Four intimate evenings with Broadway’s best.
Studio Tenn and Tennessee Performing Arts Center present the return of our Cabaret On Stage series, featuring four intimate evenings on TPAC’s Jackson Hall stage with legendary performers, including Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer KRISTIN CHENOWETH (Schmigadoon!, Wicked); Emmy Award-winning actress and recording artist LIZ CALLAWAY (Merrily We Roll Along, Baby) with Broadway, television, and film actor JASON GRAAE (Falsettos, Wicked); award-winning actor and multi-platinum recording artist SAM HARRIS (The Life, The Producers); and four-time Tony nominee JUDY KUHN (Fiddler on the Roof, Les Misérables) who sang the title role in Disney’s Pocahontas.
Joining Harris and Kuhn as emcee and musical director is JOHN McDANIEL, a Grammy and Emmy Award-winning music director, composer, director, arranger, and producer. Callaway and Graae will be joined by pianist ALEX RYBECK, an award-winning composer, arranger, and musical director known for his work on Broadway (Damn Yankees, Merrily We Roll Along), in concerts and cabarets, and recordings. Chenoweth will be joined by musical director MARY-MITCHELL CAMPBELL, a conductor, composer, and music director for many Broadway shows (Mean Girls, The Prom).
Studio Tenn is a professional regional theatre company based in Franklin, Tennessee. Its programming centers around innovative, custom-designed presentations of classic plays and musicals as well as an original “Legacy” series of theatrical concerts celebrating the work of legendary performers and musicians. For more information about its 2022-23 season, visit StudioTenn.org.
Tennessee Performing Arts Center continues to adjust health and safety protocols according to recommendations of health and government officials. At this time, our Patron Entry Policy no longer requires proof of a negative COVID-19 test or vaccination, and masks are required for Cabaret On Stage performances.
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