An evening of music performed by two Broadway and television stars will open the 2010-2011 season of On Stage at the Davis Sept. 25.
"It Takes Two: An Evening with Lauren Kennedy and Alan Campbell" includes showstoppers from Broadway, standards from the Great American Songbook, swing numbers, country classics and rock and roll.
Raleigh native Kennedy has appeared on Broadway as Fantine in "Les Miserables," Lady of the Lake in Monty Python's "Spamalot," Betty Schaefer in "Sunset Boulevard" and Daisy Hilton in "Side Show." Her regional theater credits include Nefertari in "The Ten Commandments" with Val Kilmer at the Kodak Theatre.
Florida native Campbell received a Tony Award nomination for the role of Joe Gillis in "Sunset Boulevard" opposite Glenn Close, Betty Buckley and Elaine Paige. He starred in Susan Stroman's 2000 Tony Award winning musical "Contact" at Lincoln Center. His film credits include "Weekend Warriors," "Bump in the Night," "Simple Wish" and "Tom, Dick and Harry." On television, he co-starred on "Jake and the Fatman," "Three's a Crowd," "Another World" and "All My Children."
The Davis Theatre is in Cabarrus County's historic courthouse at 65 Union Street S, Concord.
The renovated space with 227 seats in the former courtroom boasts state-of-the-art lights and sound.
Doors open one hour before show time, enabling theater-goers to view The Galleries exhibitions of regional and national artists.