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Anne Hathaway to sing ‘Cabaret’ songs in New York
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NEW YORK (AP) - Anne Hathaway is ready to show off another side _ her singing side.
The Academy Award nominee will perform songs from the musical “Cabaret” for a one-night-only concert Oct. 24 to celebrate the revitalization of The Public Theatre’s downtown home.
The Public says Hathaway will croon several of the iconic musical’s songs, including “Willkommen,” `’Cabaret,” `’Maybe This Time” and “Perfectly Marvelous” at Joe’s Pub.
Tickets range from $100 to $300 and include food and drinks.
Hathaway, who starred in the Public’s Shakespeare in the Park production of “Twelfth Night” in 2009, recently starred as Catwoman in “The Dark Knight Rises” and recently wrapped “Les Miserables” opposite Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe.
Her other film credits include “Rachel Getting Married,” `’Love and Other Drugs” and “The Princess Diaries.”
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