. In 2018, MCP presented Broadway Classics in Concert, a celebration of the past several installments of the BROADWAY SERIES, featuring music by the composers and reunions of MCP BROADWAY SERIES Alumni. 2019 included Frank Wildhorn and Nan Knighton’s The Scarlet Pimpernel.
MCP is excited to announce the tenth installment of its BROADWAY SERIES: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Two-time Tony Award nominee Michael Arden (Stage Director) and two-time Tony Award winner Stephen Oremus (Music Director) unite to lead this concert performance featuring a chorus of over 200 singers from across the United States, a stunning professional cast and creative team, and the outstanding New York City Chamber Orchestra. On Broadway, Arden directed Once on This Island and the hugely successful revival of Spring Awakening. He has performed extensively in TV, film, Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. Oremus, a sought-after music director, orchestrator and arranger, received Tony awards for his orchestrations of Book of Mormon and Kinky Boots.
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