“They Changed Broadway” Audience Gets More Exciting News

Metuchen, NJ, May 11, 2010 --(PR.com)-- “They Changed Broadway” Actor Equity performers Jonathan C. Kaplan and Neva Small agree to recreate show-stopping performances.

During the one-night only June 13 benefit performance, Jonathan C. Kaplan is singing "Everyone Hates His Parents" and "The Miracle of Judaism”- two songs that earned the respect of Broadway audiences and Jonathan’s Tony nomination for his role as ”Jason” in “Falsettos.”

Neva Small is recreating the classic song, "Matchmaker" she sang as “Chava” in the movie “Fiddler On The Roof” and the song "My Place in the World" she introduced as Robert Preston's leading lady in “Prince Of Grand Street.”

Additionally, “They Changed Broadway” librettist/lyricist Michael Colby and musical director Michael Lavine reveal the the planned song list for the one-night only benefit production “They Changed Broadway” and offer this taste of the musical numbers in rehearsal for the June 13th revue at the Metuchen Forum Theatre.

“Tradition,” “Second Hand Rose,” “Cooking Breakfast for the One I Love,” “Hungry Women,” “If You Knew Susie,” “All the Things You Are,” “I Got Rhythm,” “Brother, Can You Spare a Dime,” “June is Busting Out all Over,” “My Place in the World,” “In One Big Union,” “If I Were a Rich Man”, “Tonight”, “The Wizard and I”, “In My Own Lifetime”, “On Broadway,” “If They Could See Me Now,” “Children of the Wind.”

"They Changed Broadway: From Berlin to Bernstein and Beyond" is on stage at the Forum Theatre, the night of the Tony's- June 13, 2010 at 4:00PM.

Tickets are on sale now with discount for advance purchases. Call (732) 548-2238 to order your tickets today.

For More About Michael Colby Visit (www.michaelcolby.com)

For More About Jonathan C. Kaplan Visit (www.jonathanckaplan.com)

For More About Neva Small Visit (www.nevasmall.com)

About The Forum
The Forum Theatre Arts Center (http://www.forumtheatrearts.com) is a nonprofit performing arts organization and has been the Cultural Arts Center of central New Jersey since 1928, when it was built as a theatre and vaudeville tryout house, then soon after as a neighborhood movie house. The Forum Theatre has presented hundreds of American and World Premieres with an emphasis on musical theatre, as well as numerous A-list concerts.

The Forum Theatre is located at 314 Main Street, Metuchen, NJ 08840. Phone: (732) 548- 5600

About Congregation Neve Shalom
For 75 years, Congregation Neve Shalom (http://www.neveshalom.net) has been providing religious services and Jewish Education for its Conservative Egalitarian members. Neve Shalom maintains a vibrantly active and welcoming community with educational programs, religious services and lay leadership. Neve Shalom's annual Suzy Schwartz Concert, and Book and Author Events are well-known to surrounding residents for their ability to draw well-known and famous performers, authors, and lecturers.

Congregation Neve Shalom is located at 250 Grove Ave, Metuchen, NJ 08840. Phone: (732) 548- 2238

For More information about “They Changed Broadway” call (732) 548-2238 EXT. 24 or visit www.theychangedbroadway.blogspot.com.

They Changed Broadway
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