8:00 pm | Aaron & Cecile Goldman Theater
Sirius/XM Radio star and Broadway pianist Seth Rudetsky explores his own private audio/video collection in his one-man show, Deconstructing Broadway. With perfect comic timing, Rudetsky deconstructs what’s vocally amazing and what’s a vocal travesty (Patti LuPone versus Madonna in Evita). He has played piano for more than a dozen Broadway shows including Ragtime and Les Misérables. Rudetsky wrote for "The Rosie O’Donnell Show," was the vocal coach on MTV’s "Legally Blonde: Search for Elle Woods" and writes a weekly column at Playbill.com.
“Funniest Gay Male in NY” —Stand-Up New York
This performance is funded by the Arthur Tracy “The Street Singer” Endowment Fund. Honoring the memory and musical legacy of Arthur Tracy—the renowned radio, stage and screen singer and entertainer whose talent delighted millions around the world—the arts programs supported by this fund continue Tracy’s ability to entertain for years to come.
Presented in partnership with the 16th Street J’s Kurlander Program for Gay & Lesbian Outreach & Engagement (GLOE), EntryPointDC and Theater J
The Washington DCJCC is proud to be a Capital Pride 2010 Community Partner
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