The exciting young singer-actor Euan Morton will make his Oak Room debut March 4-29 in a new show, 'Here and Now.' Among Euan's selections are 'Pure Imagination' (Lesley Bricusse and Anthony Newley), 'Hallelujah' (Leonard Cohen), 'Matelot' (Noël Coward), 'Smile' (Charlie Chaplin-John Turner-Geoffrey Parsons), 'Children Will Listen' (Stephen Sondheim), 'You Got It' (Roy Orbison) and'You Go To My Head' (J. Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie), among others. Bryan Reeder is Musical Director/Pianist, with Calvin Crosby on bass and Will Clark, percussion. Director is Lee Armitage. Shows are Tuesday through Thursday at 9:00 and Friday and Saturday at 9:00 and 11:30. There is a $65 cover charge per person plus either $30 minimum or $70 prix fixe dinner (dinner is required early shows Friday and Saturday).
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Euan Morton, a native of Scotland, received a Tony nomination for originating the role of Boy George in the musical Taboo, having moved to New York in 2003 to play the role on Broadway, where he also earned Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Award nominations, as well as the Theatre World Award for Outstanding Broadway debut. He earned a 2006 Obie Award for his appearance in Measure for Pleasure at the Public Theatre. His other stage appearances include the title roles in Tony Kushner’s adaptation of Brundibár at the New Victory Theatre and Berkeley Rep, The Who's Tommy at the Bay Street Theatre, and Caligula for the inaugural season of the New York Musical Theatre Festival (2004 NYMF Award). Off-Broadway, Euan appeared opposite Alfred Molina in Howard Katz at the Roundabout, and most recently was seen on Broadway in the 2007 revival of Cyrano De Bergerac. Euan has recently released his debut solo CD, NewClear. He has appeared in concert at Town Hall, the Metropolitan Room, Joe's Pub, Birdland and the Signature Theatre in Arlington, VA., and conducts master classes in the crafts of acting and singing around the country.