Kevin McGuire to perform at Hubbard Hall
McGuire, a Hoosick Falls, N.Y. native, has starred in national and International tours of "Les Miserables," "Phantom of The Opera," "The Secret Garden" and "Jane Eyre." At Hubbard Hall, he acted in and directed more than 50 plays and musicals. This past fall and winter, he performed in the Drama Desk nominated "Donnybrook" at the Irish Repertory theater in New York City. Most recently, McGuire was seen in critically-acclaimed productions of "Uncle Vanya" and "Red."
Tolley, McGuire's frequent collaborator, is making his Hubbard Hall debut.
His career as a performer and music educator has encompassed composing and producing music for all of the major broadcast networks, as well as for Steven Spielberg and the Disneyland parks in Paris and Tokyo. He has written seven musicals, including one that ran off-Broadway and was nominated for two Grammy awards. Tolley has performed for four U. S. Presidents (Ford, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton), as well as made several appearances on Johnny Carson's "Tonight" Show, one of which in 1985 launched his career when he, impromptu, filled in for an injured pianist He is currently an Associate Professor and Director of the Music Industry program at Delaware State University.
Tickets for "Kevin McGuire: In Concert" are $20 for Hubbard Hall members, $22 for non-members and $15 for students. Tickets are available at www.hubbardhall.org or by calling (518) 677-2495.
Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts, located in a renovated 1878 rural opera house and adjacent former freight yard complex, is a community arts center dedicated to bringing the best of the arts to the region with year-round theater, music and dance performances and classes and workshops for all ages and skill levels. Hubbard Hall is located at 25 East Main Street in Cambridge, N.Y. For more information on this and all Hubbard Hall programs, or to purchase tickets, register for classes, make a donation and/or become a member or Theatre subscriber, visit www.hubbardhall.org.
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