Celebrate Broadway's Greatests Songs

Performed Live by Broadway Artists

What do you get when you combine seven stellar Broadway artists with the most beloved Broadway songs of all time?

You get a spine-tingling, heart-singing sensation that leaves your audiences cheering for more.

Broadway in Love is ninety minutes of pure heart, humor, artistry and show-stopping moments featuring performers that have played starring roles on Broadway in Wicked, The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King and Come From Away to name a few.

Weaving together pop favorites (Mamma Mia, Jersey Boys), contemporary blockbusters (Wicked, Chicago) and indelible classics (The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables), this show is a Broadway lover’s dream.

Let’s connect at the League of American Orchestras Conference (Booth #6) and see if this show would be a great fit for your orchestra.

Celebrate Broadway's greatest songs

Performed Live by
Broadway Artists

What do you get when you combine seven stellar Broadway artists with the most beloved Broadway songs of all time?

You get a spine-tingling, heart-singing sensation that leaves your audiences cheering for more.

Broadway in Love is ninety minutes of pure heart, humor, artistry and show-stopping moments featuring performers that have played starring roles on Broadway in Wicked, The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King and Come From Away to name a few.

Weaving together pop favorites (Mamma Mia, Jersey Boys), contemporary blockbusters (Wicked, Chicago) and indelible classics (The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables), this show is a Broadway lover’s dream.

Let’s connect at the League of American Orchestras Conference (Booth #6) and see if this show would be a great fit for your orchestra.

About the Artists

Ezekiel Andrew

Baritone Ezekiel Andrew is currently performing on Broadway in The Lion King. He played the role of Mufasa for the first time in March of 2022.  

He brought to life the role of Coalhouse Walker, Jr. in Ragtime at Theatre Under the Stars in Houston, Music Theatre of Connecticut in Westport and at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.

Ezekiel’s road to Broadway has been paved with several performances with the Utah Shakespeare Festival, including The Merry Wives of Windsor, Henry VI Part I, and Big River.  He performed the role of the Beast in The Beauty and the Beast at the White Plains New York Performing Arts Center and Syracuse University College of Visual and Performing Arts.  

Trista Moldovan

Trista holds a special place in the history of The Phantom of the Opera being one of only three actresses to have played both Christine Daae and Carlotta on the Broadway stage.

She was also seen as Carlotta in the National Tour of Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of The Phantom of the Opera, for which she received rave reviews and played the role until the tour’s closing performance at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto, February 3rd, 2020.

Her work as an actress has earned her a Denver Ovation nomination.

As a producer she received the honor WTAM Cleveland’s “Citizen of the Week” for Songs for the Cure, a one night benefit concert to raise funds for breast cancer.

Trista is married to Stephen Tewksbury, who is also a part of this show.

Libby Servais

Applauded by critics as “dynamite” and “exceptionally gifted,” Libby Servais was most recently seen on Broadway as Glinda in the hit show Wicked.

Libby has appeared on stage with Broadway legends including Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel, Joel Grey and Sheryl Lee Ralph, to name a few, and was a member of the original Broadway cast of Lysistrata Jones.

Her crystal clear voice, superb comedic timing, and endearingly sweet spirit are what have made her an audience favorite on Broadway, in concert, and in theaters across America.

Libby has appeared on TV in MTV’s The Search for Elle Woods and in NBC’s A Very Wicked Halloween.

Libby is married to Stephan Stubbins, who is also a part of this show.

Q. Smith

Q was most recently seen on Broadway playing the role of Hannah in Come From Away, a role she originated as a member of the original Broadway cast.

Before Come From Away, Q. closed the Broadway production of Mary PoppinsShe was the first African American to have a leading role in the history of Mary Poppins.

Q. was in the 1st revival of Les Miserables on Broadway. Off-Broadway she performed the role of Mabel Washington and recorded the soundtrack for Fame: On 42nd Street.

She has toured with the North American Broadway show A Night With Janis Joplin, playing the roles of Aretha Franklin and Nina Simone.

