About The Show

Nothing lights up the Broadway musical quite like great love stories, whether they are tales that reflect a star-crossed tragedy or that demonstrate the exhilaration of romantic love. This celebration of some of Broadway’s greatest love songs performed by six of the finest vocalists (three real-life couples) from “The Great Bright Way”.

KIRSTEN SCOTT (Rock of Ages; Big Fish; Follies; Jersey Boys; Hairspray)
MATTHEW SCOTT (Jersey Boys; An American in Paris; Sondheim on Sondheim, A Catered Affair)

MAGGIE LAKIS (Avenue Q; Something Rotten!)
Tony Award nominee ROB McCLURE (Mrs. Doubtfire; Beetlejuice; Noises Off; Something Rotten!; Honeymoon in Vegas; Chaplin; Avenue Q; I’m Not Rappaport)

KENNEDY CAUGHELL (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical; Paradise Square; Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812)
TIMOTHY FRASER (Peter and the Starcatcher; Elf The Musical)

Musical Director/Accompanist – EUGENE GWOZDZ

The evening will include songs from Waitress; Wicked; Little Shop of Horrors; Jersey Boys; Beautiful: The Carole King Musical; Moulin Rouge!; Company; Anything Goes; My Fair Lady; Funny Girl; Into the Woods; She Loves Me; Honeymoon in Vegas and more!!!

For our SPECIAL EVENTS, WPPAC hand picks world-class entertainment and engages a variety of talented performers, bands, comedians, children’s theatre, dancers and self-contained acts that have appeared elsewhere around the country.

  • Performance Date

    February 5

  • Performance Time

    8:00 pm

  • Tickets

    $35 – $55
    (Includes $2 Facility Fee | Prices subject to change)

ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No refunds or exchanges. In the event of a cancellation for which there is no rescheduled date, a refund for this ticket may be issued at the option of the management.

Company Bios


KIRSTEN SCOTT most recently starred as Sherrie in the 10th anniversary production of Rock of Ages in NYC. Broadway: Kirsten originated the roles of Jenny Hill in Big Fish and Young Phyllis in the 2012 Kennedy Center revival of Follies. Other Broadway: Lorraine in Jersey Boys, and Amber in Hairspray. Regional Theater/Off-Broadway/National Tours; An American in Paris (Broadway National Tour); Ragtime (Ogunquit Playhouse/ IRNE Award nomination); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Stages St. Louis/St. Louis Theater Circle Nomination); A Wonderful Life (Goodspeed Opera House); The Wedding Singer; Curtains (Pittsburgh CLO); Oklahoma!(Lyric Theater); Big Fish (Chicago Oriental Theater); Follies (Kennedy Center, The Ahmanson); Grease (Sacramento Music Circus); Chaplin(La Jolla Playhouse); Minsky’s (The Ahmanson); The Marvelous Wonderettes (The Westside Theater.) Film/TV includes ”The Good Fight” (CBS); “The Hunters” (Amazon); “Elementary” (CBS); “Quantico” (ABC); “The Steve Harvey Show”; “All My Children”, “The Ill Made Knight:.Kirsten is a proud graduate of the Drama School at Carnegie Mellon University.


MATTHEW SCOTT starred as Adam Hochberg An American In Paris on Broadway and the National Tour. He was featured in Sondheim On Sondheim, alongside Barbara Cook and Vanessa Williams. Other Broadway: A Catered Affair, and the original company of Jersey Boys, as well as last season’s Grand Horizons by Bess Wohl. West End: Lee in I Loved Lucy at the Arts Theatre. Regional Theatre: The Light In The Piazza (Barrymore Award); Saturday Night; BeachesCompanySide By Side By Sondheim; Chaplin (San Diego Critics Nomination.); A Wonderful Life; RagtimeMy Fair Lady; CarouselWest Side Story (Kevin Kline Award Nomination); Legally BlondeSwing!,; Les Miserables; Sunset Boulevard, and Mamma Mia!. Television: “First You Dream: The Music Of Kander & Ebb” (PBS), “All My Children”, 2006 and 2009 Tony Awards. Recordings: Sondheim On SondheimJerome Kern: The Land Where The Good Songs GoNoel And Cole and The Enchanted Train with Rebecca Luker.


