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* the New York Pops* the City of London Phil har mon ic* the Santa Fe, Pacific, St. Louis, Cape, Chattanooga, Signature, Lake Charles,
Irving and Springfield Sym pho nies, the Naples Philharmonic and more
Per form ing in such venues as:
* Carnegie Hall* Radio City Music Hall* Lon dons Royal Albert Hall* the Library of Congress
This trio of Broadway stars (who all played Christine in PHANTOM) sings everything from Broadway classics to the Beatles as solo artists and indistinctively intricate three-part harmony. These ladies provide an evening ofsurprises and flirtatious fun with exquisite musicianship, humor and class. Think The Three Tenors, but cooler, funnier, and they look better in cocktail dresses!
They have performed their concerts at theatres such as the Wilson Center for the Arts (Brookfield, WI), the Sunset Center (Carmel, CA), the Tennessee Williams Theatre (Key West, FL) and the Cinegrill cabaret in Hollywood. They have appeared in galas for Oklahoma City Rep, the Children's Burn Foundatio, the American Heart Association and Bank of America, in San Francisco's R.E.A.F. AIDS benefits and L.A.'s S.T.A.G.E. benefits, as part of Holiday Express concerts for Hurricane Katrina victims in New Orleans, and on television in the 2004 Jerry Lewis Mus-cular Dystrophy Telethon - sharing the stage with Micha el Feinstein, Maureen McGovern, Lucie Arnaz, Tony Danza, Jack Jones and many others along the way.
have collectively starred in hundreds of musicalsacross the country, in clud ing such Broadway shows as: LES MISERABLES, SHOW BOAT, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN, SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE and SHE LOVES ME. plus more than 4,000 performances as Christine Daa in THEPHANTOM OF THE OPERA. Together and/or in di vid u al ly they have sung with:
The ShowsThe Shows
The HolidaysThis collection of seasonal favorites includes a variety of holiday classics, from the sacred O Holy Night to the secular Ill Be Home for Christmas, and could feature the traditional "Carol of the Bells," an a cappella rendition of Sleigh Ride and a playful trio of Santa Baby, all performed in festive red evening gowns.
BALULALOWTHE BELLS OF CHRISTMASBRING A TORCH JEANETTE ISABELLACAROLING,CAROLINGCAROL OF THE BELLSHARD CANDY CHRISTMASHAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMASILL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
Songs could include:
I SAW THREE SHIPSLULLABYO HOLY NIGHTSANTA BABYSLEIGH RIDESNOWSOME CHILDREN SEE HIMWHITE CHRISTMAS
BEI MIR BIST DU SCHN (S. Cahn)COME TO MY GARDEN (The Secret Garden)HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE (The Beatles)I FEEL PRETTY (West Side Story)IF EVER I WOULD LEAVE YOU (Camelot)IF I LOVED YOU (Carousel) IF I WERE A BELL (Guys & Dolls) ITS A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING (State Fair) LADYS MAID (Titanic)THE LONELY GOATHERD (The Sound of Music)MEMORY (Cats)MOONSHINE LULLABY (Annie Get Your Gun)OLD DEVIL MOON (Finian's Rainbow)
THE PRAYER (C. Bayer Sager and D. Foster)PRETTY WOMEN (Sweeney Todd)SEASONS OF LOVE (Rent)SIMPLE (Nine)SIMPLE LITTLE THINGS (110 in the Shade)SING FOR YOUR SUPPER (The Boys from Syracuse)SOMETHINGS COMING (West Side Story)STANDING ON THE CORNER (The Most Happy Fella)THE SWEETEST SOUNDS (No Strings)THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A DAME (South Pacific)THREE LITTLE MAIDS (Hot Mikado)TONIGHT (West Side Story)THE TROLLEY SONG (Meet Me in St. Louis)
This program is a tribute to the classics of Broadway and pop stan-dards, from the golden era of the 40s and 50s, through the mega-musicals Les Miserables and The Phantom of the Opera, and up to present-day hits. This tune-filled evening includes duets and trios, ranging from the Andrews Sisters to Rodgers and Hammerstein to the Beatles, with a trio of Memory and a thrilling dueling high-note finale from Phantom.
LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING/ONCE UPON A DREAM/ON MY OWN MEDLEY (Aspects of Love, Jekyll & Hyde, Les Miserables)
WICKED MEDLEYJERSEY BOYS MEDLEY
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA MEDLEY
Songs could include:
Broadway,Etc. and The Holidays can be performed individually or in combination with the other, in lengths of 30, 45, 60 or 90 minutes. These shows are scored for almost any combination, from piano alone to a full-sized orchestra.
