Given the current COVID-19 situation in NC we have made the hard decision to postpone this event. We will let you know when we reschedule it.
Wallace Rose Hill Friends of the Arts
BROADWAY AND BEYOND HIGHLIGHTS
FRIENDS OF THE ARTS APRIL 2FUNDRAISER
Where: Celtic Court/Mad Boar
When: Thursday April 2nd
Broadway and Beyond is a special theatrical entertainment created especially for the April 2nd Wallace-Rose Hill Friends of the Arts event.The cabaret features Broadway classics, favorite pop tunes, an original song or two, and a few terrific surprises.Broadway andBeyond features Broadway Conductor & Orchestrator Doug Oberhamer at the piano and two special guests from New York who croon, rock, rap and take you on an unforgettable musical journey.
The event also features a student FOA logo contest that guests will vote for, a sale of the students’ art, as well as the elementary school students’ art display.
There will be a music presentation from students, and past FOA scholarship winners will also perform and speak.
It’s a great evening of original Broadway and Beyond…and local… entertainment you won’t want to miss.See you there!
Broadway and Beyond Bios
Andrew Mayer. Broadway: Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812. Other credits include: I Spy A Spy (NYC World Premiere), The Hello Girls (Prospect Theater), Oliver (Goodspeed) Appoggiatura (Indiana Rep), Prince of Egypt (Dreamworks Theatrical), The 12 (Denver Center), Dying for It (Atlantic Theater), Fiddler on the Roof (Barrington Stage). Andrew appears in the blockbuster video game “Red Dead Redemption 2” as the magician Benjamin Lazarus. He encourages you to find his ‘show’ in-game and shoot him! He won’t press charges, promise. Also a stage combat specialist, Andrew performs and choreographs for stage and screen. Training: Boston University School of Theatre, Manhattan School of Music, LAMDA. Connect on Instagram: @AcMusikman - www.andrewCmayer.com
Tina Stafford. A New York based actor-musician has traveled the world bringing stories to life.She spent two years on the road with the first national tour of the Broadway musicalOnce.and recent appearances includeMurder on the Orient ExpressandInto the Breechesat the Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota Florida.Leading roles around the country: Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Buck’s County Playhouse, Paper Mill Playhouse, Goodspeed Musicals, Cleveland Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, Cape Playhouse, Westport Country Playhouse, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Arena Stage, Geva Theatre Center, Kansas City Rep, and the Utah, Texas and Maine Shakespeare Festivals, among many others. Proud AEA member.
Doug Oberhamer. Credits include: Cagney, Swing!, Hamlet the Rock Musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Saturday Night Fever, We Will Rock You, Rocky, Crazy For You, The Man of La Mancha, Errol and Fidel, Frankenstein, Nunsense, What Do Critics Know?, Dracula, Reel to Real, My Vaudeville Man, Wanda’s World, Flight of the Lawnchair Man, I Got Fired, Women on the Verge, Seeing Stars,Rings, and Gemini. Best Orchestration Bistro Award winner for Little Death and Best Orchestration winner for Errol and Fidel at the New York Musical Festival. Featured on the Grammy nominated album Swing! His album, The Oberhamer Brothers: Together Again is currently on the charts and on SiriusXM. Love to his wife Christine and daughters Scarlett and Natalie for their love and support.
Bill Castellino. Recently directedMarry Harry, a film to be released Summer, 2020. He directed these World Premieres:Cagney, Soulmates, Great Divorce, Grumpy Old Men, Christmas in Hell, Jolson, Dr. Radio, Lizzie Borden, Heartbeats, I Spy A Spy, Presidents, others. Also:Hamlet the Rock Musical, Desperate Measures, Storyville, Ionescopade, Tarzan, Rent, Gypsy, Rocky Horror, Carousel, Godspell, Music Man, West Side, Joseph, Tommy Little Shop, Evita, Hair Fame, Chess, and many others. He has directed television (PBS, ABC, HBO, Cinemax, SHO); Tours (National & International), Concerts & Cabarets (New York, Las Vegas); and numerous special events. Awards: NY Outer Critics, Jefferson, Telly, 4 LA Weekly, 11 Drama-Logue; many nominations include Lortel, Off-Broadway Theatre Alliance, Audelco, Carbonelle, LA Theatre Critics, others.