MAGGIE LAKIS was last seen as Gretchen Fox/puppeteer in the Off Broadway production of Jim Henson’s Emmet Otter Jugband Christmas. She was Bea in the 1st National Tour of the hit Broadway musical Something Rotten!. She’s performed over 1,200 performances of the Tony award winning musical Avenue Q in the show’s 1st National Tour as well as the most recent New York production at New World Stages. Other credits includes John Doyle’s re-imagined Allegro at Classic Stage Company, Duncan Sheik and Nell Benjamin’s new musical Because Of Winn-Dixie at Delaware Theatre Co. as well as regional credits all over the country including Into the Woods (The Muny), Clybourne Park & Sunday in the Park with George (Arden Theatre Co), Tin Pan Alley Rag (Wilma Theatre), Sylvia & All My Sons at Delaware Theatre Company, Our Show of Shows (Flat Rock Playhouse), and Little Shop of Horrors (11th Hour / Theatre Horizon) for which she received a Barrymore Nomination for Best Actress in a musical. She cherishes any opportunity to sing a alongside her real life leading man, Rob McClure.


ROB McCLURE comes to us directly from playing the title role in Broadway’s Mrs. Doubtfire, which is on hiatus and returns March 15th. He was nominated for Tony, Drama League, Astaire and Outer Critic Circle awards and won Theater World and Clive Barnes awards for his performance as Charlie Chaplin in Chaplin. Other Broadway: Beetlejuice (Adam), Something Rotten! (Nick Bottom), Noises Off (Tim Allgood), Honeymoon in Vegas (Jack Singer), Avenue Q (Princeton/Rod) and I’m Not Rappaport as well as Where’s Charley? and Irma La Douce at Encores! Regional: The Muny, Paper Mill, The Old Globe, Arden, Cleveland Playhouse, A.R.T., Walnut Street, Delaware Theater, Flat Rock, McCarter and La Jolla. For the film “Recursion”, Rob won best actor at both the Queens World and Williamsburg independent film festivals. TV: “Julia”, “Servant”, “Evil”, “The Bite”, “Nancy Drew”, “Person of Interest”, “Elementary” and “The Good Fight”.


KENNEDY CAUGHELL is a Broadway performer and Voice over Artist, who was raised on a small Oklahoma ranch and is now based out of New York City. She got her BFA in Music Theatre from Elon University. Shortly after graduating, she performed across the nation and abroad as Heather in American Idiot. Kennedy then traveled the country by broomstick in the National tour of Wicked, covering the role of Elphaba. She performed on Broadway in Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 with Josh Groban, and was most recently seen playing Carole King in the Broadway and National Touring production of Beautiful: the Carole King Musical before the shut-down. Some of her favorite regional roles include Mary Poppins (Mary), White Christmas (Betty), Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Peter Pan (Peter), and Into the Woods (Little Red). Kennedy recently returned to New York City following the Chicago engagement of the Broadway bound musical Paradise Square which will be opening on Broadway soon. You will also be able to catch her in the starring role of Katherine in the original cast of the new Broadway-bound musical SuperYou.TV: “Law & Order: SVU”, “Parked For Love”, and “The Outlier”. She always loves any opportunity to share the stage with her husband Tim.


TIMOTHY FRASER is excited to be here joining his wife Kennedy! A Portland, OR native, Tim made the move to the east coast seven years ago. Since then, Tim has been seen in NYMFproductions, SuperYou (Matty), as well as concerts at 54 Below and Greenroom 42. He most recently completed a run as the title role of “Buddy” in Elf: The Musical. Credits include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat (Joseph), Peter and the Starcatcher (Boy), Spring Awakening (Melchior Gabor), Into The Woods (Jack), and leading in the world premieres of The Snow Queen and A Minister’s Wife in the Bay Area. TV/Film credits include I Almost Got Away With It (Discovery+) and The Plot Against America (HBO).


