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Cheyenne Jackson to appear in ‘She Loves Me’
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NEW YORK (AP) - Several big names will perform the romantic musical comedy “She Loves Me” as part of a one-night-only benefit in New York for the Roundabout Theatre Company.
They include Cheyenne Jackson, Jane Krakowski, Kelli O'Hara, Josh Radnor, Michael McGrath, Rory O’Malley and Victor Garber.
The Roundabout announced the lineup Wednesday for its Dec. 5 concert reading at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre and said the director will be Scott Ellis.
The musical has a story by Joe Masteroff, music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. It includes the songs “Tonight at Eight,” “Will He Like Me?” “Vanilla Ice Cream” and “She Loves Me.”
All proceeds will benefit the not-for-profit Roundabout and all its programs and activities.
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