Broadway Stars Take the Paramount Stage as part of Black History Month 

Show Saturday February 25th


Created exclusively for the Paramount by New York Casting Director/Producer Stephen DeAngelis, five Broadway stars  will celebrate their identity by recreating their most memorable musical performances and honoring the icons that came before them.

The all star cast  features Major Attaway the longest running Genie in the Broadway production of Aladdin,  LaVon Fisher-Wilson  Matron “Mama” Morton in the Broadway revival of Chicago); Medda Larkin ,Broadway production of Newsies and The Color PurpleBrennyn Lark , Catherine Parr in the Broadway production of Six The Musical and Eponine in the Broadway revival of Les Miserables;), Jelani Remy, Eddie Kendrick in the Broadway production of Ain’t Too ProudThe Life and Times of the Temptations; Simba in the Broadway production of The Lion King  and Kissy Simmons longest running Nala in the Broadway production of The Lion King.

The evening will feature personal anecdotes and  showcase musical selections from Six The Musical; Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations; The Lion KingAladdinHamiltonChicagoDreamgirlsSmokey Joe’s CaféLes Miserables; Ain’t Misbehavin’ ; Hairspray; Ragtime; The Wiz Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill; Eubie and more.

The evening will also include an enlightening and entertaining question and answer session with the audience.