Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the iconic Musical, RENT, Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp, will return to the concert stage in 2016 in their acclaimed show: Adam & Anthony Live.
From their auspicious Broadway debut in Jonathan Larson’s RENT to their recent starring roles in the National Tour of the Tony Award winning hit, Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp have never lost their international fan base.
Now, after 20 years of friendship and co-starring roles, these two iconic Broadway stars are coming together to celebrate the iconic ground breaking musical.
The evening will feature material from both of the artists solo shows: Anthony’s concert features well known pop songs and original material: Cool songs with a hot band, plus fun stories. Adam’s MEANDLARRY set, featuring Musical Director Larry Edoff, offers original material as well as classics from CABARET, CHESS and cool and hip arrangements of classic standards.
Together, they’ll share stories about working on Jonathan Larsen’s Pulitzer Prize winning musical and offer duets as they performed in both the Broadway and National Tour engagements as well as in the film.
Adam Pascal just returned to Broadway’s Nederlander Theater, where RENT lived for years, in the new hit musical “Disaster!.”
Throughout the years, Adam has starred in Aida, Chess, Chicago, Memphis and many more Broadway shows. He tours extensively with Larry Edoff- and was featured in films School of Rock, RENT and more. He has 3 solo CD’s out and working on his 4th.
Anthony Rapp is one of the stars in the National Tour of IF/Then; a role he originated on Broadway opposite Idina Menzel.
He is preparing an off Broadway run of his new musical “Without You” based on his best selling book.
In addition to RENT and If/Then, Anthony starred in many Broadway musicals, such films as A Dangerous Mind and continues to tour throughout the country with his rock band and with individual projects.
SEASON TICKET HOLDERS – $40 OR $60*
*Based on season ticket holder voucher availability. Reservations can be made by calling the Box Office.