Broadway’s Michelle Dawson, Teddy Coluca And Kevin Kern Among The Performers In Bridge Studio For The Performing Arts Benefit
By Mel Fabrikant Monday, November 19, 2012, 04:22 PM EST
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church
Saturday, December 8th @ 7pm
Tickets are $10
100% of the proceeds will be donated for Super storm Sandy Relief
The concert will take place at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church (344 Washington Ave, Dumont, NJ) the concert will feature the celebrated Bridge Studio’s Community Caroling Choir along with stars from the NY and NJ stage including Michelle Dawson (Broadway’s Mama Mia, Show Boat), Singer/songwriter Matt DeMarco, Teddy Coluca (Broadway’s The Ritz, “30 Rock”), Kevin Kern (Broadway’s Les Miz, Wedding Singer, Wicked and Papermill Playhouse’s Curtains), and Elizabeth Nicholas Synnott (Barefoot in the Park, Terrance NcNally’s Masterclass, "Chichester Psalms" at Carnegie Hall and more to be announced.
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected by the hurricane and we dedicate ourselves to their strengths and the rebuilding of their lives. Our resolve is to join together as a community and lend our talents and voices for such a worthwhile and necessary cause.” Ken Melamed, BSPA
Bridge Studio for the Performing Arts, located in Dumont, New Jersey, strives to be the bridge to the performing outlet of the world, New York City. Its goal is to create an artistic environment that welcome all to express their talents freely. Bridge Studio began with the belief that all of its students, regardless of age or level, fuse their creative energies with their everyday lives. The studio caters to all level of performers from professional performer, up and coming stars f stage and screen and those who want to learn the behind-the-scenes action. Bridge Studio was founded by Elizabeth N. Synnott, and Ken Melamed.
BRIDGE STUDIO FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS BENEFIT HOLIDAY CONCERT
Saturday, December 8, 2012
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church is located at 344 Washington Ave, Dumont, NJ
Tickets are $10 (larger donations are graciously accepted) and 100% of the proceeds will be go to the victims of Sandy