Join us as we tip our hats to the likes of Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday in an evening of smooth tunes from some of the most distinctive young jazz singers performing in NYC today.
Join Kat Gang, Terese Genecco & LaTanya Hall as they wrap their spine-tingling vocals around classics such as That ‘Ol Black Magic, What a Difference a Day Makes, Mr. Wonderful & Strange Fruit, accompanied by the Barry Levitt Trio.
Tickets: $35 adults; $25 high school & Younger
White Plains Performing Arts Center and Harrison Summer Theatre present:
“Theatregoers have reason to celebrate in White Plains. Although it’s always been just a short train ride to Broadway, they don’t even need to make that trip anymore to see excellent theater. With tickets priced at less than half the cost of Broadway shows, there will be plenty left over for dinner afterwards. It just might be the best theater deal in the Hudson Valley.” White Plains Times.
“Yesterday I went with my wife and friends to see August: Osage County. It was the first time I’ve ever been to a WPPAC performance. I’ll be back. Just wanted to say it was amazing! Everyone in the cast was extraordinary and the staging was terrific. I can’t imagine that the Broadway version (or the film version with Meryl Streep) was/will be any better. Keep up the good work!” Best, Seth Segall
TO ORDER TICKETS: Click on the BUY TICKETS NOW button and purchase them online or call WPPAC at 914-328-1600 or visit the WPPAC Box Office (M-F 11am-5pm)
The White Plains Performing Arts Center is committed to building, engaging, inspiring and educating the culturally diverse audiences of White Plains, Westchester County and the Tri-State area through the presentation of classical and contemporary theatre, music and dance as well as the development and training of the next generation of theatrical artists, while providing a vital resource of dynamic and progressive programming that enriches the quality of life in our community.
White Plains Performing Arts Center is a 501(c)3 Not-For-Profit Arts Organization. If you appreciate live theatre, we ask you to consider making a tax-deductible donation to the WPPAC.