1. Kevin Webb and Kris Hyland singing a "mash-up" of "You Are Not Alone" from Sondheim's Into The Woods and "Being Alive" from Company. We found this unique song on youtube performed as part of the Trevor Project. (thetrevorproject.org). Robert Ollis, our music director, put this together for us and we think it's really beautiful.

    Carey Anderson, of the Broadway and national touring productions of “Mamma Mia!” and “Avenue Q” joined the cast of Billy Pacholski’s upcoming production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Assassins” in a cabaret showcase at Davenport’s Cabaret on August 5th.

    Find out more about our upcoming show and get tickets at assassins-chicago.com!

    “Assassins” cast members performing in the showcase include Sam Button-Harrison, Kevin Webb, Edward Fraim, Tom McGunn, Kris Hyland, Libby Lane, Kiley Moore, Michael Swisher, and Ed Rutherford. The evening’s program included selections from “Assassins” plus popular solo, duet and ensemble renditions of songs from some of the world’s most respected song writers including Irving Berlin, Stephen Sondheim, Kander & Ebb and hot new writers like Joey Contreras and Glen Hansard.

    Produced and Directed by Billy Pacholski. Musical Direction by Robert Ollis. Nick Davio on Drums and Kimberly Lawson on Violin.

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  2. Carey Anderson, of the Broadway and national touring productions of “Mamma Mia!” and “Avenue Q” joined Edward Fraim (playing Charles Guiteau) and the cast of Billy Pacholski’s upcoming production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Assassins” in a cabaret showcase at Davenport’s Cabaret on August 5th. Here they sing "Falling Slowly" from the Tony Award Winning musical "Once". Find out more about the upcoming show at assassins-chicago.com!

    “Assassins” cast members performing in the showcase include Sam Button-Harrison, Kevin Webb, Edward Fraim, Tom McGunn, Kris Hyland, Libby Lane, Kiley Moore, Michael Swisher, and Ed Rutherford. The evening’s program included selections from “Assassins” plus popular solo, duet and ensemble renditions of songs from some of the world’s most respected song writers including Irving Berlin, Stephen Sondheim, Kander & Ebb and hot new writers like Joey Contreras and Glen Hansard.

    Produced and Directed by Billy Pacholski. Musical Direction by Robert Ollis. Nick Davio on Drums and Kimberly Lawson on Violin.

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  3. Carey Anderson, of the Broadway and national touring productions of “Mamma Mia!” and “Avenue Q” joined the cast of Billy Pacholski’s upcoming production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Assassins” in a cabaret showcase at Davenport’s Cabaret on August 5th. Here's Carey with Tom McGunn singing "I Could Fall" by Joey Contreras.
    (joeycontreras.com)

    Find out more about our upcoming show and get tickets at assassins-chicago.com!

    “Assassins” cast members performing in the showcase include Sam Button-Harrison, Kevin Webb, Edward Fraim, Tom McGunn, Kris Hyland, Libby Lane, Kiley Moore, Michael Swisher, and Ed Rutherford. The evening’s program included selections from “Assassins” plus popular solo, duet and ensemble renditions of songs from some of the world’s most respected song writers including Irving Berlin, Stephen Sondheim, Kander & Ebb and hot new writers like Joey Contreras and Glen Hansard.

    Produced and Directed by Billy Pacholski. Musical Direction by Robert Ollis. Nick Davio on Drums and Kimberly Lawson on Violin.

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  4. Carey Anderson, of the Broadway and national touring productions of “Mamma Mia!” and “Avenue Q” joined the cast of Billy Pacholski’s upcoming production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Assassins” in a cabaret showcase at Davenport’s Cabaret on August 5th. Here she sings Irving Berlin's "Cheek To Cheek"!
    Find out more about the upcoming show at assassins-chicago.com!

    “Assassins” cast members performing in the showcase include Sam Button-Harrison, Kevin Webb, Edward Fraim, Tom McGunn, Kris Hyland, Libby Lane, Kiley Moore, Michael Swisher, and Ed Rutherford. The evening’s program included selections from “Assassins” plus popular solo, duet and ensemble renditions of songs from some of the world’s most respected song writers including Irving Berlin, Stephen Sondheim, Kander & Ebb and hot new writers like Joey Contreras and Glen Hansard.

    Produced and Directed by Billy Pacholski. Musical Direction by Robert Ollis. Nick Davio on Drums and Kimberly Lawson on Violin.

    # vimeo.com/47433873 Uploaded 82 Plays 0 Comments
  5. Kiley Moore (Squeeky Fromme) and Ed Rutherford (John Hinkley) sing "Unworthy of Your Love".
    In this song, the duet partners are not singing to each other, but rather to their own offstage loves, Hinkley to pre-teen actress Jodie Foster and Fromme to jailed criminial and murder Charlie Manson.

    Kevin Webb (John Wilkes Booth), Edward Fraim (Charles Guiteau) and Tom McGunn (Leon Czolgosz) sing a portion of "The Gun Song". This song illustrates Leon Czogosz's anger and frustration at Capitalism and the American social/political system that eventually leads to his decision to kill President William McKinkley.

    Both are from the upcoming production of Stephen Sondheim's Assassins. Produced and Directed by Billy Pacholski, Music Direction by Robert Ollis, Nick Davio on Drums.

    (Note, in this fall's production, the role of Leon Czolgosz will be played by Aram Monisoff)

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