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Paramour Star Ruby Lewis Releases Single to Benefit Alzheimer's Association

The star of Broadway’s original Cirque musical lends her voice to a John Williams classic.

Paramour star Ruby Lewis will release a special holiday single.
Paramour star Ruby Lewis will release a special holiday single to benefit the Alzheimer's Association.
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Ruby Lewis, leading lady of Broadway's Cirque du Soleil Paramour at the Lyric Theatre, has released a holiday single cover of John Williams' classic "Somewhere in My Memory," being released today. All proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer's Association.

Lewis collaborated with producer David Wise and arranger/orchestrator Rick McKee to reimagine the song. The single is available via digital retailers and streaming services.

"Having dealt with the difficulty of a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's," said Lewis, "I felt it was important to do my part and also spread some love and cheer this holiday season."

Set in Golden Age Hollywood, Paramour follows a young poet who is forced to choose between love and art. Under the artistic guidance of Jean-François Bouchard, French director Philippe Decouflé stages and choreographs the production. The production stars Lewis as the starlet Indigo, Ryan Vona as the composer Joey, and Jeremy Kushnier as the director A.J.

For tickets to Paramour, click here.

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