The Sinatra Century! with two New York City Legends, Jim Caruso and Billy Stritch celebrating Frank Sinatra's Centennial

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

7:30 p.m.

Keller Theatre/Lenfest Center

Lenfest is proud to present two of New York City's multi-award winning, internationally acclaimed performers, Billy Stritch and Jim Caruso, celebrating the historic centennial of Frank Sinatra's legacy.

An evening of sensational musical fun featuring world-class musicianship, brilliant comedic timing and the unique vocal and musical stylings of two of our country's most original artists. Enjoy the hits: "Come Fly With Me," "The Best Is Yet To Come," "In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning," "Love is the Tender Trap," "Witchcraft," and many more!

Caruso recently made his Broadway debut alongside Liza Minnelli in the Tony Award-winning smash hit Liza's At The Palace!, singing, dancing and celebrating the music and arrangements of the late, great Kay Thompson and the Williams Brothers. He sang with the New York Pops in an all-star tribute to Kander & Ebb at Carnegie Hall, and returned to "The Hall" in a tribute to Bob Hope and Bing Crosby, hosted by Michael Feinstein.

Stritch is one of the premier singer-pianists on the New York and national jazz and cabaret scene. He has appeared in cabaret venues across the nation, as well as concert performances. In New York, he has performed at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall and was on stage in the 2001 Broadway revival of 42nd Street starring Christine Ebersole. Stritch is also a songwriter and arranger, and his composition "Does He Love You" was recorded by Reba McEntire and Linda Davis. The single reached the number one spot on the Billboard Country chart, winning a Grammy Award and selling over five million copies along the way. He has arranged for many top performers and is a frequent collaborator with Liza Minnelli, having written the arrangements for Minnelli On Minnelli: Live at the Palace, Liza Minnelli: Christmas Spectacular, and was musical supervisor and pianist for the Tony Award-winning, Liza's at the Palace.

Tickets are required.


Adult $30, Senior $25
Active Military $25
W&L Faculty & Staff $20
W&L Student/Student $10

About the Production

Sponsored in part by the Class of '64 Performing Arts Fund