Veterans of the New York musical theatre stage, Lauren Kennedy and Alan Campbell, will sing a wide range of musical and content styles when they perform Thursday, Sept. 23, at Emory & Henry College.
This husband-and-wife duet will combine their impressive Broadway and musical pedigrees to give a performance that entertains with solid vocal performances and reflections on married life. The performance, entitled “It Takes Two,” begins 7:30 p.m. in the Wiley Hall auditorium.
Individually, the singers have performed roles in such Broadway hits as “Les Miserables,” “Spamalot,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Side Show,”” South Pacific,” and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” She was a fresh-faced ingénue plucked from a classical focus at the Cincinnati Conservatory by Andrew Lloyd Webber. He made waves as the young male lead opposite Glenn Close in “Sunset Boulevard.”
Their repertoire includes songs that are giddy and light-hearted as well as powerful and poignant. They include Broadway musical and pop-rock milestones as well as fresh, undiscovered gems from new composers and lyricists.
Tickets for the concert are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Emory & Henry students are admitted free of charge with identification. Students from other institutions are admitted for $3. For more information, contact email@example.com or 276-944-6846.