Brent Carver and Carolee Carmello as Leo and Lucille Frank in a scene from the original Broadway production of Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry's Parade in 1999.
Brent Carver and Carolee Carmello as Leo and Lucille Frank in a scene from the original 1999 Broadway production of Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry's Parade.
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After recent acclaimed stagings of the musicals Titanic and Ragtime, Manhattan Concert Productions will present a one-night-only concert production of Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry's musical Parade at Avery Fisher Hall on February 16, 2015. Brown, who won a Tony Award for his score in 1999, will serve as the concert's musical director.

Parade, which premiered at Lincoln Center Theater in 1998, dramatizes the 1913 trial of Jewish factory manager Leo Frank, who was accused and convicted of raping and murdering his 13-year-old employee in Atlanta, Georgia. The musical, which originally starred Brent Carver and Carolee Carmello in Drama Desk Award-winning performances, also received a Tony for Uhry's book and the Drama Desk for Outstanding Musical.

The concert production will feature a full, professional Broadway cast, a choir of over 200 auditioned singers, and the New York City Chamber Orchestra. No casting for this production has yet been announced.

Tickets will go on sale September 2.