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A Broadway Valentine In Riverhead

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Charl Brown

Charl Brown

Nasia Thomas

Nasia Thomas

Rick Faugno

Rick Faugno

Teal Wicks

Teal Wicks

Telly Leung

Telly Leung

authorStaff Writer on Jan 24, 2022

For the first time, Suffolk Theater in Riverhead will welcome New York casting director Stephen DeAngelis to produce and host “A Broadway Valentine,” — a celebration of musical theater’s greatest love songs performed by five of Broadway’s finest leading vocalists — along with special offerings to make for the perfect Valentine’s Day date.

The show features Teal Wicks, Charl Brown, Alysha Umphress, Rick Faugno and Nasia Thomas, Broadway stars who will recreate their most memorable musical career highlights and display their versatility with selections from popular shows such as “Wicked,” “Waitress,” “Funny Girl,” “The Cher Show,” “Motown: The Musical,” “Memphis,” “Sister Act,” “Ragtime,” “Fosse,” and others. Two of the featured performers, Teal Wicks and Rick Faugno, are no strangers to the East End, having performed previously at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. The musical director and accompanist for the evening will be Rachel Dean (“Hamilton,” “Moulin Rouge”).

Curated exclusively for Suffolk Theater and fit for its cabaret-style seating, patrons may call ahead to have their favorite wine or champagne, flowers or special gifts, waiting for them at their table when they arrive. In addition, the bar will be offering specialty cocktails created exclusively for the show.

Tickets for “A Broadway Valentine” at 8 p.m. on Saturday, February 12, are $65 to $75. Suffolk Theater is at 118 East Main Street in Riverhead. Tickets are available online at SuffolkTheater.com.

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