MANCHESTER, NH – Individually, they’ve performed on Broadway, from “Jersey Boys” and “Assassins,” to “42nd Street.” Altogether, Under the Streetlamp is an irresistible quartet ready to deliver an electrifying evening of classic hits from the American Radio Songbook at the Palace Theatre on May 16. These talented four bring a unique blend of tight harmonies and slick dance moves to everyone’s favorite Doo-Wop, Motown, and old time Rock ‘n’ Roll hits.
Michael Ingersoll is a multitalented musician and actor who has a diverse array of credits, from “Frost/Nixon” and “Beauty & the Beast,” to “Julius Caesar.” He made his film debut in the Johnny Cash biopic “Walk the Line,” and enjoyed a three year run as Nick Massi of the Four Seasons in “Jersey Boys.”
Christopher Kale Jones’ big break came in 2006, when he was cast in “Jersey Boys” as Frankie Valli for the first national tour. Other career highlights include Mercury in “Olympus On My Mind,” and Seymour in “Little Shop of Horrors.”
Shonn Wiley made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning revival of “42nd Street.” He was then asked to star in a groundbreaking production of “42nd Street” in Moscow, making Shonn the first American actor to perform in an English-speaking musical in Russia. Wiley was featured in the Chicago cast of “Jersey Boys” as Bob Gaudio.
Brandon Wardell is the newest member of Under the Streetlamp. He made his Broadway debut in “James Joyce’s The Dead,” alongside Christopher Walken, and also appeared in “Thoroughly Modern Millie” opposite Sutton Foster. He also performed on Broadway in the casts of “Assassins” with Neil Patrick Harris, “Good Vibrations” and “Catch Me If You Can,” and was featured in “RENT” at the Hollywood Bowl, directed by Neil Patrick Harris.
Don’t miss a chance to see this amazing vocal group in a one night only event May 16, 2017. Sing all your favorites from the Drifters to Franki Valli and so much more!Tickets range from $50-$65, or $90 which includes a pre-show meet and greet.
About the Palace Theatre
The Palace Theatre is a nonprofit performing arts center that hosts its own professional company, youth and teen program, and presenting acts. It is committed to achieving its mission through preserving the historic facilities of the theater, responding creatively to the cultural and entertainment needs of the community, and governing in a fiscally responsible and strategic manner. For information about pricing, visit the Palace Theatre’s website at www.palacetheatre.org