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Under the Streetlamp

Doors: 7:00pm
(Artist) Website: Under the Streetlamp
Premium seating is available.
Premium prices include a $20 donation to the Theatre.

The Vaudeville Bar
will open and begin serving at 7:00 PM.
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Under the Streetlamp Bio:

UNDER THE STREETLAMP performs an electrifying evening of classic hits from the American radio songbook. Exuding the irresistible rapport of a modern day Rat Pack, the quartet — Eric Gutman, David Larsen, Brandon Wardell and Shonn Wiley — deliver an evening of unforgettable entertainment. You’ll hear Doo-Wop, Motown, old time Rock ‘n’ Roll and all of your favorite songs from The Drifters, The Beach Boys, The Beatles, and a “show-stopping” salute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons! The concert celebration features tight harmonies and slick dance moves that take audiences back to an era of sharkskin suits, flashy cars and martini shakers. While each performer gets his moment in the spotlight, it is their synergy and charisma as a group that has drawn an extremely devoted nationwide following.


Eric Gutman:
Eric Gutman is a Detroit, Michigan-born actor and musician whose extensive theatre and on-camera work has helped catapult him into the spotlight in more ways than one. His claim to fame was performing for three years in the Tony and Grammy Award-winning sensation, Jersey Boys.  In his run with this extraordinary show, Eric performed close to 1,200 shows in six different roles (including three of the Four Seasons) as well as one of the few actors to play live instruments on stage. Eric has also been a company member for over ten years with the Off-Broadway and touring companies of Forbidden Broadway and Forbidden Hollywood where he has played in over 100 different theatres across the Country. Currently, Eric is marketing his one-man biopic musical aptly titled, “Eric Gutman: From Broadway to Obscurity.”

Brandon Wardell:
Brandon Wardell is a 5-time Tony Award and 4-time Grammy Award nominee and member of the Recording Academy who is equally at home in the spotlight or behind the scenes in film, on TV, on stage, in the studio or in concert.  Brandon has Performed, Produced and Recorded all over the world at a wide variety of venues and events. Wardell has appeared in productions of Catch Me If You Can, Rent, Evil Dead: The Musical (Outer Critics Circle Award nomination), Assassins, Good Vibrations, Thoroughly Modern Millie and James Joyce’s The Dead. His Broadway Producing credits include: Catch Me If You Can, Evita (with Ricky Martin), The Best Man (starring, James Earl Jones and Angela Lansbury), On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (starring Harry Connick, Jr.) and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying which opened with Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette in the leading roles. His Grammy nominated albums include: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Fela!, Ain’t Misbehavin’, and The Revival of Gypsy starring Patti LuPone. Also a prolific producer, Brandon’s work for the stage has been honored with five Tony Award nominations, with one win for Porgy and Bess.

David Larsen:
David Larsen from Portland, Oregon, attended Carnegie Mellon University. Afterward, he was a member of the ensemble for many off-Broadway productions including The Sound of Music and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Larsen eventually landed a three-episode spot on TV’s Boston Public. This exposure helped lead to his casting as Riff in West Side Story, as well as the lead role of Bobby in the Broadway production Good Vibrations. In October 2008, he joined the company of Billy Elliot as a member of the ensemble while understudying the role of Tony. He briefly left the production in March 2011 for several weeks to take on the role of Tunny in American Idiot on Broadway, replacing actor Stark Sands. He stayed with the production until its April 24, 2011 closing. In 2013, Larsen finished his run with the new musical titled Hands on a Hardbody, which premiered at La Jolla Playhouse in April. He played the role of veteran soldier Chris Alvaro. Larsen reprised his role when the show opened on Broadway, beginning previews on February 23, 2013. It ran for a total of twenty eight performances before closing in April. Later in 2014, Larsen joined the second national tour of The Book of Mormon, playing the role of Elder Kevin Price.

Shonn Wiley:
Originally from Adrian, MI, Shonn started performing at six, when his father put him in dance classes. Immediately Shonn was hooked. It was at the historic Croswell Opera House that his passion for performing was born. Upon graduation from high school, Shonn was already a seasoned entertainer, having been in over 50 musicals. He made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning revival of 42nd Street where he performed at the famed Radio City Music Hall. Shonn later returned to the Broadway stage in Dracula, the musical. Other NYC credits include: Junior Dolan in On Your Toes, John Trainor in No, No, Nanette, Jack Donahue In My Vaudeville Man, Richard Loeb In Thrill Me, understudying and performing the title character in Candide at New York City Opera, Stairway to Paradise co-starring Kristin Chenoweth at City Center Encores!, The View From Here, and movies Tiny Dancer and Confessions of a Shopaholic. Shonn was featured in the Chicago cast of Jersey Boys as Bob Gaudio and performed on the final season of The Oprah Show. As a choreographer, Shonn received a Lucille Lortel Award nomination, as well as a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Choreography for My Vaudeville Man. Other choreography projects: Come Dance With Me, Sweeney Todd and Pool Boy at Barrington Stage, The View From Here, The Music Man and Forever Plaid. Shonn serves as the Choreographer for Streetlamp. He holds a BFA in Drama from Carnegie Mellon University.

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