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Count Basie Theatre
Oct 6 2017
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With her distinctly recognizable curls and ceramic doll like features, the evergreen diva Bernadette Peters returns to the stage to wow the audience with a stellar music performance. The concert is scheduled to take place at the Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, CA, this July. If you want to be part of the highly anticipated evening then make sure to get your Bernadette Peters tickets.
Bernadette Peters made her Broadway debut with “Most Happy Fella” at the tender age of eleven. She is particularly famous for her comedy musical performances and has gained considerable success with period roles. In 1968, Peters performed in an off-Broadway musical called ‘Dames at Sea’. She played the character of a chorus girl named Ruby and upon the success of the production; Ruby became a household name across the country.
The young actress defied the stereotype of being cast as a high-pitched airhead blonde, and soon walked away with the lead role in the 1969 movie “George M”. The next year she performed opposite Robert Preston in the comedy “Mack and Mabel”. The seasoned actress seemed as comfortable on screen as she was on stage. Over the following years she appeared in a string of Hollywood projects such as “Silent Movie”, “Pennies from Heaven” and “The Jerk” wherein she played the challenging role of a long suffering wife.
Gifted with an immaculate sense of comic timing, a strong voice and a charisma to match, Peter soon became one of theatrical world’s most recognized ambassadors. Having appeared in a series of off-stage shows and projects, she invited immense mainstream attention and interest in Broadway. Popular stage plays that she was a part of include “The Odyssey” and “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella”.
With the Top 40 hit single called Gee Whiz, Peter not only ventured into another genre of the performing arts but also proved herself as a skillful and talented singer. She made her concert debut in 1996 at Carnegie Hall, located in her home city of New York. The second half of the performance was devoted to the works of Stephen Sondheim. Another similar concert was staged in London. Its live recordings got sold like hot cakes and it was also broadcasted on television channels. The singer has performed alongside many renowned orchestras such as the Dallas Symphony, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra as well as the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
The multitalented star has produced a total number of six records and three singles. Among her Grammy nominated music works include albums like Bernadette Peters Loves Rodgers and Hammerstein, Sondheim, Etc-Bernadette Peters Live at Carnegie Hall and I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight.
Peters has toured and held concerts at various cities and venues across the country. Her notable live performances include her ten city tour with Peter Allen, her solo concerts at Sydney Opera House and Hollywood Bowl.
Besides stage, cinema and recording studios, Peters has also done a sizeable amount of work for the television industry. Her hit ventures on the TV screen include ABC’s “Ugly Betty”, the famous “Grey’s Anatomy” and the breast cancer research themed drama called “Living Proof”.
During her long spanning career in the media industry, Bernadette Peters has received many accolades and honors. She was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in April of 1987. She also received the title of Hasty Pudding Woman Of The Year (1987). Other achievements by the performing artist include the Sarah Siddons Award, the American Theatre Hall of Fame induction, the Actor’s Fund Artistic Achievement Medal and Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame inclusion.
With a rich multidimensional career, Bernadette has given many memorable moments to every field she has worked in. You now have the chance to watch this beautiful and talented artist in her best form as she presents a collection of your favorite songs. So get your Bernadette Peters tickets and catch the singer live in your city.