Debbie Wileman, who captured world-wide attention during the pandemic with her vocal impressions of Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey, and more, returns to Carnegie Hall December 10 at 8 PM with "Judy Garland" We Need a Little Christmas.
North Essex, England native Wileman, who will perform Garland's signature Christmas songs as well as some newly arranged holiday hits, is joined by Tony winner Barry Bostwick. (Tony winner Chita Rivera and Oscar winner Margaret O’Brien, previously announced for the one-night-only event, had to withdraw from the Garland celebration.)
The artists are accompanied by a live orchestra, conducted by musical director and arranger Steve Orich.
Wileman's debut album I’m Still Here, a tribute to Garland, was conducted and produced by Grammy winner Orich.
Bostwick is probably best known for playing Brad Majors in Rocky Horror Picture Show and Mayor Randall Winston in the long-running sitcom Spin City. He created the role of Danny Zuko in the original Broadway production of Grease, earning his first of three Tony nominations. He won the Tony for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance in The Robber Bridegroom.
Scott Stander produces.
For tickets click here.