Genre: Comedy, Musical, Solo Performance
Bill Brooks, Edd Clark & Steve Tharp Musical Director:Paul Stephan

Bill Brooks, Edd Clark and Steven Tharp kick off the holiday season with A THREE TENOR CHRISTMAS.

A THREE TENOR CHRISTMAS is a brand new show with sparkling new arrangements by musical director Paul Stephan, and it is guaranteed to put you in the holiday mood. The show is filled with familiar holiday songs such as "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", "O Holy Night", and "Winter Wonderland" that bring back fond memories and warm holiday feelings, and humorous songs such as "Goin' on a Date With Santa", and "The Merry Christmas Polka" that are certain to fill you with holiday cheer.

The trio returns to Helen's after a successful two month summer run of their 2005 Bistro Award (Best Musical Comedy Act) winning show, "Three Tenors in Search of an Act".

Open:   12/06/05
Close:   12/11/05

Tuesday 12/6/05 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday 12/11/05 at 4:30 p.m.
Theater:   Helen's Hideaway Room
Address:   169 8th Avenue
New York, NY
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(between 18th & 19th Streets)

Cost:$15.00 + $15.00 food and drink minimum or Call: at 212-206-0609
Company: Helen's Hideaway Room         Official Web Site: www.helensnyc.com
Bill Brooks has performed and traveled throughout Europe and the United States. He has played a variety of roles including Che in Evita Gus/Growltiger in the Hamburg production of Cats, Sparky in Forever Plaid, and singing the beautiful music of Michael Oster in the Off-Broadway production of Disappearing Act.
Edd Clark is the co-founder of the New Opera Group in NYC, and has sung leading roles in the American premieres of Cimarosa's Le Astuzie Femminilli, Haydn's Le Pescatrici, and Cimarosa's The Italian Girl in London. Crossing over to musical theatre Edd appeared as Pirelli in Sweeney Todd, the Padre in Man of LaMancha, Tito Morelli in Lend Me a Tenor, Gaylord Ravenal in Showboat.
Steven Tharp has performed in opera and concert with The Metropolitan Opera, The New York Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony, the New York City Opera, and many others here and abroad in repertoire ranging from Monteverdi to Kurt Weill.
Paul Stephan Musical Director/Arranger
Paul Stephan is a graduate of Ithaca College and the University of Utah, where he received a Masters of Fine Arts in writing and directing musical theatre. He has studied composition with John Eaton and Karel Husa. He has composed scores for several musicals, including A Fairy Tale, Beauty and the Beast, and Trudy, which premiered at Theatre 138 in Salt Lake City. Paul is an alumni of the BMI Lehman Engle Musical Theatre workshop, and had his works performed in their evenings of "works in progress." His song Elusive was a 2005 MAC Award Nominee, and his song Anymore can be currently be heard on the Bettina Covo's debut CD "Out of the Shadows".