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Benefit Musical Theatre Concert

October 31 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

- $65

On Halloween…
join ESB for an intimate Musical Theater concert featuring Broadway Alums!

Join us on Halloween afternoon for a one-time concert performance of some of the greatest hits in classic and modern musical theatre! The live performance will include numbers from Halloween-worthy productions including Into the Woods, Wicked, and Phantom of the Opera, as well as classic and modern repertoire from Rent, The King and I, The Music Man, and Spring Awakening.

You’ll be welcomed into a spacious outdoor patio at a private residence, with ample room for physical distancing. Adult beverages will be served, and guests will have the opportunity to speak with the artists after the performance.

As ESB Founders Amy and Keith spent over 10 years in NYC in the music industry, and built friendships with incredible artists over that time. With all of Broadway performances, and tours of Orchestral Concerts and Musicals cancelled around the world, we have seen many of our friends’ careers put at a standstill. This performance (as well as “The Zoo Story”), are not only opportunities to see and meet some incredible Broadway talent, but also offers these artists an opportunity to do what they love, which is to perform and entertain, and allows us, as musicphiles and modern-day bohemians to continue to experience incredible musical performances!

We ask that all guests respect the personal space of others and maintain distance during this time! ESB will be following strict guidelines to ensure the safety of all guests and staff.

Profits from this performance goes directly to the artists, who like our colleagues in food and beverage, have lost all employment and performance opportunities during the pandemic.

Thank you for supporting ESB and our artists! Take this opportunity to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve in a new delicious and devilishly entertaining way.

Matt Shingledecker is delighted to be working with Epicurean SB again after last year’s developmental reading of Private Lives. Prior to the pandemic, he was touring North America as Enjolras in the Musical Phenomenon Les Miserables, and he recently mounted his first concert: Matt Shingledecker and Friends “From Charleston to Broadway and Back Again” in his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina. Broadway credits include Wicked (Fiyero), West Side Story (Tony – Featured in Arthur Laurent’s Memoir “The Rest of the Story: A Life Completed), and Spring Awakening. Off-Broadway credits include Rent (Roger – Original Revival Cast) and Amy Baer and Keith Robinson’s Standby (Jonathan). Other touring credits include Wicked and Spring Awakening. London: Homemade Fusion. Immersive: Dani Girl, Michael Arden’s Adaptation of La Ronde, The Golden Lotus, and For Madmen Only. TV/Film: Blue Bloods, Regis & Kelly (Regis’s Farewell Episode), Seaside, Future 38, Sweet Parents, Grind, Eugenia & John, and Barflies. Other Credits include numerous developmental projects in NYC and LA as well as a number of regional productions. BFA Elon University. Twitter/Instagram: @m_shingledecker

Caitlin Finnie grew up in Calgary, AB and The Woodlands, TX. She then attended Northwestern University where she studied Voice and Opera at the Bienen School of Music and Musical Theatre at the School of Communication. During her time there, she performed at The Lyric Opera of Chicago in their production of ​The King I. After closing ​King and I​ that spring, she graduated from Northwestern with a Bachelor of Music and a Certificate in Music Theatre. Upon moving to New York, she was cast in the North American tour of ​Les Misérables​, which she performed in for over two years as a Cosette understudy and in the ensemble. She is currently on the ​Phantom of the Opera ​World Tour as the Christine Daaé.

 

 

Bill English’s Broadway credits include Anything Goes, Twentieth Century. His Off Broadway/Regional credits include Into the Woods (Flint Rep), The Music Man (Arizona Theatre Co.), Streamers (Roundabout), The Full Monty, A Christmas Carol (NSMT), The Shaggs (NYMF), The Times (Sonnet Rep), Dracula (Triad Stage), The Man Who Came to Dinner (ACC). He was made several television appearances in series including Madam Secretary, The Good Wife, Elementary, Person of Interest, Family Guy, Outnumbered, Cavemen, Melrose Place.  Bill received his BFA from University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and is a proud member of Actors Equity and SAG/Aftra.

 

Tickets

12 available
Broadway Benefit Concert$65.00

Details

Date:
October 31
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Cost:
$65
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Venue

Private Residence
Santa Barbara, CA United States
Phone:
(805) 335-1627

Organizer

ESB
Phone:
805.335.1627
Email:
support@epicureansb.com

Other

Attire
Smart Casual
Parking
Self Parking
Food Sensitivities
Vegetarian Options
Open To
Members & Member Guests