Star Broadway author and director—and Kent County native—Mark Bramble, along with Broadway musical director Paul Masse, sit for an interview with the Spy at Radcliffe Creek School and talk about “ShowStoppers,” a fundraising event for Horizons of Kent County to be held July 19.
Mark Bramble apprenticed with Broadway’ illustrious producer David Merrick. His many worldwide accomplishments include the authorship of Barnum (which introduced Glenn Close as a musical theatre actress), and director and co-librettist for 42nd Street which won two Tony Awards, one for its revival in 2001.
This is the second “ShowStoppers” Bramble has produced for Horizons.
Paul Masse is an accomplished musical director currently working on project in New York and London.
Now in its 19th year in Kent County, the Horizons program provides six weeks of academic and cultural enrichment for children from low-income Kent County families.
The performance will be at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, July 19, at the Decker Theatre, Gibson Center for the Arts at Washington College. Tickets range from $25 to $100. For tickets, go here. Or call 410-778-9903.