Tony Nominee Pascal’s performance at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center will be hosted by Seth Rudetsky who will also provide piano backing and some comedy inputs.
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Adam Pascal responsible for creating some of the most memorable roles in recent Broadway history will be taking his talents to the West Coast when he appears in a one night show as part of the Broadway at The Broad Stage on March the 29th.
This will be the first time that Pascal has appeared in a Broad Stage production, which were first inaugurated in 2011 by producer Mark Cortale, and which have been held in a number of venues , including Los Angeles, with Pascal’s performance scheduled for the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center in Santa Monica, California
For his Broadway at The Broad Stage series, Pascal has promised to perform a number of classic Broadway songs, including those by Sondheim, Kander and Jonathan Larson, as well as classic rock from such as artists as The Beatles, Billy Joel, Elton John and Pink Floyd.
Adam Pascal who was a Tony nominee in 1996 for his performance as Roger Davis in Rent, has since appeared in a number of hit Broadway productions, including Aida, Cabaret, Memphis and Chicago. Adam continued in his role of Roger Davis for both the London production, as well as the film version. Adam was back in London recently when he played Freddie in Chess at the Royal Albert Hall in London,
Seth Rudetsky who will acting as host for Adam’s performance, as well as providing backing on the piano, is a well known radio host and talented comedian, as well as a three-time Emmy nominee as a writer for “The Rosie O’Donnell Show”.
The Broadway performance concerts, now in their fourth season are the brainchild of Los Angeles based producer and impresario, Mark Cortale. Originally opening in Los Angeles, the success of the show has seen it premiering in 2013 in New Orleans, and in the West End of London, with other shows planned for Fort Lauderdale, The Poconos, Hartford, Connecticut and Detroit.