Stars in Concert to feature Megan Hilty, Cynthia Erivo & Annaleigh Ashford this December at Lincoln Center

The three "Live From Lincoln Center" concerts will be staged from December 18 to 20, 2018 in The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Megan Hilty, Cynthia Erivo & Annaleigh Ashford

Three modern-day Broadway leading ladies are set to entertain audiences at Lincoln Center this December, as Tony Award winner Annaleigh Ashford, Tony Award nominee Megan Hilty, and Tony Award winner Cynthia Erivo will headline the second edition of "Stars in Concert".

All performances will take place at The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center, "combining the intimacy of cabaret with the razzle dazzle of Broadway" and will be broadcast on PBS in 2019.

December 18 - Annaleigh Ashford

Ms. Ashford is a bona fide Broadway favorite, who most recently starred opposite Jake Gylenhaal in Sunday in the Park with George. Her other Broadway credits include her Tony Award-winning performance as Essie in You Can't Take It With You, her Tony-nominated turn as Lauren in Kinky Boots, the title role in Sylvia, as well as HairLegally Blonde, and the role of Glinda in Wicked.

December 19 - Megan Hilty

Ms. Hilty's popularity skyrocketed after starring in her TV role as Ivy Lynn in NBC's Broadway-centric musical series "Smash". She has also starred as Glinda in Wicked, originated the role of Doralee Rhodes in 9 to 5 and earned a Tony Award nomination for her most recent Broadway role as Brooke Ashton in 2016's Noises Off.

December 20 - Cynthia Erivo

Ms. Erivo burst onto the Broadway scene and won her first Tony Award with her Broadway debut as Celie in The Color Purple; reprising the role from the original London production. Her other UK stage credits include The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Sister Act, and I Can't Sing! The X Factor Musical.

Last year's series of concerts featured Leslie Odom Jr., Andrew Rannells, Sutton Foster, and Stephanie J. Block, who all offered renditions of their favorite songs, career milestones and sneak peeks of future projects in front of the lucky patrons in the audience and the millions of PBS viewers.

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