Adam Jacobs and Ali Ewoldt, who played Marius and Cosette in the Broadway revival of Les Miserables, reunited for A Heart Full of Love: A Concert Feb. 23 at The Town Hall in Manhattan. Ewoldt shares some photos and remembrances from the night
"Adam and I had an amazing time at our Town Hall concert," said Ewoldt. "We are so grateful to all of the people who made the evening a success, including our creative team, Adam Fitzgerald, David Dabbon and Victor Lirio, our special guests Derek Gregor (Carner & Gregor), Rona Figueroa and Broadway Barkada and all of our friends and family and fans who came out to support us!"
Adam and I hammed it up with medley of Broadway duets!
Photo by Abby Jacobs
Jacobs and Ewoldt, who are both of Filipino descent, offered an array of musical theatre favorites, including selections from Les Misérables, West Side Story and The Lion King, as well as contemporary pop songs, kundiman (traditional Filipino love songs) and new works by rising musical theatre writers and composers.
Special guests included Rona Figueroa, composing team Sam Carner and Derek Gregor and singers from Broadway Barkada, a Filipino group.
Conceived by Victor Lirio, the evening featured direction by Adam Fitzgerald and musical direction by David Dabbon.
Proceeds go to the 3rd The Outstanding Filipino Americans in New York (TOFA-NY) Awards, an annual award ceremony that recognizes exemplary Filipino-Americans in the New York Tri-State held in October; and to Mindoro Healthcare Consulting’s current research to find a cure for multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord.
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