This Two Act Musical Revue is sure to delight lovers of Broadway Musicals! Spotlighting the songs of the dynamic women of Broadway from Ethel Merman to Kristen Chenowith. Performed by three irresistible singer-actresses: Natalie Brouwer, Shannon Dionne, and Rebecca O’Quinn with maestro Brian Gurl at the piano. This revue will feature Broadway songs from Gershwin to Hamilton! Being performed in December, the second half of this revue will feature some of your favorite Christmas songs. Fun in store for all.
Natalie Brouwer, who performed in Players Circles inaugural season in HO!HO!HO!THE CHRISTMAS SHOW, LAUGHTER ON THE 23RD FLOOR, and THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME. A resident of Nashville raised in Asheville, some of her favorite recent roles include Margo in BRIGHT STAR, Lettie in SOMETHING’S AFOOT, and Suzy in THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES. She holds an MFA in Acting from UNC Greensboro.
Shannon Dionne, who also performed in HO!HO!HO!THE CHRISTMAS SHOW was born and raised in Birmingham, where she holds a BA in Musical Theatre from The University of Alabama. Her most recent role includes touring with the International company of HAIR in the role of Dionne. Favorite roles include Joanne in RENT, Ronette in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, and Dynamite in HAIRSPRAY.
Rebecca O’Quinn is an actress, musician, singer and choreographer, and resident of Asheville, NC. Last year she created a Players Circles movement, THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME. With multiple degrees in Musical Theatre, Dance, and Clinics Mental Health Counseling, Rebecca has performed on various cruise lines, and her favorite roles include Cassie in A CHORUS LINE and Gypsy Rose Lee in GYPSY.
Players Circle Theater, which seats typically 180, will now seat only 80 per performance with social distancing between groups of seats—complying with CDC guidelines.
46 VIP seats available per show, seated at a table closest to stage with waitress service for drinks and assorted high-end appetizers.
28 theater seats are available in the back of the theater close to the stage. Waitress service is not included with general admission tickets, but guests can go to the lobby bar to get a drink and bring it into the theater.