John Cullum: An Accidental Star
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Go behind the scenes with Broadway icon John Cullum -- from his 1960 debut in CAMELOT and Tony Award-winning performances in Shenandoah and On The Twentieth Century, to starring roles in On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, Urinetown and The Scottsboro Boys. John captivates with songs from the Golden Age of the American Musical and never-before-heard stories of working with friends Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Goulet, Julie Andrews, and more. An Accidental Star is a rare opportunity to revisit the making of some of Broadway's greatest shows, and the funny, moving and fascinating encounters John had along the way.
Venue: Virtual / Online Event
108 West 15th Street
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