The lyrics of Cole Porter’s “Another Op’nin, Another Show” are an ideal way of announcing that Sotto Sopra Restaurant is bringing back their successful Broadway Night. This time, the Mt. Vernon restaurant will be featuring performances from classic Broadway shows like Kiss Me Kate, Showboat, Oklahoma among others. On Sunday, November 12th Broadway Night at Sotto Sopra’s restaurant offers up a five course dinner of their award winning Italian cuisine interspersed with live Broadway performances for $58 per person*. The patrons will enjoy selections of songs from these classic shows by Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II, and Richard Rogers. Sotto Sopra is located at 405 N. Charles Street, the archway to Baltimore’s cultural district. Reservations/tickets should be placed at (410)625-0534. Sotto Sopra listened and assembled yet another amazingly talented cast of performers for this evening’s reminiscent trip to the Great White Way. Sharen Camille: She played Maria in West Side Story in the final National Tour overseen by Jerome Robbins, performing in more than 25 cities across America. . In New York, Sharen joined the historical ranks of NY's longest running musical The Fantasticks as The Girl. Sharen’s musical theatre career has included tours portraying: Ellie in Showboat, Louisa in The Sound of Music, and Lucy in A Christmas Carol; as well as numerous musical theatre productions with performances that include: Marian in The Music Man, The Mistress in Evita, Cinderella in Cinderella with Zsa Zsa Gabor, Louise in Carousel, Agnes in George M, and Godspell. As an accomplished actor on the screen Miss Camille´s Film and TV credits include: Co-Starring in Stop the World, I want to get off (A&E), Co-Starring with Henry Thomas in Psycho IV (Showtime), appearing in Dave's World (CBS), The Other Side, Superboy and Superforce and feature releases of Why do Fools fall in Love, Tom Hanks' That Thing You Do, and the Independent short parody Greased to Kill. Michael Nansel: Nansel made his NYC Opera debut in Bronx Opera’s Falstaff and just completed an acclaimed performance with Wichita Grand Opera as Noah in Britten’s Noah’s Flood. Mr. Nansel is as comfortable with the classical stage as with musical theatre and has sung in Opera houses across North America in various roles including Otello, The Barber of Seville, and Il Trovatore. Musical theatre roles include Kiss Me Kate, Show Boat, Assassins, Sweeney Todd, and possibly his most unique show Jerry Springer: The Opera. In 2016 he made his Carnegie Hall debut singing the Cantor in the Ernest Bloch; Sacred Service. In December he will return to NYC and The Lincoln Center singing the Bass Solos in Handel’s Messiah. Patricia McKewen Amato: Amato’s extensive experience includes duties as conductor, coach, and accompanist at the AIMS Institute in Graz, Austria, Brevard Music Festival, Aspen Music Festival, Peabody Institute, Cumberland Valley Chamber Orchestra, and the Young Victorian Theatre. She served as assistant music director of the Baltimore Opera Company and music director of its touring company; music director/conductor for Annapolis Opera, Maryland Lyric Opera, Brevard Music Festival, Opera Americana, Washington Savoyards, Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University, and Rep Stage; and assistant conductor/chorus master for Washington Summer Opera and Opera AACC. She holds a BM from the Catholic University of America (magna cum laude), a MM from the University of Houston (magna cum laude), and certificates in lieder, opera, and chamber music from The American Institute of Musical Studies, in Graz, Austria. Partaking of the evening’s festivities attendees might hum along or even sing along to their favorite tunes, they might even be inspired to dress as their favorite Broadway character. It will be an evening of great vocal performances. MENU Smoked Tomato Soup with Goat Cheese Taleggio and Pear Risotto Lychee Sorbet Pan Seared Orata
served with zucchini spaghetti and a tomato confit, olives and capers tapenade Pear Tart
with vanilla crème filling, apricot glaze and whipped cream. $58 per person*
includes live performances and 5 course dinner
(excludes beverages, tax and gratuity) For tickets call (410) 625 – 0534
Credit card guarantees apply Sotto Sopra Restaurant is an award-winning Northern Italian Restaurant that has enjoyed success for over 21 years located on Baltimore’s historical byway Charles Street at the archway to the city’s cultural Mt. Vernon district. It’s 19th century building’s dining room boasts tall ceilings, tile floors, gilded mirrors and a contemporary mural that depicts restaurant life.