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Broadway star to perform special benefit concert

Broadway star Eric Kunze, a favorite of Sacramento Music Circus audiences, will perform a benefit concert for the nonprofit California Musical Theatre on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 7:30 p.m., at the 200-seat Cosmopolitan Cabaret in downtown Sacramento.

Kunze, who has starred in a number of Broadway shows and national Broadway tours, was most recently at Music Circus playing the role of Prince Eric in this past summer’s production of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.” He was also widely praised for his role as Chris in the 2011 Music Circus production of “Miss Saigon.”

A rare opportunity to experience Kunze’s soaring vocals in an extremely intimate setting, An Evening With Eric Kunze will raise funds to help California Musical Theatre continue its mission of providing world class musical theatre and educational programs for the Sacramento community. Audiences will also experience a post-concert meet and greet with Kunze and enjoy gourmet desserts donated by Ambrosia Café. Kunze will perform selections from “Miss Saigon,” “Les Misérables,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Damn Yankees” and other popular shows, and from “My Collection,” his recently-released album of some of his favorite songs.

Tickets to this truly unique experience are available now through the Wells Fargo Pavilion box office at 1419 H St., by calling (916) 557-1999 or online at Tickets.com. Tickets are $75 and $100.

The Cosmopolitan Cabaret, located at 1000 K St., across from the Crest Theatre, is an intimate theatre venue where patrons can enjoy cocktails and refreshments during performances. For more information visit CosmopolitanCabaret.com.

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