WILLIS-KNIGHTON MASTERWORKS SERIES
Saturday, March 28, 2015—7:30 PM
Broadway star tenor CRAIG SCHULMAN sings ‘Hero’ songs from Les Miserables and Camelot; ‘Monsters’ from The Phantom Of The Opera and Beauty and the Beast; ‘Madmen’ from Little Shop of Horrors, The Secret Garden and many more!
Premium prices apply to single tickets.
FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE – starts at 6:30 PM
Shuttle picks up at Regions Bank parking garage at the corner of Milam & Market Streets.
Craig Schulman is the only performer in the world to have performed three of the most extraordinary musical theatre characters ever written. He has appeared in the title roles of Jekyll & Hyde, Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom Of The Opera, and nearly 2,000 performances of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, on Broadway and around the world. He was chosen to represent the U.S. at the Les Misérables Tenth Anniversary Concert at Royal Albert Hall in October, 1995, which can often be seen on the PBS broadcast of the event. He has played Che in Evita; Tevye in Fiddler On The Roof and Archibald Craven in The Secret Garden at N.C.T. He has sung on The Rosie O'Donnell Show, NBC Weekend Today and Guiding Light, and was heard as the voices of "Placido Domingo" and "Luciano Pavarotti" on MTV's Claymation Celebrity Death Match.
Mr. Schulman moves freely between the worlds of Broadway, opera and symphonic pops programs. He has sung Don Jose in Carmen at Opera Carolina, Opera Memphis, and in Colorado; debuted as Judge Danforth in The Crucible at Tulsa Opera; and sang Eisenstein in Strauss' Die Fledermaus with Opera Memphis. He also sang with Sherrill Milnes and Mignon Dunn at Opera Memphis' 40th Anniversary Gala Concert. He is the creator and producer of the BROADWAY NIGHTS™ Concert Series, and two solo programs: HEROES, MONSTERS & MADMEN™ and CRAIG SCHULMAN ON BROADWAY™. Craig teaches college level acting classes and he is married to prominent New York City voice teacher Monica Robinson, and they are the proud parents of two sons and a daughter. Craig lovingly dedicates his performance to the memory of his daughter Jenna. www.craigschulman.com