Pasadena Pops at the Arboretum

I look forward to the Pasadena Pops summer concert series at the Los Angeles County Arboretum in Arcadia each year. Last evening’s performance featured four of Broadway’s Leading Ladies, Susan Egan, Valerie Perri, Christina Saffran, Lisa Vroman, as well as David Burnham, also of Broadway fame. It was fabulous! I listed the songs below the gallery for those interested.

Three more concerts are coming this summer: Micheal Feinstein Sings Gershwin on July 19, Hooray for Hollywood on August 16, and New York, New York on September 6. If you’re in the area, I highly recommend going! ~SueBee (photos by SueBee)

The Program June 28: Star Spangled Banner, Broadway Showstoppers (Company), All I Care About is Love – Chicago (David Burnham), Song on the Sand – La Cage Aux Folles, Wherever He Ain’t – Mack & Mabel (Valeri Perri), I Dreamed A Dream – Les Miserables (Christina Saffran), Gimme Gimme – Thoroughly Modern Millie (Susan Egan), Think of Me – Phantom of the Opera (Lisa Vroman), Selections from Chicago – Chicago (Christina Saffran), Bring Him Home – Les Miserables (David Burnham), Almost Like Being in Love – Brigadoon (Valeri Perri), Every Time We Touch – unproduced musical(Susan Egan), So in Love/I Am Loved – Kiss Me Kate and Out of this World (Lisa Vroman), Candide Overture – composed by Leonard Bernstein, At the Ballet – A Chorus Line (Susan Egan, Valerie Perri, Christina Saffran), All I Ask of You – Phantom of the Opera (Lisa Vroman, David Burnham), I Am What I Am – La Cage aux Folles (David Burnham), Don’t Rain on My Parade – Funny Girl (Valerie Perri), Defying Gravity – Wicked (Christina Saffran), Don’t Cry for Me Argentina – Evita (Valerie Perri), If I Loved You – Carousel (Lisa Vroman), Garland Medley (Susan Egan), Sing for Your Supper – The Boys from Syracuse (Susan Egan, Christina Saffran, Lisa Vroman), Together – Gypsy (Company)



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2 Comments on “Pasadena Pops at the Arboretum”

  1. Jun 29, 2014 at 3:12 pm #

    My kind of programme.

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