Farah Alvin & William Michals

Farah Alvin - "The BEST YOUNG Musical Comedy SINGER to come along IN YEARS." -Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal

“Michals’ sonorous voice is nothing short of breathtaking…”
Broadway World's review of South Pacific

Farah Alvin & William Michals

Broadway's Greatest Hits of All Time!
Direct from Feinstein's 54Below in New York
The show that every musical-theater lover has been waiting for. The songs that made Broadway great, that made your heart soar, that you sing leaving the theatre and in the shower! You will hear many of the greatest Broadway songs of all time performed by two of Broadway's most acclaimed voices. The Gaslight is the first stop outside of New York for Scott Siegel's critically acclaimed and wildly popular concert series, which has been playing for 18 months at at Feinstein's/54 Below.

Farah Alvin has been in Broadway shows as diverse as Saturday Night Fever, Nine, and It Shoulda Been You (opposite Tyne Daly), and Off-Broadway in The Marvelous Wonderettes (which plays at The Rep this winter.) The Wall Street Journal pulls no punches, calling her
"The BEST YOUNG Musical Comedy SINGER to come along IN YEARS."

They don't make baritones like William Michals any more. With his rich, lustrous, resonating sound, William played Emile de Beque in the extremely well received and sold out run of South Pacific at Lincoln Center, singing such classics as “Some Enchanted Evening” and “This Nearly Was Mine.” He has starred as Don Quixote in many regional productions of Man of La Mancha.

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