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Illustration of Stephen Flaherty by theatrical illustrator Justin "Squigs" Robertson

Illustration of Stephen Flaherty by theatrical illustrator Justin "Squigs" Robertson

7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14
• CCM Fundraising Special Event Series •  
Tony Award-winning Broadway composer Stephen Flaherty, writing partner to book writer/lyricist Lynn Ahrens, will receive a one-night-only multimedia, multi-ensemble, all-star tribute at New York’s Carnegie Hall! Created by fellow alums Kevin McCollum, Jim Semmelman, Jeffrey Saver and David Goldsmith, the evening will be a time-capsule performance “Thirty Years Of Stephen: The Music of Stephen Flaherty,” which received its world-premiere at CCM in September 2022. The evening provides an in-depth exploration of the career and work of the composer from college to Broadway and beyond, with filmed interviews serving to introduce each live performance. Musical selections will include never-before-performed selections from Flaherty’s childhood with his own lyrics; the first song of Ahrens and Flaherty; a new song from the upcoming revival of My Favorite Year; songs from new Ahrens and Flaherty shows Little Dancer and Knoxville; the New York premiere of “The Lorax” from Seussical; as well as favorites from Lucky Stiff, Once On This Island, A Man Of No Importance and Ragtime. Expected to reprise their performances at Carnegie Hall will be CCM alums/Flaherty-Ahrens Broadway Veterans Christy Altomare, Ashley Brown, Jason Graae, Aaron Lazar, Bryonha Marie, Geoff Packard, Stephanie Jae Park and Alton Fitzgerald White. Current CCM Musical Theatre and Dance students will also be featured throughout the evening, along with a CCM student orchestra, under the direction of Jeff Saver. Proceeds from the evening will support new and ongoing educational programming at CCM, as well as student scholarship opportunities.  
Location: Stern Auditorium/ Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall.
Tickets: Special ticket pricing and limited seating. Buy tickets online.  
For benefit details or sponsorship opportunities, call CCM Development and Alumni Relations at 513-556-2528.
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