GEORGETOWN, KY – Show tunes from some of the best and most well-known musical theatre productions will be featured when Georgetown College’s Department of Music puts its Spotlight on Broadway, Thursday, March 7, at 8 p.m. in John L. Hill Chapel. Another in the College’s Noteworthy Faculty and Guest Artist Concert Series, the Spotlight on Broadway performance on campus is free and open to the public.
Georgetown’s own soprano Dr. Heather Winter Hunnicutt teams up with tenor Daniel Bell of Kentucky Christian University and pianist Rob Vanover of Lexington Catholic High School to present favorites from the 20th and 21st centuries.
Expect lots of costume changes and staging fun in this very theatrical production which features solos and duets from such great musicals as West Side Story, The Light in the Piazza, Spamalot, Little Women, The Last Five Years, Miss Saigon, Wicked, and Memphis.
“Our theme explores both the light and dark sides of love,” said Dr. Hunnicutt. “In the first half of the show, we deal with the lighter side, and in the second it delves into darker drams.”
The nearly two-hour production has one intermission.
This Noteworthy Faculty & Guest Artist Concert Series presentation is a Nexus/CEP event for Georgetown College students.
For further information, contact Dr. Hunnicutt, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Music, at (502) 863-8056, or email Heather_Hunnicutt@georgetowncollege.edu