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Interlakes Theatre Hosts Broadway Divas

The Interlakes Summer Theatre is thrilled to bring a musical entertainment “Life…A Work in Progress”, to the Interlakes Community Auditorium on May 14th at 3:00pm and 7:30pm.

“This show, proudly sponsored by Northway Bank, features two Broadway divas and one of the finest accompanists on the planet!”, says Producing Artistic Director, Nancy Barry. The divas are long time friends of Ms. Barry, who performed with the duo in nightclubs and cabarets in NYC, before her move to New Hampshire.

Elizabeth Parrish was featured in Broadway hits LaCage Au Folles and Deathtrap and off-Broadway in Little Mary Sunshine, and Riverwind. Summer and regional leads including The Yale Repertory where she was associate professor and a fellow of Davenport College. Betsy continues to perform in NY Cabarets while being the Master Teacher at the Stella Adler Conservatory.

Alice Evans appeared in ten Broadway shows that included Man of La Mancha, How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and Sweet Charity. This Julliard graduate co-starred with Howard Keel in I Do, I Do!, and received the Buffalo Courier Express performance Award for Jacques Brel is Alive and Well, plus a nomination for Best Actress, Connecticut Critics Circle Award for Suddenly Hope, at the Rich Forum in Stamford.

Paul Trueblood will be at the piano. In addition to working with these ladies, (and Ms. Barry), Mr. Trueblood worked with performers such as Sally Ann Howes, Anne Francine, Matthew Broderick, MaryAnn Faithful, Judy Kaye, Karen Akers, Nancy Dussault, Opera Star Youngok Shin. He has performed at Carnegie Hall twice with Michael Feinstein and travelled with the songwriting team, Comden and Green (Bells are Ringing, Wonderful Town, Subways Are for Sleeping), on their concert tours across Amercia.

Says Ms Barry,“These Broadway divas are two of the most amazing New York women I know. They are delightfully witty, intelligent and lovable! This show is funny, touching, inspiring-there is something for everyone! And it makes a perfect Mother’s Day gift!”

All tickets for this event are $20.00, and may be reserved by calling 1-888-245-6374.