The Wild Party- A Concert Benefit

The Wild Party- A Concert Benefit

Le Chat Noir    7/15/2007 (schedule)


Category:  Musical · Benefit

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A concert version of Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party, featuring the stars of the JPAS production that was cancelled a week before opening due to production difficulties: Trina Beck as Queenie, Richard Hutton as Burrs, Rich Arnold as Black, and Angela Papale and Lacey Faucheux sharing the role of Kate, with Alan Payne on piano. Proceeds will be used towards tuition costs for Trina Beck and Rich Arnold to attend the 2007 Yale Cabaret Conference.

Adapted from a book-length poem by Joseph Moncure March written in and about the Roaring Twenties, The Wild Party tells the story of one crazy ...Read More

Total performances: 1

Angela Papale.... Kate (double cast) *
Lacey Faucheux.... Kate (double cast) *
Rich Arnold.... Black *
Richard Hutton.... Burrs *
Trina Beck.... Queenie *
*=featured role

Alan Payne ....  Accompanist


The Wild Party
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The Wild Party can refer to: The Wild Party (poem) an epic poem by Joseph Moncure March. The Wild Party (1929 film), a film based on the poem Unforbidden Fruit by Samuel Hopkins Adams The Wild Party (1975 film), a Merchant-Ivory comedy starring Raquel Welch, based on the poem The Wild Party (musical), a 2000 musical adaptation of the poem The Wild Party (album), a 1993 Robert Wegmann album
Trina Beck
by queenie for a day

Record created by: trinabeck

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