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Matthew Morrison

Saturday, August 11, 2018
8:00 pm Matthew Morrison
Center Stage
800 Bay Harbor Dr.
Bay Harbor, MI 49770
Cost: $110 / $80 / $65 / $40
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Contact: GLCFA Box Office
Email: tickets@greatlakescfa.org
Phone: (231) 439-2610
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Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe-nominated star Matthew Morrison, backed by his five-piece band, will perform Broadway standards and numbers from his past productions, such as Hairspray, South Pacific, and Finding Neverland. Mr. Morrison is a versatile actor who is recognized for his work on-stage and on-screen. Many will recognize him from Fox’s musical comedy series “Glee,” where he starred for many years as the director of the glee club, Mr. Schuester. The Golden-Globe winning show concluded in 2015.

In June, 2013, Mr. Morrison released his latest studio album, “Where It All Began,” an album of Broadway standards that was produced by the legendary Phil Ramone. Prior to this album, Morrison released his debut, self-titled album through Mercury Records in 2011, which featured an A-list lineup of guest artists including Sting, Gwyneth Paltrow and Sir Elton John.

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