Since we last wrote about rising star Mark William, he has appeared in Over Here at the Triad, Young Frankenstein at the Walnut Street Theatre, at the closing night of the Cabaret Convention and has a new album Come Croon With Me soon to be released.
T2C caught up with this soulful crooner to learn more.
On Monday, Mark will be performing in the beautiful shul on 47th Street for the Actors Temple benefit.
Both in his show and his album William puts his own unique, youthful spin on golden age crooner styling, William performs a collection of classic tunes from Broadway and The Great American Songbook. With his glossy approach, he glides from Jerry Herman to Peter Allen to Henry Mancini with charismatic ease and a spring in his step.
On November 22nd at 7pm at The Green Room 42, Mr. William continues his love affair with the Great American Songbook in a brand new show. Mark William: Feeling Good is said to hypnotize with a set of enduring classics filtered through Mark’s perspective. The show is distinctly new-age romantic, while still evocative of golden-age cinematic glamour. Backed by a stellar five-piece band led by musical director Clint Edwards, Feeling Good is directed by Preston and Richard Ridge. This performance will also celebrate the release of Mark’s debut album, Mark William: Come Croon With Me.