Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley celebrate the third anniversary of their award-winning streaming series Stars in the House with an in-person show at New York's Drama Book Shop March 16 at 7:30 PM ET. The evening will also be available for streaming above.
Rudetsky and Wesley will offer highlights from the last three years of the series as well as live readings from three Broadway authors: Tony winner Rupert Holmes will read from his best-selling Murder Your Employer: The McMasters Guide to Homicide; Tony nominee Brenda Braxton will read from her The Little Black Book of Backstage Etiquette; and Rudetsky will read from his just-released Musical Theatre for Dummies.
Rudetsky will also deconstruct some of Holmes’ Tony-winning The Mystery of Edwin Drood, with performances of some of the musical's songs by Tony nominee Anika Larsen. Larsen and Wesley will also share a reading from Wesley's Off-Broadway play Unbroken Circle.
Holmes is offering autographed copies of his newest book to those who donate over $30 to the Entertainment Community Fund.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and theatres across the world closing their curtains, Rudetsky and husband Wesley created Stars in the House, a live-streamed series to support The Entertainment Community Fund and its services, raising over $1.1 million dollars for the Fund and hundreds of thousands of dollars for additional non-profit organizations.
For ticket information, visit StarsintheHouse.com.