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BROADWAY SONGBOOK® is an intimate, fast-paced show featuring the greatest songs of all time. Each show is filled with funny and informative stories about the music that has become the soundtrack to our lives.
Hosted by Broadway and recording veteran, James A. Rocco and featuring a cast of show-stopping vocalists from Broadway, Hollywood, and concert stages, who knock the songs right out of the park, BROADWAY SONGBOOK® has played for private parties, on concert hall stages and in theatres and clubs of all sizes.
Musical Theatre and the Top 40, grew out of America’s diverse culture. BROADWAY SONGBOOK® brings that into focus. It’s an audience favorite that's relaxed, fun and filled with the inside scoop about the greatest songs of all time.
BROADWAY SONGBOOK® is produced and written by Jeffrey P. Scott and James A. Rocco for Thirty Saints Productions. Every show is customized for the venue and the audience, with a cast of 4 to 8 knockout performers backed by solo piano, a five piece band, full orchestra or high quality studio tracks.
Audiences have been overheard saying, “this is like gathering around a piano with your most talented friends.”
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Jeffrey Scott and James Rocco
The stories and songs behind Broadway's biggest hits.
A MINNESOTA MONTHLY BEST BET
Broadway Songbook salutes its magnificent legacy in a relaxed atmosphere that gives you the stories behind great hits, making it a thoroughly entertaining package. Katie Fraser, WCCO, CBS Affiliate
This is a great series.
Erin Nagel, BroadwayStars.com
An intimate view of the greatest musicals of all time.
KARE 11 NBC TV
The vibe is inviting and unpretentious. Rocco is a natural raconteur, I can see why the Broadway Songbook often sells out. Susannah Schoulweiler, Knight Arts
Top Pick for 2013 - Robustly entertaining. Intimate and personal.
Entertaining and meaningful. Rohan Preston, Star Tribune
Wowed the audience. ticket mayor.com
Inviting the audience in is what the Broadway Songbook series is all about. Curating the songs for an evening such as this means balancing the crowd-pleasing favorites with the unexpected renditions and forgotten gems. Written by Rocco and Jeffrey P. Scott, the intimate, clubby vibe of the performance, at no point feels too small for the (1900 seat ) room.
Twin Cities Arts Reader
If you'd like to see the revue done beautifully, don't miss the Broadway Songbook series at the Ordway. Hosted by James A. Rocco and written by James A. Rocco and Jeffrey P. Scott, the Songbook focuses on a songwriting team, an era or a particular style. Featuring a revolving cast of talented performers, the cast sells the hell out of the songs. MNTheaterLove.com