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This September Broadway At the Barn Welcomes Drama
WHEN: September 18, 2021, at 8 PM WHERE: live, in-person full capacity event INSIDE the Duncan Smith Theatre, 36 Crawfords Corner Road, Holmdel TICKETS: $45 Proof of COVID Vaccination will be required for entry. All current COVID guidelines will be followed at that time. GET TICKETS LEARN MORE
we trot out the phrase Tour De Force? Yes. We Must!“ —The New
Join internationally acclaimed singer, actor and impressionist Christina
Bianco for an eclectic evening of music and comedy.
Known for her versatile vocals and uncanny impressions, Christina will
celebrate the world’s most iconic vocalists and pop-culture personalities
from yesterday and today.
With music direction by the multi-talented Brad Simmons,
Christina will reinvent your favorite pop songs, standards and show
tunes, spanning a staggering range of styles and genres. Having recently
starred as Fanny Brice in the Theatre Marigny’s celebrated production of Funny Girl
in Paris, Bianco will also include a few excerpts from the beloved
musical. And no Christina Bianco show is complete without her spontaneous
‘unlikely interpretations,’ pairing a singer and song of your
choice, on the spot!
captured international acclaim with her celebrity impression YouTube videos, gaining over 25 million
views, leading to appearances on TV programs such as The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Today Show. A two-time Drama Desk Award nominee, Bianco’s
stage credits include Forbidden Broadway in NYC and London’s West
End, and most recently, starring as Fanny Brice at the
Theatre Marigny’s celebrated production of Funny Girl in Paris.
Streisand to Adele.
Monroe to Midge
Maisel. No era is left unexplored!
Join us INSIDE the
barn as we experience this “comic firecracker
with a pyrotechnic voice“ (Time Out).