James Barbour is Back With His Fifth Annual Holiday Season at Sardi’s Starting Tonight!

Laughing Dog Media proudly announces Broadway star and dreamy vocal powerhouse James Barbour’s Fifth Annual Holiday Season at Sardi’s (234 West 44th Street, New York, NY) which launches with a Pre-Thanksgiving Concert on Saturday evening, November 10th. The concert, entitled “Bring Me Giants,” will present the songs from Mr. Barbour’s CD of the same title that is in its second printing on the GlobalVision Records Label. James Barbour’s annual Holiday Concerts are sold-out events of vocal magic and audience exaltation.

This year the November 10th Concert, as well as the Annual Holiday Concerts, which are being scheduled as we speak and will run through December, will be presented on the fourth floor in the famous Eugenia Room.

The concerts begin tonight at 8:30pm. The Eugenia Room will open at 8:00pm for champagne, drinks and Sardi’s internationally appreciated desserts.

In a side note, Laughing Dog Media is currently planning a series of interviews, hosted by Mr. Barbour, which will feature noted film and theatre luminaries interviewing their peers, co-stars, directors and Academy Award winning producers.

The interview series, which will follow the Holiday Concerts, will be filmed and recorded for global television and radio audiences with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Stay tuned.

See you November 10 at 8:00pm in the Eugenia Room.

James starred on Broadway in A Tale Of Two Cities (Sydney Carton) for which he was nominated for Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Awards for Best Actor, Carousel (Billy Bigelow), Jane Eyre (Rochester, Drama League Award Nomination), Beauty And The Beast (Beast), Urinetown (Lockstock), Assassins (Czolgosz), and Cyrano The Musical.  He was part of the original National tour of The Secret Garden and starred as ‘Lancelot’ in, Camelot opposite Jeremy Irons (Hollywood Bowl) which he reprised on Broadway with Mr. Irons for the Irish Repertory Theatre and also played the role opposite Michael York (National Tour). He starred in the world premiere of Nightmare Alley at The Geffen Theatre, co-starred in Lewis And Clark Reach The Euphrates (Mark Taper Forum), the world premiere of 20th Century (Signature Theatre) and has appeared in many other regional and Off-Broadway productions including A Tale Of Two Cities at the Asolo Theatre for which he won the Sarasota Magazine Award for Best Actor, Back From Broadway (which he also co-produced and for which he received an LA Weekly Garland Award), He was also nominated for an LA Ovation Award for The Ghost And Mrs. Muir at the NOHO Arts Center in Los Angeles.  Television and Film: AlchemyAdam Sandler’s Eight Crazy NightsEdSex In The CityJust Shoot Me, The District, That’s Life, The Game, Some Enchanted Evening, The American Experience John And Abigail Adams. His voice can be heard on the recordings of Jane Eyre, Assassins, Broadway In Concert, The Gift, Frank Wildhorn’s Dracula, A Gift Of Christmas and the release of his new CD, Bring Me Giants. He can be seen on December 3rd in the one night only Assassins benefit performance for the RoundAbout Theatre company www.jamesbarbour.com  

SARDI’S: 234 West 44th Street $65, $45, $25 www.SmatTix.com   212-221-8440

About The Author

Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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