FAITH PRINCE and JASON GRAAE
Mark Cortale and BROADWAY @ THE ART HOUSE are proud to present Tony Award Winner Faith Prince and Jason Graae for two shows only of "You And Me, But Mostly Me" with Alex Rybeck as pianist.
Tony Award Winner Faith Prince and LA Drama Critics Circle Award Winner Jason Graae have dazzled Broadway and Cabaret audiences for decades. Between these 2, they have amassed 20 Broadway shows, 16,485 off- Bway shows and 125 staged readings, as well as an array of Television, film and recordings.
Fresh off their 2 year hiatus from the pandemic, they are now reunited and it feels so good. The New York Times said, and we quote Prince and Graae are vaudevillians to the bone. These unabashed hams are a well- matched pair of competitive scene stealers!
From Sondheim to Herman, from Coleman to Finn, with a little dash of Frischberg thrown right in! Not to be missed! This dynamic duo will reveal their long and remarkable history and promise to shake your blahs away!
Faith Prince has been dazzling Broadway audiences since winning the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance as Ms. Adelaide in Guys and Dolls. As one of Broadways best loved leading ladies, Faith most recently starred on Broadway in Disaster! the musical for which she received rave reviews. In a role she was born to play, she also starred as the scheming, irascible Miss Hannigan in the Broadway revival of Annie. In 2008, she was nominated for Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for A Catered Affair. Other Broadway credits include The Little Mermaid, Bells Are Ringing (Tony, DD, OCC noms), Nick & Nora (OCC Award), Jerome Robbins Broadway (Tony, DD noms), Little Me, The Dead, and Noises Off. She also starred in the world premiere of Terrence McNallys Unusual Acts of Devotion and in the national tour of the Broadway hit Billy Elliott. Chicago audiences had the opportunity to see Faith on stage in the iconic role of Brenda in the new musical version of the hit movie First Wives Club.
The New York Times said, "Nowadays, probably no other performer could infuse (that song) with the manic mischief that Jason Graae, a frisky clown with a real tenor, pumped into it..."
Jason Graae has been featured on Broadway in "A Grand Night For Singing", "Falsettos", "Stardust", "Snoopy!", "Do Black Patent Leather Shows Really Reflect Up?". Off- Broadway shows include "Forever Plaid", "Olympus on My Mind", "All in the Timing", "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh" (Drama Desk Nomination- Best Actor in a Musical) and many more. Jason recently toured the U.S. playing the Wonderful Wizard of Oz in the National Tour of "Wicked."
Jason made his Metropolitan Opera House debut as the male vocalist in Twyla Tharp's "Everlast" with American Ballet Theatre. Jason has performed his one man show all over the country from Rainbow and Stars and Birdland in NYC to Feinstein's and the Plush Room in L.A. and San Francisco, winning 4 Bistro Awards and a N.Y Nightlife Award, also making TimeOut NY's Top Cabaret shows of the year. His critically acclaimed show with Faith Prince, "The Prince and the Showboy" played at 54 Below and the pair won a 2nd Nightlife Award for Best Duo.
get-attachment-14In Los Angeles, Jason won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award - the Joel Hirschorn Award for Outstanding Achievement in Musical Theatre. Jason originated the role of "Houdini" in the L.A. production of "Ragtime" at the Shubert Theatre and won an Ovation Award for "Forbidden Broadway Y2KLA!". At the Hollywood Bowl, he played Benny Southstreet in "Guys and Dolls'" and Marcellus in "The Music Man". With the 42nd Street Moon Theatre Co. in San Francisco, he played the 7 Sid Caesar roles in "Little Me" and most recently played Scrooge in the world premiere of "Scrooge in Love", winning the Theatre Bay Area Award for Best Actor in a Musical.
On television, Jason has appeared on many shows including "Six Feet Under", "Rude Awakening", "Friends", "Frasier", "Sabrina the Teenage Witch", "Living Single", "Caroline in the City", "Providence", etc. On PBS, he was a guest soloist twice with the Boston Pops and once with Marvin Hamlisch and the National Symphony on "Holiday for the Troops at The Kennedy Center" and in "Words and Music by Jerry Herman".
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