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(Broadway baritone William Michals, currently finishing a run in Pioneer Theatre Company's production of "Man of La Mancha," will perform a program of classic showtunes May 20 at Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. (Courtesy photo) )
William Michals brings his baritone to Rose Wagner
Musical concert » Fresh from his lead role in “Man of La Mancha,” Michals brings show tunes to Salt Lake City.
First Published May 07 2012 04:44 pm • Last Updated May 08 2012 09:24 am

If you’ve already witnessed William Michals as Miguel de Cervantes and Don Quixote in Pioneer Theatre Company’s production of "Man of La Mancha" then you already know the man needs little in the way of introduction. His singing, to resort to truth by way of cliché, speaks for itself.

Fresh from his role, and before heading back to his East Coast abode, Williams will present a full-dress program of Broadway show tune favorites May 20, including classics by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Lerner and Loewe, Jerome Kern, Andrew Lloyd Weber, his friend Frank Wildhorn.

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William Michals: Broadway in Concert

When » May 20, 3 p.m.

Where » Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 W. 100 South, Salt Lake City

Info » $25-$35. Call 801-355-ARTS or visit www.arttix.org or www.williammichals.com for more information.

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"I love to pick and choose my favorites, and crowd favorites, when I put together a program like this," he wrote via e-mail.

"Some Enchanted Evening," "Music of the Night," and "This Is The Moment" from Michals’ many Broadway roles in "South Pacific," "Les Misérable," "Chicago," "Phantom," "Camelot," "Music Man," and "Oklahoma!" are included. So, too, are selections from "Man of La Mancha!"

If you enjoyed the flair of this "Broadway baritone" from "Man of La Mancha," and enjoy musicals, this is a safe investment in your late afternoon entertainment.




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