We Just Move On!
The Songs of Kander and Ebb
Starring Jana Robbins and Haley Swindal
Including a tribute to our Beloved Fred Luper z”l
Saturday, March 6th
7:15PM • Streaming Window Opens
8:45PM • Live Q & A with Jana Robbins and Haley Swindal
Tickets • $15 / Device
About The Cast & Writers
Jana made her Broadway acting debut in “GOOD NEWS” originally directed by Abe Burrows. Broadway shows that followed were I LOVE MY WIFE directed by Gene Saks: the Pulitzer Prize-winning “CRIMES OF THE HEART, ROMANCE/ROMANCE;” and “GYPSY” directed by Arthur Laurents, where she played Mazeppa. On television Jana guest-starred on an Emmy Award-winning episode of “Cheers”, and filmed her first pilot for CBS that same year called “Ladies Man” opposite Twiggy. Other TV appearances include a stint on “General Hospital” as Sheila Houston, and as Ambassador Tal on “Babylon 5” and guest star appearances on “Law and Order: SVU”, “Criminal Intent” and “Law and Order.” She recently appeared on “NURSE JACKIE” and “THE GOOD WIFE.” Jana starred in the first Gallery Players Production of “Funny Girl” as Fanny Brice and she was lead producer for the recent “Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish.
Broadway powerhouse Haley Swindal most recently played Mama Morton in Broadway’s “Chicago”. She has appeared on Broadway with “Jekyll and Hyde,” on tour with “White Christmas” and “Jesus Christ Superstar”, and at Lincoln Center in “The Secret Garden”. She has performed in concert at Carnegie Hall alongside the great standards vocalist Steve Tyrell, acclaimed Irish tenor Ronan Tynan, and under the baton of Steven Reineke with the New York Pops Orchestra. She won a New York Emmy for her appearance on “Kids On Deck” and she recently finished filming the live-action film remake of “Anastasia”, in which she played Tsarina Romanov opposite Brandon Routh. Off Broadway credits include: “Sistas”, “This One’s for the Girls,” and “Out of this World”. Haley’s one-woman show, “Sing Happy,” sold out Broadway’s Feinstein’s / 54 Below for two engagements and to rave reviews. Haley Swindal’s grandparents were George and Joan Zieg Steinbrenner, who met and were married in Columbus, Ohio!
About Kander and Ebb
Kander and Ebb were a highly successful American songwriting team consisting of composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb. Known primarily for their stage musicals, which include Cabaret and Chicago, Kander and Ebb also scored several movies, including Martin Scorsese’s New York, New York. Recorded by many artists, “New York, New York” became a signature song for Frank Sinatra.
Additional Support by:
Ron Blank & Beverly Weston | Dr. Roger and Marilyn Friedman | Bonnie & Allan Finkelstein | Carol & Jeff Folkerth | Alfred Friedman |
Dr. Andrew Glassman, Julie Block Glassman and Carol Glassman| Rev. Deborah Lindsay | Luper, Neidenthal & Logan | The Luper Family and The Schuster Family |
Dr. Jackie & Wendy Berkowitz | Christina & Bill Logan | Jeffrey Jenkins | Vivien & Bob Newman