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Musical theatre enthusiasts are in for a treat... A delightful dip into what is probably the greatest American songbook of them all! 

An evening of nostalgia and enchantment with a bit of modern sass thrown in! ... A rare treat - great songs, great performances and an affordable price! 

The song list is superb... Michael Harren's grand-piano playing is eloquent! -Backstage 

A delightful musical revue! ... If you enjoy music and song, then get over to E. 85th Street to see A Grand Night for Singing! - 

Critics call Grand Night a GRAND NIGHT!

Directed by David Fuller           Musical Direction by Michael Harren 

Choreography by Brittney Jensen       Set and Lighting Design by Giles Hogya 
Costume Design by Vivane Galloway 
Aaron Diehl (Asst. Director) 
Jaime Phelps (Prod. Stage Manager) 
Emily Gasser and Greg LoProto (Assist. Stage Managers).


The cast: 
Kerry Conte 
Jessica Greeley 
Judith Jarosz 
Mishi Schueller 
David Tillistrand 
[All appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association.]

[Originally produced by Roundabout Theatre Company, New York City, in 1993.]


  • A Grand Night for Singing opened the 1994 Broadway season with flair and distinction, garnering wildly enthusiastic notices and a Tony nomination for Best Musical. With a cast of two men and three women, this revue explores romance and relationship s using more than thirty Rogers and Hammerstein songs. Although each of R&H's musicals are represented, none of those songs' context or settings is retained: Rodgers & Hammerstein probably never imagined "Shall We Dance?" as a comic pas de deux, nor that one day a lovelorn lad might pose the musical question "How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?" That's precisely the kind of invention lavished upon this revue, with the innovative musical arrangements including a sultry Andrew Sisteresque "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out'a My Hair," a swinging "Honeybun," and a jazzy "Kansas City" leaving no question about how terrifically up to date the remarkable songs of R&H remain. Theater Ten Ten's production is the first New York City professional revival since the original Broadway run. Under the stage direction of David Fuller and the musical direction of Michael Harren (who teamed on the much acclaimed Happy End last season) A Grand Night for Singingwill be a whimsical and elegant journey through the stages of romance, from initial infatuation through enduring love.


Calendar Info


  • Preview, Friday, April 25 th. Press is invited beginning Saturday, April 26th. .

    • Dates: April 25-28, May 2-5, 9-12, 16-19, 22-25.

    • Times: All Fri., Sat., & Mon. performances are at 8:00PM.

    • Sundays are 3PM matinees only There is one Thursday performance on May 22 with an early 7:00pm curtain. Running time: 2 hours, with one intermission. 

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