Benefit Performance Mar. 10: There’s No Place Like Home! Starring Jenny Lee Stern and Nicholas Saverine
“A special evening, with a one-night-only concert performance from two Broadway performers: Jenny Lee Stern and Nicholas Saverine. The night includes a reception in our Crystal Room, as well as a lively and fun auction, plus an award to one of our most cherished supporters. SPONSORSHIP INFO HERE, OR GET TICKETS
The evening is a fundraiser and a celebration for Delaware County’s only professional music theatre. Broadway’s Jenny Lee Stern and Nicholas Saverine headline the concert, performing on the stage that has, over the years, become ‘home’ to them as well as many other performers and patrons.
Jenny Lee Stern is a Bucks County native and Broadway veteran. She was seen on the Great White Way in “Rocky” (Original Broadway Cast) and “A Christmas Story: The Musical” (Madison Square Garden). She toured the country as Mary Delgado in “Jersey Boys”, originating the role in the Chicago and Toronto companies. Off-Broadway, Ms. Stern garnered critical acclaim for her portrayals of Judy Garland, Patti Lupone, Bernadette Peters, Sutton Foster (and more!) in “Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking”. She frequently cameos as a “Guest Diva” in Forbidden Broadway’s latest installment, “Spamilton”. Ms. Stern has been seen frequently on the cabaret circuit in NYC, performing at Town Hall, Feinstein’s, Birdland, Lincoln Center, and 54 Below, including her solo show “Just A Girl”. Regionally, she has found her niche playing “Patsy Cline” in “Always, Patsy Cline”. She recently played the role at The Media Theatre (where it returns this spring) and at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia. Other Philadelphia credits include: “West Side Story”, “Godspell”, “Lobby Hero”, “42nd Street”, “High Society” (Walnut Street Theatre); “Seussical”, “Cats” (Media Theatre), “The Great American Trailer Park Xmas Musical” (Montgomery Theatre). She has been seen on TV in “The Sopranos” and “The Mysteries of Laura” as well as annually in the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade. Jenny studied acting at NYU and North Carolina School of the Arts. She is mother to two young daughters and lives happily in Doylestown, PA.
Nicholas F. Saverine is delighted to be back at the award-winning
Media Theatre where he was recently seen as Maurice in Disney’s “Beauty And The Beast”. He’s also been at Media in “1776” and as the Hospital Ghost in “Ghost”, Mr. Bumble in “Oliver!”, Max von Mayerling in “Sunset Boulevard”, Fester in “The Addams Family”, and Mr. Anagnos in “The Miracle Worker”. Locally he’s also been on stage at The Walnut Street Theater, Prince, Arden and Peopleʼs Light. His Broadway credits include “Les Miserables”, “The Phantom of the Opera”. International credits include “Dance of the Vampires”, “The Phantom
of the Opera”, “Les Miserables”.
The 7 p.m. event highlights the professional award-winning music theater’s contributions to the cultural landscape of the region and beyond, as patrons and supporters will experience a memorable one-night-only concert, two unique cocktail receptions, an awards ceremony, and a live auction. The entire evening enhances and solidifies the Media Music Theatre Company’s (MMTC) status as the area’s only year-round professional music theater. Media Music Theatre Company is the nonprofit organization that produces the entire Broadway Series, Children’s Series, and educational opportunities, including Camp Media Theatre.
Not simply a beautiful structure steeped in history, the Media Theatre is now known worldwide as the home of the Media Music Theatre Company, created by the visionary artistic direction of Jesse Cline. Cline and his staff of creative designers, actors, and directors have been awarded more than 20 “Best Of” honors from prestigious media outlets such as the Philadelphia Inquirer, Delaware County Daily Times, Broadway World, the New York Daily News, Main Line Today Magazine and DelcoNewsNetwork.
Tickets are just $150 each, which include the entire memorable evening. Sponsorships are also available. Call 610-891-0100 for more information.