Maureen McGovern returns to The RRazz Room to perform her new show, "dangling conversations..." She celebrates the music of singer/songwriters from the American Pop Songbook, with songs by Paul Simon, J.D. Souther, Don Henley, Joni Mitchell, Bruce Springstein, Jimmy Webb, Pete Seeger, Laura Nyro, among others, including classic songs such as "Help Me," "Time and Love," "Turn, Turn, Turn," "An American Tune," "Up Up and Away", "Faithless Love" and many more. She will be joined my Music Director Jeff Harris on piano. View photos from the show below!
This show is the follow up to her acclaimed show and CD A Long and Winding Road, which features an eclectic mix of evocative tunes such "The Circle Game," "The Times They Are a-Changin'," "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?", "Fire and Rain," "And When I Die," and "Imagine," songs that comprise, as The New York Times has noted, "the second half of the Great American Songbook."
Maureen McGovern was most recently seen both on Broadway and in the first National Tour as Marmee in Little Women, for which she earned a Drama Desk Award nomination. She has enjoyed a successful and varied career as a leading lady in Broadway's Pirates of Penzance, Nine: The Musical, and Threepenny Opera, Off-Broadway's Brownstone, the National Tour of The King and I, and in acclaimed regional performances of The Lion in Winter, Of Thee I Sing, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Letters from 'Nam, Elegies, The Sound of Music, South Pacific, Guys & Dolls, I Do! I Do! and The Bengal Tiger's Ball. Her Oscar-winning InternationAl Gold Records "The Morning After" and "We May Never Love Like This Again" launched an extraordinary recording career during which she has completed more than 25 solo and compilation albums. To date, her career has spanned thirty-five years, including recordings, concerts, Broadway, films, television, radio and composing. Visit www.maureenmcgovern.com for more information.
Photo Credit: Pat Johnson Studios