August 19, 2008

Steve Orich to Orchestrate Turn of the Century!

August 19th, 2008

News from Chicago! Jersey Boys’ Tony Award-nominated orchestrator Steve Orich is orchestrating Marshall Brickman’s and Rick Elice’s new musical, Turn of the Century, which will run at Goodman’s Albert Theatre in Chicago from September 19-October 25.

Orich will be joining nine-time Tony winner Tommy Tune, who will direct the new musical that stars Jeff Daniels and Rachel York. The new project is about a modern cabaret duo (a female singer and her pianist) that go back in time to 1900 and realize that the major song hits of the 20th century have yet to be written.

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  1. Congratulations Steve. The image of you that is forever etched in my mind is your enthusiastic standing ovation at the Tony’s as Christian was bounding down the aisle to CTMEOY.

    You also produced one of my favorite albums of all time, Helen Reddy’s “Center Stage”, a compilation of some lesser known Broadway songs. It’s now finally OK to say Helen Reddy was one of my favorite singers of the early 1970′s when I was in college…I could never admit it then..always had to say Ten Years After, Traffic, and Creedence to be fashionable.

    I understand “Turn of the Century” has received some great buzz so far per the New York Post. Well, it takes place in 1900, so it is somewhat autobiographical for Marshall, right? Only kidding, Marsh…please don’t tell that to Michael Riedel…deal???

    Comment by Howard — August 19, 2008 @ 12:15 pm

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