Nancy Anderson is back to celebrate her new recording, Ten Cents a Dance, which features standards and lost treasures from the 1920s and 30s. Produced by Bill Daugherty with Ross Patterson and Danny Whitby as musical directors, the cd includes "The Trouble With Me Is You", "My Romance", "But Not for Me", and the title track "Ten Cents a Dance."
For the concert, Ms. Anderson will be joined by musical director Ross Patterson an his Little Big Band. Anderson is a two-time Drama Desk nominee for her work as the title character in the Off-Broadway production of Fanny Hill and as all of the women in Jolson & Co. In 2002, she was honored with an Olivier Award nomination and a Helen Hayes Award nomination for her work as Bianca/Lois in Kiss Me, Kate, seen on PBS and available on DVD. She has appeared on Broadway as Helen in Wonderful Town and Mona in A Class Act.
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