Same-Sex Couple Joins Valentine's Day I Do! I Do! Concert | Playbill

News Same-Sex Couple Joins Valentine's Day I Do! I Do! Concert Couple Eddie Korbich and Andy Leech have joined Feinstein’s/54 Below's Valentine's Day staging of I Do! I Do!, a concert presentation of Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt’s musical comedy on Feb. 14.

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"I Do! I Do! was conceived as a valentine to the joys and frustrations and ultimate deep rewards of a long and lasting marriage, no matter their sexual orientation," lyricist Jones said in a press statement. "This being so, I am especially pleased that this celebration of the show's songs at 54 Below will be performed on Valentine's Day and by a cast of married couples, for the first time both gay and straight. A bit early perhaps, but I am already lifting my glass in a toast."

Broadway Couples Sing I Do! I Do! will be presented at 7 PM and 9:30 PM, featuring showbiz couples Hunter Foster and Jennifer Cody; and Patrick Page and Paige Davis, among others. The one-night-only concert is directed by Robert W. Schneider, with musical direction by Joshua Zecher-Ross. The evening will be hosted by Jones (The Fantasticks).

Performers also include Tony winner Beth Leavel (The Drowsy Chaperone), Rita Gardner (The Fantasticks), Carly Hughes (Ogunquit’s West Side Story), AJ Holmes (The Book of Mormon), Adam Heller (Baby, It's You), Charlie Franklin (The Book of Mormon), Lexi Rabadi, Korbich (Carousel, The Drowsy Chaperone), Robert Cuccioli (Jekyll & Hyde), Glory Crampton (Rothschild & Sons), Leech, Michael Rupert (Falsettos, Legally Blonde), Barbara Walsh (Company, Falsettos), Clyde Alves (On the Town) and Robyn Hurder (Nice Work If You Can Get It).

I Do! I Do! premiered on Broadway in 1966 starring Mary Martin and Robert Preston. The musical follows a couple's ups and downs throughout the years and features such classics as "My Cup Runneth Over," "When The Kids Get Married" and "Flaming Agnes."

Tickets are from $40 and can be purchased by visiting

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