Broadway by the Year Concert Series to Launch New Season With Songs From Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, Rent, More | Playbill

Cabaret & Concert News Broadway by the Year Concert Series to Launch New Season With Songs From Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, Rent, More

New dates have been announced for the 2022 series presented at New York's The Town Hall.

Phillipa Soo, Renée Elise Goldsberry, and Jasmine Cephas Jones in Hamilton

Due to the Omicron surge of the coronavirus, The Town Hall has announced new dates for its Broadway by the Year concert series, created, written, hosted, and directed by Scott Siegel. The four concerts that comprise the series will now begin in March instead of February, and continue through September.

Concert details follow:

Broadway by the Year: The New Wave, March 21 at 8 PM
Expect songs from Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, The Book of Mormon, Rent, The Drowsy Chaperone, and more

Broadway by the Year: From the Ziegfeld Follies to Moulin Rouge, May 23 at 8 PM
Songs from jukebox musicals and revues

Broadway by the Year: Almost on Broadway, June 27 at 8 PM
Songs from Off-Broadway musicals and those around the world, including Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Bat Boy, Beehive, The Fantasticks, The Baker's Wife, Zorro, and The Witches of Eastwick

Broadway by the Year: A One Night Only History of Broadway Song and Dance, September 19 at 8 PM
From George M. Cohan, Fred and Adele Astaire, and the dancing feet of 42nd Street, right up to the work of Andy Blankenbuehler in In the Heights and Hamilton

“We have an extraordinarily ambitious Broadway by the Year season planned, and we don't want the virus to imperil our ability to bring it to you,” say Siegel and Town Hall Artistic Director Melay Araya in a joint statement. “We know our audiences won’t want to miss any of the excitement and pushing back the concerts by a month will keep everyone safer.” 

Ross Patterson continues as the series’ musical director along with The Ross Patterson Little Big Band. Casting for the concert series will be announced at a later date.

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