Broadway singers coming to Centreville for concert
CENTREVILLE — Two Broadway talents are coming to Centreville. The Queen Anne’s County Centre for the Arts has announced that it will host Paul Mcllivaine and Annie Gill, two nationally recognized performers, on Saturday, Jan. 21, beginning at 7 p.m.
Paul Mcllivaine has performed in a wide variety of venues from Carnegie Hall and Shea Stadium, where he has sung the National Anthem for Mets games, to Santo Domingo where he won critical acclaim for his performance at Teatro National’s 25th anniversary. He was featured in contemporary roles as well including “Once Upon a Mattress,” “A Christmas Carol” and the “Chocolate Soldier.” In addition to his appearances around the world, he has also appeared with the Delaware and Annapolis Symphony Orchestras and the Handel Choir in Baltimore.
On stage with Mcllivaine will be Annie Gill whose talents range from opera to musical theater. Gill performed at Carnegie Hall in 2013 after winning numerous awards and vocal competitions. She has performed in venues across the countr y and has received national acclaim for her soprano voice in operas, operettas, and musical theatre. She has been praised for “astounding technical vocal ability, solid song interpretation and stage presence,” She is a rising star who continues to attract the attention of the critics.
The Broadway Nights event will begin at 7 p.m. at the Queen Anne’s County Centre for the Arts, 206 S. Commerce St., in Centreville. The cost is $50 per person and includes the show, beer and wine and hors d’oeur ves. Cash bar will be available.
For information go to www. queenannescountyarts.com or call the arts council office at 410758-2520.