PECO Pops @ the Mann - "Three Singular Sensations" starring Martin Short, Marvin Hamlisch & Brian Stokes Mitchell

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Special Guest Mark Nadler
Event Information
Sunday, 7/10/2011 8:00PM
$75.00, $49.00, $29.00, $19.00 (lawn)

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Doors: 6PM, Showtime: 8:00PM / All Ages



This night of music and comedy is sure to be a highlight of the Mann’s summer season. Three sensations from the worlds of Broadway, television, and film join together for a special evening created by Marvin Hamlisch especially for the Mann.

Martin Short rose to stardom as a cast member of Saturday Night Live, then joined fellow SNL alumni Steve Martin and Chevy Chase in his big screen debut, Three Amigos. Martin’s stage productions include “Little Me,” to which he earned a Tony Award for ‘Best Actor,’ and Mel Brooks’ The Producers. Marvin Hamlisch is one of the greatest pops artists and conductors of our time. Winner of three Oscar awards, four Grammy awards, three Emmy awards, a Tony Award, three Golden Globe awards and the Pulitzer Prize, some of Hamlisch’s most notable works include "A Chorus Line," and "The Way We Were". Dubbed by the New York Times, “The Last Leading Man” on Broadway, Tony-Award Winner Brian Stokes Mitchell starred in John Williams’ Jazz version of “My Fair Lady” at Tanglewood and headlined the Carnegie Hall concert presentation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's “South Pacific” with Reba McEntire, which airs on PBS. Mark Nadler returns to the Mann after last season’s premier with the New York Pops. Demand for Mark’s concerts stretch across the globe each year and we are thrilled to have him back.

Artists and repertoire subject to change.

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