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Celebrating our 67th year of continual theatre productions in Greenwich, CT.

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Rodgers and Hart
A Celebration!
previously known as 
"Sing for Your Supper"

October 10,11,12,17,18,19,24,25,26.
 Fridays and Saturdays​ 8 pm and Sundays 1 pm                      
Location: First Congregational Church,
108 Sound Beach Ave., Greenwich, CT.

Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered, Blue Moon, Lover, Sing for Your Supper, There's a Small Hotel, I Could Write a Book, With a Song in My Heart, Falling in Love with Love, The Lady is a Tramp, Where or When....... and more!

Musical Director: Chris Coogan
Director: Donna McLaughlin Wyant                                  

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Sunday, October 19, 2014
The Connecticut Playmakers Present Rodgers and Hart's "Sing For Your Supper"

The Connecticut Playmakers are presenting the best of Rodgers and Hart’s Broadway songs in a fully-staged musical review Sing for Your Supper, playing at the First Congregational Church in Old Greenwich, through Oct. 26.

Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart wrote over 500 songs for 26 Broadway musicals. In 1926 they had five musicals running on Broadway simultaneously. Now 21 performers sing and dance their way through over 40 of the best of Rodgers and Hart’s classics, including Johnny One Note, Sing for your Supper, Blue Moon, Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered, Where or When, and The Lady is a Tramp, and the quirky, comedic To Keep My Love Alive.

Director Donna McLaughlin Wyant, who has produced shows featuring Tony Bennett, Donna Summer, Natalie Cole and the Irish Tenors, is an Emmy and Clio-award-winning producer says, “This show brings the best of Broadway to Connecticut for what you’d pay to park you car for a couple hours in Manhattan.“

Co-Producer Peggi de la Cruz says, “We are fortunate to have some world-class talent available for the limited run of our show. Berlin-trained Meistersinger Patric Hale has recorded 25 CDs in seven languages, is a winner of New York City’s Mario Lanza Competition, and has performed at European music festivals to audiences of over 5,000 people. Westport native and soprano Lucia Palmieri had her sold-out solo debut in Carnegie Hall in 2006, has performed with the New York City Grand Opera, and has been featured in shows on Bravo and ESPN.” According to de la Cruz, “After you see these performers and 19 other enchanting singers and dancers, plus the band led by Chris Coogan, we know that you will leave with great memories and a song in your heart.”

"One of the best shows I've seen in years, and the best evening entertainment for the price! I highly recommend this musical celebration-great singers. Loved It!"

Westport soprano Lucia Palmieri performs “Jupiter Forbid” in the Connecticut Playmakers production of the best of Rodgers and Hart’s Broadway songs in a fully-staged song and dance musical “Rodgers & Hart A Celebration” at the auditorium at First Congregational Church in Old Greenwich through Oct. 26. Performances are Friday and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 1 p.m. Said Palmieri: “Though I have sung Italian opera to crowds of 40,000 people in Central Park, I enjoy the intimate way we connect with the audience in Old Greenwich with the sparking American songs of Rodgers and Hart.” For more information and to purchase tickets, click here. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Photo by David Rauch

Westport Soprano Performs Rodgers & Hart