Megan Hilty, Lillias White, Michael Urie, Jim Caruso Join New York Pops' 40th Birthday Gala | Playbill

Cabaret & Concert News Megan Hilty, Lillias White, Michael Urie, Jim Caruso Join New York Pops' 40th Birthday Gala

The evening at Carnegie Hall will pay tribute to Barry Manilow.

Megan Hilty, Lillias White, Michael Urie, and Jim Caruso

This One’s for You: The Music of Barry Manilow, honoring Grammy and Emmy winner Barry Manilow, will be presented May 1 at 7 PM in Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage.

The evening—also the 40th Birthday Gala for The New York Pops, led by music director and conductor Steven Reineke—will feature performances from the newly announced Jim Caruso (Liza’s at the Palace!), Megan Hilty (Wicked, 9 to 5, Smash), Michael Urie (Ugly Betty, Torch Song), and Lillias White (The Life, Hadestown).

These artists join the previously reported Erich Bergen, Charo, Deborah Cox, Norm Lewis, Melissa Manchester, Billy Stritch, Max von Essen, and Dionne Warwick as well as cast members from the Off-Broadway cast of Manilow’s musical Harmony, including Sean Bell, Danny Kornfeld, Zal Owen, Eric Peters, Blake Roman, and Steven Telsey.

The performance will also include Kids on Stage students, led by director Brian Worsdale; and The Camp Broadway Ensemble, led by director-choreographer Theo Lencicki and music director Christine Riley.

Attendees can expect to hear music from Manilow’s wide-ranging catalog. The Tony-honored artist is a Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee who has sold more than 85 million albums worldwide.

The Gala will also celebrate Corporate Honoree Tamara Alesi, CEO at Mediaplus North America, and Legacy Honorees Patty and James Read, honored for their many years of support to The New York Pops.

Proceeds from the Gala support the organization’s PopsEd music education programs. An optional black tie dinner and dance will follow at the Mandarin Oriental New York.


Get a First Look at Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman’s Off-Broadway Musical Harmony

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