NEWPORT — Jenny Dunne and Phil Gosselin, two local artists just finishing up their Suds appearances for QNEK, are bringing the bright lights of Broadway and beyond to the Now Playing Newport stage.
The two will be bringing old treasures and new classics from the Great White Way as this crackerjack pair sings your musical favorites.
The show starts Saturday, September 5, at 7 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, located at 44 Second Street in Newport. Reception with the artists will follow the show.
Selections will include: “If I loved You” from Carousel, “I Have Dreamed” from the King and I, “On the Street Where You live” from My Fair Lady, “Ya Got Trouble” from the Music Man, “Love, You Didn’t Do Right by Me” from White Christmas, and many more.
Jenny Dunne is an actor and singer originally from Colorado who relocated to the Northeast Kingdom recently from New York. She holds a degree in Theatre Performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder and has been lucky enough to perform acting, improv, and music professionally across the United States and in Ireland.
Jenny works at QNEK Productions as an Associate Producing Director and is looking forward to directing the final show of their season, Steel Magnolias.
Phil Gosselin is a native Vermonter who has returned to the Northeast Kingdom in 2012 with partner Jenny Dunne. With a BFA in Musical Theatre Performance from Syracuse University, Gosselin has worked as an actor, regionally along the eastern coast of the United States, and now produces and directs theatre alongside his fiancee Jenny Dunne, with QNEK Productions, Theatre Company in Residence at the Haskell Opera House.
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