Three of the main cast members of “Chaplin The Musical,” a new Broadway show about the life of Charlie Chaplin, which is opening at the Ethel Barrymore on September 10, sang three of the show’s songs at the Broadway in Bryant Park concert of August 2nd.
Christiane Noll, who plays Hannah Chaplin, Charlie’s mother (and, little-known to the public, a prostitute), sings “Look At All The People.”
Rob McClure, who plays the Little Tramp himself, sings “If I Left London”
Jenn Colella, who plays gossip columnist Hedda Hopper, sings “All Fall Down.”
Here is Rob McClure
Here are Christiane Noll and Jenn Colella
The performers are three of the 24 members of the cast for the musical, whose songs are written by composer and lyricist Christopher Curtis, and who co-wrote the book with three-time Tony winner Thomas Meehan (Annie, The Producers, Hairspray.) Warren Carlyle (Finian’s Rainbow, Hugh Jackman Back on Broadway) is directing.
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