Dubbed Broadway’s “Last Leading Man” by The New York Times, this tremendous baritone is in a class by himself. He has conquered Broadway, cinema, and television with his musical versatility and a “chameleonic” ability to evoke any emotion. His matinee idol good looks and thrilling voice—which The New York Times calls “richly tailored, warm and resonant”—have landed him leading roles in Broadway’s Man of La Mancha; Kiss Me, Kate; Ragtime; and King Hedley II. He has also been a featured actor in several television shows including “Frasier” and “Trapper John, M.D.” Now, Brian Stokes Mitchell comes to the Hylton Center with his dynamic repertoire of timeless show tunes, ballads, jazz standards, and classic love songs, such as “Embraceable You,” “They Can’t Take That Away From Me,” and his showstopper “The Impossible Dream.” Don’t miss this evening of world-class entertainment by “a singer who dares you to be happier than you ever dreamed!” (The New York Times)
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