The Broadway Tenors
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 7:30pm
Tickets $45–$55, Call 772-231-6990 or buy online.
Three new leading men. Three unbelievable voices. They’ll leave you breathless, recreating the roles they’ve played on Broadway and on stages all over the world.
Musical theater’s celebrated leading men transport you from Broadway's Golden Age to the newest hits and back again in a thrilling and moving evening of Broadway’s most beloved songs. You’ll delight to hear favorites from MY FAIR LADY, CATS, EVITA, MOULIN ROUGE, WEST SIDE STORY, and the list goes on.
Three leading men. Three unbelievable voices. They’ll leave you breathless, recreating the roles they’ve played on Broadway and on stages all over the world.
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MATT CAVENAUGH played Tony in the Broadway revival of West Side Story (Outer Critics Circle, Drama League Nominations). Other Broadway credits include Grey Gardens, A Catered Affair, and his Broadway debut in Urban Cowboy.
Matt has toured the country in productions of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Ragtime, Grease, and Strike Up the Band. Off-Broadway productions include Death Takes a Holiday and Grey Gardens.
Select regional theatre credits: Gigi (LA Reprise); It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman (DTC); A Catered Affair (The Old Globe); Palm Beach (La Jolla Playhouse); Anything Goes (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Carousel (Pittsburgh CLO); 2 Lives (George Street Playhouse); Princesses (Goodspeed Opera House); Dorian (Denver Center).
Television audiences know Matt as Mark Solomon on One Life to Live, Adam Munson on As the World Turns, and from Law & Order: CI. Matt played the character of Sean in the award winning indie film Sexual Dependency. He has twice collaborated with the New York Philharmonic for both The Soldier's Tale and Sondheim: The Birthday Concert, which also aired on PBS. Matt's debut album, Gonna Make You Love Me, is available on iTunes and CD Baby. www.mattcavenaugh.com.
KEVIN KERN is just back from starring as JM Barrie in the National Tour of Finding Neverland. He performed this role over a hundred times in the Broadway production as a standby for Matthew Morrison, Alfie Boe, and Tony Yazbeck.
Other Broadway credits include Wicked (Fiyero), The Bridges of Madison County (Standby for Robert Kincaid), First Date (Standby), The Wedding Singer (Standby for Robbie Hart), and Les Misérables (Marius). He has also performed in London where he was a part of the West End production of Hair.
On the other side of the globe, he has traveled and performed extensively in Asia. He helped open the Culture Square Theater in Shanghai and has performed concerts in Singapore and Manila. Currently, he is helping to develop Singapura, an original musical opening in 2015 in Singapore to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their independence.
Other travels have taken him to Los Angeles where he was in the Pre-Broadway production of 9 to 5 The Musical and across the country in the National Tour of The Music Of Andrew Lloyd Webber. He has also performed concerts in Mozambique, Chile, Argentina, and all around the Caribbean.
Closer to home, he was in the original Off-Broadway productions of Next To Normal at Second Stage Theater, played Woody in Finian's Rainbow at the Irish Repertory Theater, and was a swing in the original company of Altar Boyz, where he performed all five roles.
When he’s not working in New York, Kevin has performed across the country in such venues as The Papermill Playhouse in New Jersey, The St. Louis MUNY, Sacramento California Music Circus, The Virginia Opera, and The Signature Theater in Washington D.C. He has also performed at the world-famous Carnegie Hall.
Kevin originally moved to New York City to attend New York University where he earned a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. He and his wife, Megan Lawrence, have four crazy kids named Gus, Sunny Jo, Nolie, and Clover!
KYLE DEAN MASSEY appeared on the small screen as singer, songwriter and country heartthrob, Kevin Bicks on ABC’s Nashville. Kyle Dean was last seen on Broadway in the title role of Pippin. He previously starred on Broadway as Gabe in Next to Normal, Fiyero in Wicked, and Thalia in Xanadu. Off Broadway he was seen as Matthew in Altar Boyz and Billy Ray Jackson in Lucky Guy.
Kyle Dean has had the opportunity to perform throughout the U.S. as Fiyero in Wicked and as Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street, which he also performed in Japan. He played the title role in the musical Jekyll and Hyde in the world tour in South Korea. Kyle Dean was Tony in West Side Story at the MUNY Opera in St. Louis.
He has also participated in many readings and workshops including as Elder Michaels in the Book of Mormon and Spot Conlon in Newsies, among others.
Kyle Dean was raised in Jonesboro, Arkansas, a town 60 miles northwest of Memphis, TN. He started taking dance classes at age 6 after seeing his older sister perform in a local production of The Nutcracker. Although he spent almost all of his adolescent years singing in school choirs and studying the piano, it wasn’t until his sophomore year of high school that he did his first musical. He has now performed in over 60 productions and can be heard on numerous recordings.
In addition to his stage work, Kyle Dean has been seen on the screen in The Good Wife (CBS), Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central), Up All Night (NBC), Hart of Dixie (CW), Cupid (ABC), Sex And the City 2 (HBO Films) and the upcoming film Contest. He has also performed on Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, Regis & Kelly and The 62nd Annual Tony Awards. While starring in Next to Normal, Kyle Dean was the star of his own popular web-blog series, Normal Life, on Broadway.com.
Kyle Dean loves to teach and serves as a masterclass instructor and panel contributor for several different organizations including Camp Broadway, Broadway Artists Alliance, Broadway Connection, The Missouri Fine Arts Academy and Arkansas State University.
Kyle Dean is a passionate supporter of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, The Trevor Project and various human rights groups. He frequently performs in charity concerts at various venues across New York City.