Vanessa Williams, Carolee Carmello, and More Star in Encores!’ Hey, Look Me Over!, Starting February 7

Encores! News   Vanessa Williams, Carolee Carmello, and More Star in Encores!’ Hey, Look Me Over!, Starting February 7
 
The revue celebrates musicals that have not yet made it to the Encores! stage.

Tony winner Bebe Neuwirth, Tony nominees Judy Kuhn, Vanessa Williams, and Carolee Carmello, and more star in the City Center Encores! production of Hey, Look Me Over! The original revue, which opens the 25th season of the Tony-honored series, is presented February 7–11.

Judy Kuhn, Bebe Neuwirth, Vanessa Williams, and Carolee Carmello
Judy Kuhn, Bebe Neuwirth, Vanessa Williams, and Carolee Carmello

To celebrate Encores! at 25, Artistic Director Jack Viertel and music director Rob Berman created the collection of excerpts from shows that have not yet found a berth on the City Center stage: All American, George M!, Greenwillow, Jamaica, Mack & Mabel, Milk and Honey, Sail Away, and Wildcat.

Bob Martin, nominated for a Tony Award for his performance in The Drowsy Chaperone, returns to his role as Man-in-Chair, who turns out to be a longtime Encores! subscriber, ready to lead audiences through this guided tour of musical sequences.

Read: WHY ENCORES! RESURRECTED DROWSY CHAPERONE'S 'MAN IN CHAIR' FOR ITS NEW REVUE

In addition to Martin, Neuwirth, Kuhn, Williams, and Carmello, the production stars Clyde Alves, Clifton Duncan, Marc Kudisch, Tam Mutu, Nancy Opel, Douglas Sills, Alexandra Socha, Reed Birney, and Britney Coleman.

Read: VANESSA WILLIAMS, CAROLEE CARMELLO, AND MORE ON CHANNELING LEGENDS IN ENCORES! CONCERT HEY, LOOK ME OVER!

The production is directed by Marc Bruni with musical direction by Berman and choreography by Denis Jones.

Encores! at 25 continues with Grand Hotel, The Musical (March 21-25) and Me and My Girl (May 9–13).

(Updated February 7, 2018)

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