 Other noted credits include Abyssinia: A Gospel Celebration with Wynton Marsalis at the Lincoln Center, Showboat in concert at the renowned Carnegie Hall, guest soloist for Hillary Clinton’s Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards at the Kennedy Center, and guest soloist Barack Obama’s inaugural ceremonies.

She has shared the stage with Gladys Knight, Rita Coolidge, and Gary U.S. Bonds in Smokey Joe’s Café, as well as Ledesi and Loretta Devine, and has traveled the world with various productions including Central America, Germany, and the entire USA.

Stephan Stubbins

Critics have regarded Stephan Stubbins as a “magnificent” and “truly gifted performer.”

Stephan performed on Broadway in Mary Poppins, and orginated the roles of Buck Wiley and Dick Clark in the pre-Broadway premiere of the musical Memphis.

Stephan has sung an opening act solo for Frank Sinatra, headlined an opening act for Rita Moreno, has sung multiple times with the Santa Rosa Symphony Pops and has worked with entertainment legends on and offstage including Dick Van Dyke, Kristin Chenoweth, Ben Vereen, Jason Alexander, Sutton Foster, and Conan O’Brien.

He’s the co-creator of the popular Broadway Under the Stars concert series in Wine Country, for which he received multiple awards, was named as a “40 Under 40” and the company was named “Theater of the Decade.”

Stephan is married to Libby Servais, who is also a part of this show.

Stephen Tewksbury

Stephen has performed on Broadway in Sweeney Todd (the most recent revival), Kinky Boots, Miss Saigon and in The Phantom of the Opera, appearing in some of Broadway’s most iconic roles, including the Phantom.

In National Tours he’s played the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera and Javert in Les Miserables.

Stephen is married to Trista Moldovan, who is also a part of this show.

Mariand Torres

Mariand Torres is most known for having played the role of Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway and across North America.
 
She most recently stood by for and performed the titular role in the Broadway musical Lempicka and has also appeared on Broadway in Hadestown and the original cast of In Transit, Broadway’s first Acapella musical.
 
Other notable credits include: originating the role of Millie in Alicia Keys’ new musical Hell’s Kitchen, which played a sold out run at the Public Theater, the Japan world premiere of Prince of Broadway, a retrospective on the career of the legendary Hal Prince, directed by Mr. Prince himself, and the critically acclaimed off Broadway run of Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812.
 
Regionally she has been seen as Eva Perón in Evita, the Lady of the Lake in Spamalot, and Helen Bechdel in Fun Home, among others.
 
Mariand has appeared on television in Law & Order SVU and Madam Secretary
 
Mrs Torres can be heard as a principal vocalist in the Grammy nominated recording of Stephen Schwartz’s Snapshots (Broadway Records).

About the Artists

Ezekiel  Andrew

Baritone Ezekiel Andrew is currently performing on Broadway in The Lion King. He played the role of Mufasa for the first time in March of 2022.  

He brought to life the role of Coalhouse Walker, Jr. in Ragtime at Theatre Under the Stars in Houston, Music Theatre of Connecticut in Westport and at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.

Ezekiel’s road to Broadway has been paved with several performances with the Utah Shakespeare Festival, including The Merry Wives of Windsor, Henry VI Part I, and Big River.  He performed the role of the Beast in The Beauty and the Beast at the White Plains New York Performing Arts Center and Syracuse University College of Visual and Performing Arts.  

Trista Moldovan

Trista holds a special place in the history of The Phantom of the Opera being one of only three actresses to have played both Christine Daae and Carlotta on the Broadway stage.

She was also seen as Carlotta in the National Tour of Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of The Phantom of the Opera, for which she received rave reviews and played the role until the tour’s closing performance at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto, February 3rd, 2020.

Her work as an actress has earned her a Denver Ovation nomination.

As a producer she received the honor WTAM Cleveland’s “Citizen of the Week” for Songs for the Cure, a one night benefit concert to raise funds for breast cancer.

Trista is married to Stephen Tewksbury, who is also a part of this show.