EUGENE GWOZDZ (Musical Director/Accompanist) is originally from Fort Worth, Texas and now resides in NYC.     Eugene is the Music Director/Arranger for the American Dance Machine 21, and the Duke Ellington Center for the Arts. Eugene was the MD/Arranger for Our Guy, Cy, a musical concert tribute to Cy Coleman, starring Tony Award Winners, Randy Graff, Cady Huffman, and Lillias White which received rave reviews from the NYC critics; MD/Arranger for the Jerome Robbins Awards honoring Chita Rivera, Harold Prince, and Stephen Sondheim.  Music Director and Pianist/Arranger for Tony Award-winning “Princess and the Frog” star Anika Noni Rose at the Lincoln Center American Songbook Series and The Drama League Tribute to Patti Broadway: The Full Monty   and   Oklahoma!. Broadway and  National Tour credits include Sunset  Boulevard  (with Petula Clark), Flower Drum Song, Swing!, The Color Purple, The Phantom of the Opera, The Will Rogers’ Follies and West Side Story (Conducted  and played keyboards). He has worked with many Broadway stars including Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes  Mitchell, Norbert Leo Butz, James Monroe Iglehart, Shuler Hensley, Stephanie J. Block, Patti Lupone, Cady Huffman, Chita Rivera, Leslie Uggams, Donna McKechnie, Andre DeShields, Lee Roy Reams, Ken Page, Patrick Wilson, Billy Porter, Harvey Fierstein, Shirley Jones, Will Chase, Betty Buckley, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Will Chase, LaChanze, Nikki James, Victoria Clark, Kelli O’Hara, Andrea McArdle, Chris Seiber, Rachel York, Norm Lewis, Megan Hilty, Kristin Chenowith, Brent Barrett, Valisia Lekae, John Tartaglia, Laura Benanti, Melissa Errico, Karen Ziemba, N’Kenge, Mark Kudisch, Lou Diamond Phillips, and Laura Bell Bundy.


STEPHEN DeANGELIS (Producer/Host) has produced over 300 different Broadway concerts at venues in New York and across the United States featuring a multitude of Broadway stars including many Tony Award and Drama Desk Award winners and nominees, stars from hit television series and films whose roots are on stage and Broadway’s fastest rising young performers. Throughout his career, he has worked with over 100,000 performers across all entertainment mediums. He is also the Producing Artistic Director and Host of At This Performance… ,  the critically acclaimed concert series that has showcased the talents of  over 1100 Broadway Standbys, Understudies and Alternates since October 2003. His work as a Producer of the ongoing series was acknowledged in BroadwayWorld’s List of “Best Club, Cabaret and Concert for 2021”. He has cast over 3600 network television and radio commercials for Manhattan’s leading advertising agencies for such clients as DirecTV, Olive Garden, Red Lobster, E*TRADE, Febreze, Cover Girl, Pantene, Advil, Robitussin, Downy and Hewlett-Packard and has contributed to many historic and award-winning spots and campaigns including many which have been recognized with Platinum, Gold and Silver Lions at Cannes. Stephen also cast the six-time Emmy Award nominated Playhouse Disney series “Johnny and the Sprites” starring Tony Award nominee John Tartaglia which was seen on the Disney Channel. His work has been seen in New York and regionally in over 300 theatrical productions for companies including Musicals Tonight!, York Theatre Company, The John W. Engeman Theater at Northport, The Drama League, Casa Mañana, North Shore Music Theatre, Virginia Stage Company, Connecticut Repertory Theatre, Syracuse Stage, Stage One, Studio Arena Theatre, American Stage Company, GeVa Theatre, Starlight Theatre of Kansas City, the St. Louis Municipal Opera (The MUNY) and Dallas Summer Musicals among others as well as numerous festival showcases, workshops and readings. Other credits include The World AIDS Day All-Star Concert Revivals of Pippin and The Secret Garden, the All-Star production of Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens and the 25th Anniversary National Tour of Hair. He is a proud member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and has staged musicals in major theatres across the country in Boston, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Dallas and St. Louis and throughout New York and New England. Recent productions include the All-Star concert version of Into the Woods, the 50th Anniversary celebration of the Tommy album (both at Patchogue Theatre) as well as a variety of productions for the Drama League. Stephen is the Producing Artistic Director of the new Pocono Center for the Arts which is now scheduled to open in late 2022. He has worked with Actors, Singers, Dancers, Directors, Choreographers, Composers, Lyricists and Playwrights who have been recognized with the following distinctions across all mediums: 253 Tony Award wins, 827 Tony Award nominations, 248 Drama Desk Award wins, 947 Drama Desk Award, nominations, 31 Drama League Award wins, 195 Drama League Award nominations, 196 Primetime Emmy Award wins, 836 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, 128 Daytime Emmy Award wins, 485 Daytime Emmy Award nominations, 51 Academy Award wins, 156 Academy Award nominations, 22 Olivier Award wins, 75 Olivier Award nominations, 144 Grammy Award wins, 452 Grammy Award nominations, 108 Golden Globe Award wins, 363 Golden Globe Award nominations, 5 Pulitzer Prize wins, 8 Pulitzer Prize Award nominations and 8 Kennedy Center Honors recipients.