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Season 103

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December 16-19, 2020

Bay City Players and Kevin Cole present COLE IN YOUR STOCKING. HO-HO-HO It’s KEVIN COLE
tickling the Steinway ivories with all your Christmas favorites. This benefit concert for Bay City
Players is a great way for you and your family to kick-off the holiday season. You’ll find that
COLE IN YOUR STOCKING is a good thing! Tickets are $20 and proceeds will go to Bay City
Players building fund to fix the roof. This event will be available as a paid virtual performance
and if permitted by government directives we will have a small socially distanced live audience.

Director

Kevin Cole

Kevin Cole is an award-winning musical director, arranger, composer, vocalist and archivist who garnered the praises of Irving BerlinHarold ArlenE.Y. HarburgHugh Martin, Burton LaneMarvin HamlischStephen Sondheim and members of the Jerome Kern and Gershwin families. He has shared the concert stage with Liza Minnelli, Aretha Franklin, Barbra Streisand, William WarfieldSylvia McNairLorin MaazelItzhak Perlman, Brian d’Arcy James, Barbara Cook, Robert Klein, Lucie Arnaz, Maria Friedman, Idina Menzel and friend and mentor Marvin Hamlisch. Kevin has given Master Classes in musical theatre vocal performance at Interlochen Center for the Arts and North Carolina School of the Arts. He has served as Musical Director for Pasadena Playhouse, Michigan Ensemble Theatre, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, Royal George Theatre (Chicago) and New York Musical Theatre Festival. Kevin is also an internationally known concert pianist whose engagements include sold-out performances at Hollywood Bowl, Royal Albert Hall, Kennedy Center, Ravinia Festival, Wolf Trap, Chautauqua Institute and legendary Carnegie Hall. Kevin has been active at Bay City Players as Music Director, Assistant Director and Actor-Singer. He has been instrumental in the progress of renovations to the theatre through many benefit concerts. One of his original musicals, A SHINE ON YOUR SHOES, made its premiere at Bay City Players in 2007.