RETURNING FOR ONE SHOW ONLY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 at 7:00 pm
(doors open at 6:30)
THE TRIAD THEATRE
158 W 72nd Street
New York City
In November 2017 Sharon debuted her new show Two Guys & a Doll Do Broadway to a sold house at The Triad Theatre. In this Broadway journey through life, conceived by Sharon and written with Music Director Bill Magaliff, Sharon tells stories of her life on stage and off from 30+ years in the business. Featuring over 50 Broadway favorites, Two Guys & a Doll Do Broadway will have your toes tapping and singing along with some of the classics.
Tickets are now available!
And in the meantime . . .
Enjoy these shots from our premiere on November 18, 2017 . . .
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
SHARON RUBEN has brought her cabaret act to Feinstein's, Tuscany, Italy and opened the season at The Ocean House. Trained at the Juilliard School of Music, Sharon has performed at Radio City Music Hall as a principal vocalist, and in many musicals including: Hal Prince's Fiddler On The Roof, Kiss Me Kate, Oklahoma and Carousel with Howard Keel. Her musical comedy, storytelling one woman show "The Best is Yet to Come" played to packed houses at The Laurie Beechman Theater in NYC and Florida. Sharon was a guest on the Dr Oz Show in February 2017 in the episode FAKE NEWS. Her pride and joy was the epiphany of creating and performing Two Guys & a Doll Do Broadway.
BILL MAGALIFF (Co-Creator, Director, Music Director) has engaged in live theatre and music for the past 35 years as a music director, director, conductor/arranger, accompanist, teacher and performer. Past work includes the Jerusalem English Speaking Theatre, Cider Mill Playhouse, and Palistage Youth Theatre. Currently he directs and arranges for the vocal group SHTYX and the band New Relics, is the music director for the original musical Holding On, leads community singing through Come, Let’s Sing! and is producing the second in a series of parodies that interpret the bible in a human and humorous way.
FRANK MORAN (One of the Guys) is a New York actor working extensively in theatre, film and TV. Film and TV credits Include: Moose’s Dad in Disney’s Step Up 3D (opp. Kathy Nijimy), The Guru (opp. Marisa Tomei), Law & Order: CI (opp. Vincent D’Onofrio), All My Children and One Life to Live. Stage credits include: Groucho in The Cocoanuts on Broadway; Regionally he’s appeared at the Goodspeed Opera House in Dear World and in Westchester Broadway Theatre’s The Pirates of Penzance. Other credits include Magaldi in Evita, Frank Shultz in Showboat, Nicely-Nicely in Guys and Dolls and Julius (Groucho) in Minnie’s Boys.
ZACH MILLER (the Other One of the Guys) is an actor and voice teacher based out of New York City and Jersey City! He recently finished playing Emmett Forrest in Fair Moon Productions’ Legally Blonde the Musical. Previously he has been seen on the Celebrity Summit as a lead vocalist and vocal captain with Celebrity Cruises Presentations touring Bermuda, Canada, and the Western Caribbean. National Tour: Anything Goes (Ensemble, U/s Purser). Favorite Regional Credits: The Pittsburgh CLO; Music Theatre of Wichita; Connecticut Repertory Theatre; West Virginia Public Theatre. Proud Penn State musical theatre alumnus and member of AEA. In addition to his private studio, Zach currently is a vocal technician for MTCA, a globally recognized company working exclusively on the college and graduate school theatre audition processes.
RICK DONATO (Drums) has been playing drums professionally for over 20 years. Based in the NYC area, he is recently off the tour of Dirty Dancing the Musical. Rick has also toured the world with the 1st national tour of A Chorus Line, and the 1st national tour of West Side Story.