After the sellout crowd at Sotto Sopra Restaurant's first Broadway Night they have been hearing "encore, encore." In the words from the Broadway play Oliver, "Please sir, I want some more?" has been resonating. Sotto Sopra listened and pulled together an amazing cast of performers for this unique June 3rd, Sunday evening of memorable Broadway tunes from Irving Berlin's Annie Get Your Gun to Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods – as well as additional hit Broadway shows. An ideal evening of our award winning fine Italian cuisine interspersed with live performances of the songs that continue-to-this-day lighting up the Great White Way.
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.
Be part of the evening's festivities; you might even be inspired to dress as your favorite Broadway character, like the barber in Sweeney Todd or Eva Peron in Evita. It will be an evening of great vocal performances by these amazing talents: SOPRANO - 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. TENOR: Stephen Foreman: A native San Franciscan, Stephen now calls Baltimore home. For over 25 years he has been heavily involved in the theatre world both in California and Maryland. He studied vocal performance at Diablo Valley College and helped found the Teen Professional theatre company "S.T.A.G.E. Troupe" in Pleasant Hill, CA for which he served as resident Musical Director for over 10 years. While performing in the San Francisco cabaret circuit, Stephen has had the privilege of performing alongside such Titans as Carol Channing, Raul Esperanza, Tyne Daily, Leslie Jordan, Sally Struthers, Leanne Borgasi, and the late great Jane Russell, to name few. Stephen has had the opportunity to perform a variety of juicy characters over the years. Favorites include: William Barfee (Spelling Bee), Bobby Strong (Urinetown), Seymour (Little Shop of Horrors), and Carmen Ghia (The Producers) for which he received a Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Area audiences may recognize him from his performances at Toby's Dinner Theatre, Silhouette Stages or most recently as Frederick Barrett in Heritage Players production of Titanic - in Concert. In Spring 2019, Stephen will be making his East Coast Directorial debut with the musical Cabaret at Silhouette Stages in Columbia. PIANIST - 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.
MENU Fennel Cream Soup potato and onion Veal Agnolotti smoked bacon, spinach and demi glaze Pear Sorbet Branzino Filet mashed potato, mixed vegetable and eggplant tapenade Bread Pudding crème anglaise, vanilla & honey mascarpone whipped cream $62 per person (live performances and 5 course dinner) Excludes beverages, tax and gratuity For tickets call (410) 625–0534 Credit card guarantees apply