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Urban Stages

259 West 30th St
New York, NY 10001


Award-winning musical by Stephen Cole & Matthew Martin Ward
20th Anniversary Concert Performance
Role - Edith Harnham
December 21, 2017 @ 7PM

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts

800 Bagby St
Houston, TX 77002

5th Avenue Theatre 5thavenue.org

1308 5th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101


April 20 - May 6, 2017
Harman Center for the Arts

610 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20004


The Shakespeare Theatre Company
A Co-Production with Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre

November 15 - December 31, 2016



"Parto! Ma tu ben mio" from La Clemenza di Tito

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Der Gang zum Liebchen

Johannes Brahms

Someone to Watch Over Me

George Gershwin

"Meine Lippen, sie küssen so heiss" from Giuditta

Franz Lehár

"O mio babbino caro" from Gianni Schicchi

Giacomo Puccini

"Meine Seele hört im Sehen" from Neun deutsche Arien

George Frederic Handel

"What a movie!!" from Trouble in Tahiti

Leonard Bernstein

Mary Jo DuGaw

is a versatile singer whose musicality and clarity of tone has allowed her to perform repertoire by Bach, Handel, Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Brahms, Puccini, Chabrier and Rodrigo with confidence and flexibility--and in the company of some of the Northwest's finest musicians. Equally at ease in the intimacy of the Recital Hall or on the Concert Stage, she has appeared as Soprano Soloist with Seattle Symphony, Northwest Sinfonietta, Philharmonia Northwest, Ensemble Vindobona and Seattle Choral Company. Mary Jo's theatricality and interpretive style have put her in demand to perform lighter repertoire as well, including Lehar, Romberg, Herbert, Porter, Lerner & Loewe, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Lloyd Webber, Bernstein and Gershwin.

"DuGaw... lent a clear, ringing soprano to the works, drawing on her considerable capacity for grace and power."

-- Michael Hill, The News Tribune