So that we can continue to engage our patrons with cultural experiences, Cape May Stage is dedicated to providing digital programming until we are able to welcome audiences again.

 For the first time ever, Cape May Stage presents the Broadway Series as virtual events to enjoy from home! All the artists in our Broadway Series have crafted special performances specifically for Cape May Stage’s Broadway Series! 

Each Event is only $25.00 and patrons will have 1 week to view the event over and over again. 

 

STORM LARGE IN CONCERT

Monday, July 6
8 PM

Storm Large makes her Cape May Stage debut.

Join us for our first ever Virtual Broadway Series!

For the first time ever, Cape May Stage presents the Broadway Series as virtual events to enjoy from home! All the artists in our Broadway Series have crafted special performances specifically for Cape May Stage’s Broadway Series!

All ticket purchasers will receive an email with a link to stream the special performance on July 6th. All ticket purchasers will have seven days to watch the performance as many times as they like! At the end of the seven day window, the video will be hidden and not seen again. Don’t miss out on this chance to see a one-of-a-kind performance!

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Storm Large: musician, actor, playwright, author, awesome. She shot to national prominence as a contestant on the CBS show Rock Star: Supernova, where despite having been eliminated in the semifinals, Storm built a fan base that continues to follow her around the world.

Career highlights include performances with the San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Houston, Toronto, Baltimore, BBC, Phoenix, and Vancouver Symphonies, and her Carnegie Hall debut singing Weill’s Seven Deadly Sins with the Detroit Symphony. Storm debuted with the band Pink Martini in 2011, singing four sold-out concerts with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center. She continues to tour internationally with the band and was featured on their album Get Happy.

Storm’s musical memoir, Crazy Enough, played to packed houses during its unprecedented 21-week sold-out run. Her memoir, Crazy Enough, was named Oprah’s Book of the Week and awarded the 2013 Oregon Book Award for Creative Nonfiction.

 

Constantine Maroulis returns to Cape May Stage!

Quarantine with Constantine Maroulis
Monday, July 13th at 8 PM

Two-time Tony nominated Broadway star (Rock of Ages, Spring Awakening) and American Idol legend takes us on an intimate journey of musical influences from Andrew Lloyd Webber to Led Zeppelin including selections from his just released solo album Until I’m Wanted.

All ticket purchasers will receive an email with a link to stream the special performance on July 13th. All ticket purchasers will have seven days to watch the performance as many times as they like! At the end of the seven day window, the video will be hidden and not seen again. Don’t miss out on this chance to see a one-of-a-kind performance!

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Ann Hampton Callaway – Jazz Meets Broadway

Monday July 20, 2020
at 8:00PM

Back by popular demand, Tony-nominated Broadway and jazz star Ann Hampton Callaway returns with her acclaimed show “Jazz Meets Broadway.” Cabaret Scenes Magazine wrote of the NY premiere, “Callaway explores the crossroads of jazz and show tunes and expertly illuminates the nuances in these lyrics with such dexterity that lines that have been heard a multitude of times before sound completely new…her newest showing only cements her supreme storytelling ability and flair as a detective of the human spirit…Jazz Meets Broadway is a class act all around and Callaway, as usual, is a cabaret act of the highest order.” Ranging from sizzling to sultry, songs will include Old Devil Moon, It Never Entered My Mind, Whatever Lola Wants, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Somewhere and Ann’s famous improv where audience members will help her compose a jazzy show tune about how two lovers meet in Cape May. Not to be missed!

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Marissa Mulder- SWINGING ON A STAR

Monday, August 3rd
8 PM
 

Marissa Mulder makes her Cape May Stage debut.

Join us for our first ever Virtual Broadway Series!

For the first time ever, Cape May Stage presents the Broadway Series as virtual events to enjoy from home! All the artists in our Broadway Series have crafted special performances specifically for Cape May Stage’s Broadway Series!

All ticket purchasers will receive an email with a link to stream the special performance on August 3rd. All ticket purchasers will have seven days to watch the performance as many times as they like! At the end of the seven day window, the video will be hidden and not seen again. Don’t miss out on this chance to see a one-of-a-kind performance!

Come join award-winning songstress Marissa Mulder with her pianist Bill Zeffiro as she puts her stamp on some of Jimmy Van Heusen’s most prolific songs as well as some of his lesser known gems. Jimmy Van Heusen was a four time Oscar winner. He was Frank Sinatra”s best buddy and wrote more songs recorded by Sinatra than any other composer. He started writing songs when he was just a kid growing up in Syracuse, NY.

In fact, some of his biggest hits like ” Imagination” and ” All The Way” he had composed in his head  when he was just eleven years old! He wrote over 800 songs during his lifetime, songs like “Come Fly With Me”, ” Moonlight Becomes You”, “All The Way” and many more. He also flew his own airplanes and caused a heck of a lot of mischief too. Come hear  the story and the work of a brilliant man. Van Heusen’s songs are poetic and timeless, they feel as tho they were written this morning.

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Virtual Broadway Series is supported in part by Stages Online, a partnership with New Jersey Theatre Alliance to bring theatre content into homes during the COVID-19 pandemic. www.njtheatrealliance.org

Stages Online is made possible by generous funding from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, Bank of America,The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey, OceanFirst Foundation; the George A. Ohl, Jr. Trust; New Jersey Historical Commission; and Fund for the New Jersey Blind.”