Broadway veterans George Dvorsky, Scott Holmes, Byron Nease, and Ron Raines will reprise their popular cabaret act Leading Men Don't Dance at the Community Theatre in Morristown, New Jersey on Saturday, April 15 at 8pm.
In the show, co-created by Holmes and Nease, the four perform such beloved theater songs as "They Call the Wind Maria," "One More Walk Around the Garden," and "Pretty Women."
Dvorsky's Broadway credits include Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Passion. Holmes, who plays Tom Hughes on the CBS daytime drama As The World Turns, has appeared in Evita and The Rink. Nease co-starred in Mame and The Phantom of the Opera. Raines was seen on Broadway in Chicago, Teddy & Alice, and Show Boat, and he is a Daytime Emmy Award nominee this year for his role as Alan Spaulding on Guiding Light.
Tickets for the April 5 show range in price from $32 to $47 and can be ordered by calling 973-539-8008.
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