Extraordinary Superb voices and blend are truly magic. Lee Miller, Producer, 2004 Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon
Teri Bibb played Christine Daa in THE PHAN TOM OF THE OPERA on Broad way and with the na tion al tour, during which she sang for both former Pres i dent Clinton and for former Pres i dent Bush at a com mand per for mance at the White House, and earned a Helen Hayes Award nom i na tion and a Carbonell Award. Also on Broad way: Amalia in She Loves Me (stand by). Re gion al ly, she starred in the world premiere of Songs From the Tall Grass at the Fords Theatre. Ms. Bibb has been a featured soloist in trib utes hon- or ing Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stephen Sondheim, and Harold Prince, in clud ing "The Broad way Prince" at Carnegie Hall and seven annual "The Night of 1,000 Voices" concerts at Lon don's Royal Albert Hall. She sang duets with tenor Jos Carreras at Radio City Music Hall and was featured in "One Enchanted Evening" at Belfast's Odyssey Arena. She can be heard on the recordings "Unsung Irving Berlin," "Sondheim Tonight" and "A Gala Concert for Hal Prince." She has guest starred on TV, been a supporting player on fi lm, and has sung on several fi lm scores, including "Ice Age" and "Polar Express." Recently Teri was a featured soloist on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." www.TeriBibb.com
Karen Culliver played Christine Daa in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, Rosa Bud in THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD, Lucille Ballard in MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS and Kim Ravenal in SHOW BOAT on Broadway. Off-Broadway Karen was Luisa in THE FAN-TASTICKS (fi lmed for Lincoln Center). Touring credits include Christine in PHANTOM, appearing in Chicago, Los Angeles & San Francisco. In California, she has been seen as Lina Lamont in SINGIN IN THE RAIN, Grace in ANNIE, Rosabella in THE MOST HAPPY FELLA, Magnolia in SHOW BOAT, Lily in THE SECRET GARDEN, Adriana in THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE (starring David Hyde Pierce), Mrs. Nordstrom in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC and Christine in Yeston/Kopits PHANTOM. Various national theatres have seen her as Marian in THE MUSIC MAN, Carlotta in THE SWEET REVENGE OF LUISA MAY (nominated for the Helen Hayes Award), Eliza in MY FAIR LADY and Fiona in BRIGADOON. Recordings include Christmas Center Stage and The Portrait, Yamahas disclavier CDs of Broadway Love Songs and Songs from THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA." Karen has recentlly branched into directing, including productions of LITTLE WOMEN, GUYS & DOLLS and ONCE ON THIS ISLAND for OCHSA.
Mary DArcy has starred as Christine Daa opposite both Michael Crawford and Colm Wilkinson in Lord Andrew Lloyd Webbers THE PHAN TOM OF THE OP ERA in Los An ge les, Toronto, and on Broad way. Ms. DArcy also starred on Broad way as Kathy Selden in SINGIN IN THE RAIN and originated the roles of Celeste II / Elaine in SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, and Cinderella in the Play wrights Horizon work shop of INTO THE WOODS, both writ ten by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. She has toured the former Soviet Union in Duke Ellingtons SO PHIS TI CAT ED LADIES and the United States as the late Richard Harris favorite Guenevere in CAMELOT. Ms. DArcy can be seen op po site James Woods and Drew Barrymore in Steven Kings cult classic fi lm Cats Eye. She is very proud to her work on Sondheim, a recorded tribute to the com pos er on which she pre miered the vocal ren di tion of Goodbye For Now (the theme from War ren Beattys Reds), as well as Take Me to the World from EVENING PRIM-ROSE. Each holiday season for the past 10 years, Mary has volunteered and performed with the charitable organization, Holiday Express. www.holidayexpress.org
THE 2004 JERRY LEWIS MDA TELETHONTHE CAPE SYMPHONY
THE ARTHRITIS FOUNDATIONTHE CHATTANOOGA SYMPHONY
THE PALM SPRINGS DESERT AIR MUSEUMBANK OF AMERICA
THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATIONTHE SPRINGFIELD SYMPHONY, MO
THE CHILDRENS BURN FOUNDATIONTHE CENTER THEATRE GROUP, LOS ANGELES
THE TENNESSEE WILLIAMS THEATRE, KEY WEST, FLTHE WILSON CENTER, BROOKFIELD, WI
THE RED SKELTON PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, INMCLOONE'S SUPPER CLUB, ASBURY PARK, NJ
THE MIZNER CENTRE FOR THE ARTS, BOCA RATON, FLTHE RICHMOND-ERMET AIDS FOUNDATION, SAN FRANCISCO
THE COMPANY OF FOOLS THEATRE, HAILEY, IDTHE SIGNATURE SYMPHONY
THE RUBICON THEATRE COMPANY, VENTURA, CAOKLAHOMA CITY REPERTORY THEATRE
THE CASINO CLUB, CHICAGOA.G. EDWARDS
THE CENTURY VILLAGE THEATRES, FLKEMPER LESNIK INSURANCE
THE JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICETHE ANNENBERG THEATRE, PALM SPRINGS, CA
THE NORRIS THEATRE, PALOS VERDES, CATHE CLARK CENTER, ARROYO GRANDE, CA
AIDS PROJECT LOS ANGELES
To para phrase a familiar lyric by Alan Jay Lerner, I could have listened all night. Rick Rogers,The Daily Oklahoman
Lead i ngLadies
Extraordinary Superb voices and blend are truly magic, and (they) swept the audience along. Lee Miller, Producer, 2004 Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon
The Ladies were a huge hit in San Franciscos Help is on the Way for the Hol i days V. (They) totally enthralled the audience and left them screaming for more. Ken Henderson, Executive Director, Richmond-Ermet AIDS Foundation, San Francisco
Magnificent ... brought glamour and grace to the event. - Katherine Moore, Jewish Vocational Service Diamond Anniversary Gala
There is no music written that does not sound more beautiful and exciting when sung by these three ladies. Each is a superb soloist, but when combined, your pleasure will be tripled. -- Don Pippin, Emmy and Tony Award-winning Broadway conductor
A sell-out concert that left my Broadway-savvy audience on their feet wanting more! Their music of the night is a true joy. Frank Wood, Executive Director, Performing Arts Centers of Key West
(They) combine their silver-toned voices and interact with the audience in such captivating fashionpure elegant fun!- Peter Jaffe, Music Director & Conductor, the Stockton Symphony
After Bibb, Culliver and DArcy each sang the line, Think of Me, in those beautiful but very different voices, one could do nothing else. Gwenn Friss, Cape Cod Times
Two sold out houses...! The Phantoms Leading Ladies are terrifi c! Lisa Sheehy, Director of Concert Operations, Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra