The Cher Show’s Stephanie J. Block Goes It Solo in May 4 PBS Concert

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The Falsettos and Wicked star’s concert was filmed in December.

The Live from Lincoln Center Presents — Stars in Concert series, which recently broadcast concerts with Tony winners Sutton Foster and Leslie Odom Jr., continues May 4 at 9 PM ET with an evening with two-time Tony nominee Stephanie J. Block, who will return to the stage in the forthcoming new musical The Cher Show.

Sutton Foster, Leslie Odom Jr., Andrew Rannells, and Stephanie J. Block
Sutton Foster, Leslie Odom Jr., Andrew Rannells, and Stephanie J. Block

Watch a trailer for the concert in the video above, which features the Wicked and Falsettos star’s exciting Broadway belt on “I Don't Care” (from the 1953 film The I Don't Care Girl) and the Wicked anthem “Defying Gravity.”

Read: MICAELA DIAMOND AND TEAL WICKS JOIN STEPHANIE J. BLOCK AS TITLE ROLE IN THE CHER SHOW, FULL CAST ANNOUNCED

Block, Odom Jr., and Foster are three of four Broadway favorites who offered solo concerts last December at the Appel Room in Manhattan. Tony nominee and The Boys in the Band star Andrew Rannells’ concert was also filmed and will be broadcast May 11. Select episodes will also be available on BroadwayHD.

Read: HOW SUTTON FOSTER, LESLIE ODOM JR., AND OTHER BROADWAY STARS LANDED SPECIALS ON PBS

“We have assembled an incredible lineup for this series, which offers the rare opportunity to see beloved Broadway stars in an intimate setting, and in their own words,” said Andrew C. Wilk, executive producer of Live From Lincoln Center, in an earlier statement. “This group of artists have garnered 13 Tony nominations between them. If you’re a Broadway fan, a follower of these talented artists, or even if you just love a beautiful song, this is a series not to be missed.”

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