STREAMING beginning July 30 through August 28! The international star of "Bat Out Of Hell" presents an all-new concert experience, "Legacy of Love." Filmed before a live audience at the historic Bucks County Playhouse (and with The Mike Bond Quartet providing the onstage band), "Legacy of Love" is a showcase for the dynamic vocals of Andrew Polec and features a lively mix of song genres including rock, pop, traditional musical theater and more. Special support for the live production and streaming event was provided by Rach Ireland. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Actors Fund and Bucks County Playhouse's education programs.
Let Marilu entertain you … The star of TV’s “Taxi” 16 Hallmark movies, and the Playhouse’s “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” brings her super-hero memory to the Playhouse in an all-new Las Vegas revue. Featuring Julius Williams (“Mamma Mia!”) and Adam Vanek (“Guys and Dolls”), with Michael Orland leading the band.
Emanating from a 1710 land grant, the New Hope area has a storied history. It began as a trading post and ferry terminal, and by the 1940s New Hope's reputation in the arts, spurred by the multitudes of playwrights, directors and actors who traversed its bustling streets, became legendary. This tradition continues today. Galleries call New Hope and its bohemian neighbor across the Delaware River, Lambertville, N.J., their home. Hollywood and New York-based producers steal away to the community's varied streets on weekends and holidays, and through venues such as the Bucks County Playhouse, the area's nightlife and entertainment options are boundless. Still, the community maintains a cozy feel and things tend to happen here on an intimate scale.
Freda Payne, celebrated R&B and jazz vocalist, who shot to fame with her #1 Hit, “Band of Gold,” and “Bring the Boys Home,” pays tribute to the legendary Ella Fitzgerald, as no one else can! Payne, the star of such Broadway shows as Jelly’s Last Jam, Sophisticated Ladies and Blues in the Night, “recreates the spirit of Ella” with her renditions of “A Tisket, a-Tasket,” “Sweet Georgia Brown,” “It Don’t Mean A Thing.” and “Mack the Knife,” as well as many other Fitzgerald classics.