Leslie Kritzer at Barrington Stage July 30
Kritzer Sings Jule Styne with Vadim Feichtner
By: Barrington - 07/18/2012
Barrington Stage Company presents the return of Broadway’s Leslie Kritzer in Hello, Gorgeous! Leslie Kritzer Sings Jule Styne, with music director Vadim Feichtner, on Monday, July 30 at 7pm on the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage, 30 Union Street.
Leslie is a two-time Drama Desk Award nominee who portrayed ‘Adelaide’ in last year’s hit production of Guys and Dolls. Leslie also starred in BSC’s Musical Theatre Lab 2010 world premiere of The Memory Show (scheduled for a NY run at The Transport Group).
Notorious for her feisty, antic, hilarious cabaret shows, here Leslie celebrates one of her musical heroes, Jule Styne, the great American songwriter who created the scores of Gypsy, Funny Girl, and Bells Are Ringing, among many others, and wrote songs like “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend,” “Don’t Rain on My Parade,” and “Time After Time.”
Kritzer recently starred in the new Kander and Ebb revue First You Dream at the Kennedy Center and in the NYMF production of A Letter to Harvey Milk. She made her Lincoln Center Songbook debut in February of this year with a sold-out engagement of Hello, Gorgeous! Leslie Kritzer Sings Jule Styne. Kritzer’s Broadway credits include Sondheim on Sondheim, A Catered Affair (Drama Desk nomination), Legally Blonde (Clarence Derwent Award for Most Promising Female Performer), and Hairspray. She received critical acclaim and a Time Out New York award for her sold-out Joe's Pub run of Leslie Kritzer is Patti LuPone at Les Mouches (a performance she repeated at the Plush Room in San Francisco). Off-Broadway and regional credits include Judas and Me (NYMF-2009 Outstanding Individual Performance Award), On The Town (Encores!), The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Drama Desk nomination), and the world premiere of Vanities. She has performed at London's Royal Albert Hall as a guest soloist honoring Tim Rice and Alan Menken.
Vadim Feichtner (Music Director) served as music director/dance arranger for the Broadway production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. His Off Broadway credits include Ordinary Days, Elegies: A Song Cycle, The Burnt Part Boys, The Public Theater’s As You Like It and Lincoln Center American Songbook’s Songs of Innocence and Experience (both co-composed with William Finn), I Sing!, Infinite Joy, Cam Jansen and V-Day. His regional credits include Nobody Loves You, Little Miss Sunshine, The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown, The Memory Show, Party Come Here, The Mysteries of Harris Burdick, and See Rock City. He has worked on concerts for Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Leslie Kritzer and Lisa Howard.