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Jason Graae Stars in "Jerry Herman: The Broadway Legacy Concert" with the Signature Symphony

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Aired on Friday, October 23rd.

On this edition of ST, we speak with the critically acclaimed singer and actor Jason Graae, who has starred on Broadway in "A Grand Night for Singing," "Falsettos," "Stardust," and "Snoopy!" -- among other shows -- and has appeared Off-Broadway in such hits as "Forever Plaid," "Olympus on My Mind," "All in the Timing," and more. A comic performer with a strong voice and a broad range of abilities, Graae, who actually grew up in Tulsa, has also appeared in various operas, and has done several one-man shows and cabaret concerts nationwide over the years. He'll be returning to Tulsa this weekend for a pair of special performances at TCC's Van Trease PACE, which he tells us about. "Jerry Herman: The Broadway Legacy Concert" -- a career-spanning revue of Herman's music presented by the ASCAP Foundation and Spot-On Entertainment -- will find Graae singing with the Signature Symphony both tonight (the 23rd) and tomorrow night (the 24th) at 7:30pm. More about this concert, including ticket details, can be found here.

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