Landmark on Main Street
Partners in Performing Arts
Saturday, January 6, 2018 at 8 pm

Port Washington's own Broadway impresario Stephen DeAngelis is back with an all new show.

Last year Stephen brought five of Broadway's finest vocalists to Main Street to recreate their signature musical moments from their long-running roles in the Broadway and Off-Broadway musicals you know and love. Sharing songs, stories and even some dance moves in the intimate setting of the Jeanne Rimsky Theater, our stars even took time for an audience Q&A.

Our 2018 cast is equally fabulous, for a show that will include song and dance from your favorite Broadway shows.


Rick Faugno was recently featured on PBS in Show Boat at Lincoln Center. He is a veteran of six Broadway shows, most recently On the Twentieth Century, for which he won a Fred Astaire award. Rick received the Best Singer in Las Vegas award for his portrayal of Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys. He was seen in American Dance Machine, at the Joyce Theater, and as a soloist for The Gershwin Experience with the Wichita and Phoenix symphonies. Rick performs his one man shows throughout the country and his album Songs My Idols Sang is available on iTunes.

Rona Figueroa has an impressive list of Broadway credits including Miss Saigon (Kim); Les Miserables (Eponine); Nine (Revival); Lennonand Les Miserables Revival (Fantinel). Regional theater productions include The King and I; Waterfall; RENT; The Boys from Syracuse; Jesus Christ Superstar; We Will Rock You; Vegas. Off-Broadway: Dogeaters, Female Heart, Caucasian Chalk Circle, (Vineyard Theatre). Film &TV: Dragonheart: A New Beginning, Slow Jam King, Mysteries of Laura, Eye Candy, Gossip Girl.

Mykal Kilgore has recently returned to NYC after starring as Judas in the critically acclaimed production of Jesus Christ Superstar at the Paramount Theatre in Chicago. On Broadway, his voice can be heard nightly in Dear Evan Hansen. Other Broadway credits include Motown The Musical and Hair. Other theatre credits: the first national tour of The Book of Mormon and the world premiere of Marley. He has toured the US as well as Europe/Asia/Australia with Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox. His YouTube video of PMJ's version of "My Heart Will Go On" has garnered almost six million views. He was also featured in "The Wiz-Live!" on NBC.

Lisa Howard returns to Broadway this spring, starring as Tammy in the Jimmy Buffet musical Escape to Margaritaville. She most recently appeared on Broadway as Jenny in It Shoulda Been You (2015 Drama Desk Award nominee; Outstanding Actress in a Musical; 2015 Drama League nominee: Distinguished performance. Other Broadway credits include Diva 1 in Priscilla Queen of the Desert; Missy Hart in 9 to 5 The Musical; Head Nurse in the Lincoln Center revival of South Pacific and Rona Lisa Peretti in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance). Lisa toured the US in the national company of Les Miserables. She made her feature film debut as Siobahn in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2" and has also been seen on TV in "Ugly Betty". Her debut solo CD, "Songs of Innocence" is available on iTunes. Lisa is a graduate of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music.

Jenn Gambatese most recently starred as Principal Rosalie Mullins in School of Rock on Broadway. She also originated the Broadway roles of Jane in Disney's Tarzan, Natalie in All Shook Up (Outer Critics Circle nomination), and Marie in Is He Dead, not to mention appearing in Hairspray, A Year with Frog and Toad, and Footloose. She traveled across America by bubble as Glinda in Wicked, and captured hearts in Chicago as both Maria in The Sound of Music, and Carrie Pipperidge in Carousel for The Lyric Opera. She also played Carrie for Goodspeed Musicals, earning her second Connecticut Critics Circle award.

Wendy Bobbit Cavett, Musical Director & Accompanist, has worked on and Off-Broadway in Hamilton; Come From Away; Mamma Mia!; The Scarlet Pimpernel; A Year with Frog and Toad; The Most Happy Fella; A Tale of Two Cities. National and international credits include The Who's Tommy; Mamma Mia! (Argentina and Las Vegas); A Chorus Line. Wendy holds the distinction of being the first female conductor of the current Broadway smash hit Hamilton and is on the theatre faculty of Wagner College in Staten Island.

Post-Show VIP Cast Party: Mingle, munch, sip and take selfies with our cast.
$50 added to any ticket. Already purchased your ticket and want to add the Cast Party? Call the Box Office at 516.767.6444.

Limit 30 people.


Premium$50$45 Friends
Select$45$40 Friends
Standard$40$35 Friends

All ticket prices include a $2 theater restoration fee.

Show Sponsor: Jack Mandel, Har-Man Importing Corp.

The Dim the Lights series is sponsored by Jane & Martin Schwartz ♦ Judy & Morton Sloan ♦ Susan Isaacs & Elkan Abramowitz

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