On April 13, 2017 at 7:00 pm at the Cary Arts Center, all are invited to celebrate World Voice Day with the Duke Voice Care Center and Lauren Kennedy.
Singers and actors know that no matter what… the show must go on! But people from all walks of life must also ‘go on’, even if they get sick or become hoarse. So what’s your show? Do you use your voice to teach, to preach, to call, to inspire, to motivate or to help others? How can you keep your voice in shape to make sure that your ‘show goes on’? Learn how with the Duke Voice Care team and Lauren Kennedy at their World Voice Day celebration!
- Performance by Lauren Kennedy
- Info on how to keep your voice healthy, with special tips for singers, actors, teachers and clergy
- Vocal Health Fair exhibits featuring prizes for participants, Duke Health practices, WVD sponsors and demonstrations of laryngeal imaging
- Presentation of the Patrick D. Kenan Award for Vocal Health & Wellness
Raleigh native Lauren Kennedy has appeared on Broadway in Spamalot, Sunset Boulevard, Sideshow and Les Miserables, as well as in productions at New York City Opera, the Kennedy Center and the Royal National Theatre in London, to name just a few. She originated the role of Cathy in Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years in its Chicago premiere. Her albums Here And Now and Songs Of Jason Robert Brown have received rave reviews. Kennedy is the Artistic Director of Theatre Raleigh and has a long association with NC Theatre, where she most recently portrayed Diana Goodman in the 2015 production of Next to Normal.
- Advance tickets $12 for adults; $8 for students and seniors
- At the door $15 for adults; $10 for students and seniors
- Group rate: $9 per person
- Space is limited. A valid ticket is required for admission.
- Online at www.etix.com
- Call 1-800-514-3849, M-Sat 9am–8pm or Sun 12–8pm
- In person at The Cary Theater, T-F 11am¬6pm and Sat 10am–1pm
- In person at the Cary Arts Center, Mon 4–8pm
For more info, call: 919-681-4984