Wednesday, January 31, 2018

BariToned part of Valentine's Day double-header

BariToned, the popular trio of big, brawny, beautiful men, which includes Joe Hager, Edward Miskie and Caleb Albert, will be part of a double-header, post-Valentine's Day concert at The Green Room 42 in New York City on February 15th. 

The concert will start with "Always Andrews - A Musical Tribute to the Andrews Sisters," which celebrates the music and comedy of the legendary WWII-era trio of singing sisters. BariToned will then perform some of their songs from their "I Hate Men" show, including Bring On The Men, That'll Show Him, Wash That Man Right Out Of My Hair, What You Don't Know About Women, Back To Before, and I Hate Men.

Tickets are $20 and are available online

Miskie is a New York-based Pennsylvania native who has performed Julian Marsh in 42nd Street, Cinderella's Prince/The Wolf in Into The Woods, Fred Graham in Kiss Me Kate, Adam Pontipee in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, and many more. We recently posted about his book "Cancer, Musical Theatre, and Other Chronic Illnesses" which is available on Amazon and Kindle.  

Joe Hager is a New York-based Kansas native who has performed Dennis Dupree in Rock of Ages with Norwegian Cruise Lines for the last seven years. Additional credits include the National Tour of Beauty and the Beast as Gaston, the international tour of Phantom of the Opera as Monsieur Richard,  Tom MacKennle in the Seven Year Itch at the York Theatre. Additional credits include Javert in Les Miserables at the Palace Theatre, Sky Masterson in Guys & Dolls at the Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre, Macheath in The Three Penny Opera at the Brevard Music Center, and Marcello in La boheme at Hidden Valley Opera.
Caleb Albert grew up on the family farm in Calvert, Pennsylvania and graduated with a BFA in Music Theatre from Elon University. He has performed with Kings Dominion and Flat Rock Playhouse, as well as appearing in MT '17's Diva Cabaret, and Elon Cares: Broadway's Equity Fights AIDS.

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