The more you cling to things, The more you love them, The more the pain you suffer, When they’re taken from you.
An evening of broadway show tunes that remind us of the power of our hopes, dreams, and aspirations. Celebrate with us the closing of Vox Musica’s thirteenth concert season and this beloved American art form.
Spend the evening with Vox Musica as they celebrate their last concert of the season, Bernstein to Sondheim! Joined by special guest, actress Meryl Hathaway of television’s Riot on FOX, this production will feature a variety of Broadway show tunes, both old and new, reminding us of our hopes, dreams, and aspirations in a way that is energetic and will make everyone want to sing along.
Since its inception in New York during the mid 1800’s, Broadway been a driving force in shaping the culture and exquisiteness of the arts and theatre community we immerse ourselves in today. Originally showcasing Shakespearian plays and operas, musicals quickly took center stage, causing ticket sales to skyrocket and elevating Broadway to its current status as one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. Broadway musicals have the unique ability to share the pulse of a nation, containing strong messages of conflict, change, and possibility, and leaving the audience with hope for a better tomorrow.
Actress Meryl Hathaway will be our guide as we take a stroll through the music filled theaters of New York. This final concert offering from Vox Musica will have you humming along and smiling the whole evening through.
We hope you enjoy as we bring New York to Sacramento!
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Location: Beatnik Studios (723 S Street, Sacramento, CA, 95811)
$20.00 (adult pre-sale)
$25.00 (adult at-the-door)
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Meryl Hathaway got her start professionally in over 30 national commercials and many viral comedy videos. Soon after she created and starred in both her self produced web series, “Single Siblings” for which she won both acting and writing awards, and with the sketch series “Winnie: A Sister’s Story” in which she played a fictionally obsessed sister to her doppelgänger, Minnie Driver.
She has since performed live alongside Steve Carrell and Mayim Bialik as a regular on FOX’s “Riot” and guest starred on many shows, including as Brittany, Kristin Bell’s roommate, on “The Good Place”, “This Is Us”, “For the People”, “9-1-1”, “2 Broke Girls”, “Bunk’d” and notably recurred as Millie in Hulu’s “Deadbeat” and as Andie Tate in the return of HBO’s “The Comeback”. She will soon be attending the Palm Springs International Shortfest with her first self-written SAG short film, “It’s Your Call” opposite friend Tyler Labine (New Amsterdam on NBC).
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