Jeff Award-winner Kelvin Roston, Jr. hosts the latest virtual installment of Porchlight’s popular music series. Roston and a roster of up-and-coming talents celebrate the 1961 Broadway season, filmed at the historic Studebaker Theatre.
Award-winning Porchlight Music Theatre now has virtual programming available for you to stream for social groups, senior centers, drama clubs, Girl Scout Troops and others! The two current productions allow groups to experience a new musical production that is entertaining , informative and fun! Support local theatre, delight your crowd and build community with a streaming event. Also available for an additional fee: an exclusive question and answer session with Porchlight’s Artistic Director Michael Weber and other creatives.
Pricing begins as low as $250 per group viewing, depending on audience size, streaming structure, and other viewing options. Porchlight provides a link for you to share with your group via closed-circuit television or for small group viewing. For more information on how to bring these critically acclaimed programs to your groups, please reach out to August Compton, Audience Services Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Filmed on-site at Chicago’s historic Studebaker Theatre, the popular New Faces Sing Broadway cabaret series returns, virtually, this fall with host Larry Adams (Jeff Award-Nominated for his performance in Sunset Boulevard) and a line up of up-and-coming performers from Chicago’s music theatre scene.
Porchlight Music Theatre’s Artistic Director Michael Weber takes the audience on a guided tour of Broadway’s musical history from the late 1800s to the present day. Weber shares the story of how the American idiom, the musical, evolved decade by decade with ALL-NEW musical performances designed especially for this production.