02/28/19 Josephine Sanges @ LBT 7PM

02/28/19 Josephine Sanges @ LBT 7PM

Josephine Sanges CELEBRATES Harold Arlen
COME RAIN OR COME SHINE · The Music of Harold Arlen ·
7:00 PM, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 ·
THE LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATER · 407 W. 42nd Street

By popular demand, The Laurie Beechman Theatre is proud to present award-winning vocalist Josephine Sanges in a special return for one night only, Josephine Sanges – Come Rain or Come Shine,  – Thursday, February 28, 2019…

2017 Margaret Whiting Award winner JOSEPHINE SANGES taps into the Academy Award- winning songbook of HAROLD ARLEN (“I’ve Got The World on a String,” “Stormy Weather,” “Over the Rainbow, “Blues in the Night”) with songs from Hollywood (“The Wizard of Oz,” “A Star is Born”) and Broadway (“St. Louis Woman,” “House of Flowers”) in her critically acclaimed show COME RAIN OR COME SHINE

Collaborators with Harold Arlen include E.Y. “Yip” Harburg, Billy Rose, Ira Gershwin, Ted Koehler, Johnny Mercer and Truman Capote. His Broadway shows included Bloomer Girl, Saratoga, House of Flowers, Jamaica, St. Louis Woman and revues.

COME RAIN OR COME SHINE
“From the first phrase sung, the audience can relax and know they are in the presence of a star in complete command of her art…Sanges has an incredibly flexible instrument…a jazz singer with a rare instinct for interpreting lyrics at the same time.”  (4/12/18) Bart Greenberg – Cabaret Scenes

Josephine Sanges, 2018 MAC La Mott Friedman Recording Award winner (Finding Beauty,) 2017 Margaret Whiting Award winner and 2017 Broadway World nominee, made her cabaret debut in 2014 and, since that time, has been a featured artist at the Mabel Mercer Foundation’s annual Cabaret Convention, performing at Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, and Rose Hall at Lincoln Center.

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