HARVARD — The Harvard Community Theatre is proud to present dynamic Broadway performer Karen Luschar in “A Lullaby of Broadway” for one performance only.
The performance will take place Friday, Oct. 14, at 8 p.m., at the Cronin Auditorium at The Bromfield School.
Luschar wraps the lyrics and feeling of classic Broadway songs around your heart. With irrepressible passion and spirit, she embraces ballads and soars on dynamic numbers from wonderful shows that include “Gypsy,” “Showboat,” “West Side Story,” “The Music Man,” “Carousel” and “Oklahoma.”
As an actress, singer, dancer and choreographer Luschar has performed on Broadway, off-Broadway and on national tours alongside such showbiz luminaries as Sandy Duncan, Richard Harris and Robert Goulet. From performing “Hamlet” with Shakespeare in the Park to choreographing the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade for 16 years, she always brings panache and professionalism to her work — and the magic of a live audience is still a thrill for her.
It would be hard to imagine our lives without the astounding music of Broadway. Its variety and richness can stir our hearts and souls or make us laugh with its delightful humor — all wrapped in the incredible package of a song. From happy to sentimental, funny to poignant, high-spirited to inspiring, these songs remind us why American musical theatre is treasured the world over.
You will be humming along with songs you love from memorable shows that never go out of style. Come on along and listen to “A Lullaby of Broadway.”
Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for students/senior citizens.
For information, call (978) 456 4152, ext. 557. The Bromfield School is located on Route 111 in the center of Harvard. The theatre is handicapped accessible.