Libby Servais

Applauded by critics as “dynamite” and “exceptionally gifted,” Libby Servais was most recently seen on Broadway as Glinda in the hit show Wicked.

Libby has appeared on stage with Broadway legends including Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel, Joel Grey and Sheryl Lee Ralph, to name a few, and was a member of the original Broadway cast of Lysistrata Jones.

Her crystal clear voice, superb comedic timing, and endearingly sweet spirit are what have made her an audience favorite on Broadway, in concert, and in theaters across America.

Libby has appeared on TV in MTV’s The Search for Elle Woods and in NBC’s A Very Wicked Halloween.

Libby is married to Stephan Stubbins, who is also a part of this show.

Q. Smith

Q was most recently seen on Broadway playing the role of Hannah in Come From Away, a role she originated as a member of the original Broadway cast.

Before Come From Away, Q. closed the Broadway production of Mary PoppinsShe was the first African American to have a leading role in the history of Mary Poppins.

Q. was in the 1st revival of Les Miserables on Broadway. Off-Broadway she performed the role of Mabel Washington and recorded the soundtrack for Fame: On 42nd Street.

She has toured with the North American Broadway show A Night With Janis Joplin, playing the roles of Aretha Franklin and Nina Simone.

 Other noted credits include Abyssinia: A Gospel Celebration with Wynton Marsalis at the Lincoln Center, Showboat in concert at the renowned Carnegie Hall, guest soloist for Hillary Clinton’s Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards at the Kennedy Center, and guest soloist Barack Obama’s inaugural ceremonies.

She has shared the stage with Gladys Knight, Rita Coolidge, and Gary U.S. Bonds in Smokey Joe’s Café, as well as Ledesi and Loretta Devine, and has traveled the world with various productions including Central America, Germany, and the entire USA.

Stephan Stubbins

Critics have regarded Stephan Stubbins as a “magnificent” and “truly gifted performer.”

Stephan performed on Broadway in Mary Poppins, and orginated the roles of Buck Wiley and Dick Clark in the pre-Broadway premiere of the musical Memphis.

Stephan has sung an opening act solo for Frank Sinatra, headlined an opening act for Rita Moreno, has sung multiple times with the Santa Rosa Symphony Pops and has worked with entertainment legends on and offstage including Dick Van Dyke, Kristin Chenoweth, Ben Vereen, Jason Alexander, Sutton Foster, and Conan O’Brien.

He’s the co-creator of the popular Broadway Under the Stars concert series in Wine Country, for which he received multiple awards, was named as a “40 Under 40” and the company was named “Theater of the Decade.”

Stephan is married to Libby Servais, who is also a part of this show.

Stephen Tewksbury

Stephen has performed on Broadway in Sweeney Todd (the most recent revival), Kinky Boots, Miss Saigon and in The Phantom of the Opera, appearing in some of Broadway’s most iconic roles, including the Phantom.

In National Tours he’s played the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera and Javert in Les Miserables.

Stephen is married to Trista Moldovan, who is also a part of this show.

Mariand Torres

Mariand Torres is most known for having played the role of Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway and across North America.
 
She most recently stood by for and performed the titular role in the Broadway musical Lempicka and has also appeared on Broadway in Hadestown and the original cast of In Transit, Broadway’s first Acapella musical.
 
Other notable credits include: originating the role of Millie in Alicia Keys’ new musical Hell’s Kitchen, which played a sold out run at the Public Theater, the Japan world premiere of Prince of Broadway, a retrospective on the career of the legendary Hal Prince, directed by Mr. Prince himself, and the critically acclaimed off Broadway run of Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812.
 
Regionally she has been seen as Eva Perón in Evita, the Lady of the Lake in Spamalot, and Helen Bechdel in Fun Home, among others.
 
Mariand has appeared on television in Law & Order SVU and Madam Secretary
 
Mrs Torres can be heard as a principal vocalist in the Grammy nominated recording of Stephen Schwartz’s Snapshots (Broadway Records).