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Posted: Monday, October 9, 2017 1:52 PM

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From the mind of Gerard Alessandrini -- the award-winning creator of the theatrical legend "Forbidden Broadway" and the recent hit "Spamilton" -- comes a thrilling new nightclub presentation, "ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN THE THEATRE: THE SONGS OF MAURY YESTON", playing for 10 nights only October 4th through October 21st at The Triad (158 West 72nd Street, between Broadway and Columbus Ave).
Mr. Alessandrini puts aside his parody poison pen for this stylish celebration of the music of Maury Yeston, the man behind the Tony Award-winning shows "Nine", "Grand Hotel" and "Titanic". Featuring Yeston’s best-known songs from his classic shows plus many wonderful new songs that have yet to be performed in public, "ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN THE THEATRE: THE SONGS OF MAURY YESTON" boasts a stellar cast that includes Tony Award-nominee Robert Cuccioli, Alex Getlin, Justin Keyes, Michael Maliakel, and Jill Paice. "ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN THE THEATRE: THE SONGS OF MAURY YESTON" has musical direction by Greg Jarrett ("Dames at Sea", "Gigi", "Side Show").
Tickets are priced at $40 (balcony), $60 (general seating), and $80 (premium seats).
IMPORTANT NOTE: There is also a 2-drink minimum.
Tickets are on sale now online at http://www.triadnyc.com/buy-tickets and by phone at 212-279-4200.


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