THE MUSIC OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER IN CONCERT JUNE 18, 19, 25, 26 AT MEDIA THEATRE

The best of the Tony winning musicals "Phantom of The Opera", "Evita", "Cats", and more will be presented live on stage at The Media Theatre June 18, 19, 25, and 26. Theatre patrons will enjoy the greatest hits of Andrew Lloyd Webber.

"From London To New York: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber" is a production conceived and directed by Jesse Cline, Media Theatre's Artistic Director. With music direction by Christopher Ertelt, the two act revue of songs such as "Memory", "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" and "Love Changes Everything" will feature professional performers in an elegant setting.

Patrick Ludt, a long time favorite of audiences at The Media Theatre, will be a featured entertainer. He was seen alongside Andrea McArdle in "Hello Dolly" and was recently in "1776".  He'll be joined by three other cast members of "1776", Meredith Beck, Luke Brahdt, Elyse Langley, and Nicholas Saverine. 
Patrick Ludt
Media Theatre student Thomas Lock, who played the courier in "1776", will provide a youthful presence to the show, representing the theatre's mission of providing opportunities for young performers. Two other Media Theatre students will add to the talented list of performers: Anna Rosenthal and Molly Sorensen. Both are veterans of Media Theatre productions including "Billy Elliot" and "Beauty and the Beast". Sorensen was the "Vocalist Junior" winner two years ago. 

There may be a song from Webber's current Tony nominated musical "School of Rock" which was a huge comeback for the legendary composer. The Media Theatre is producing "School of Rock" in August to continue providing current popular entertainment for local audiences.

Tickets for "From London To New York: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber" are $30. The show is on Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 3pm for two weeks (June 18 and 19, and June 25 and 26). Call 610-891-0100 or visit mediatheatre.org


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