The Pandemic Play Reading Series is streaming this event via Zoom, thanks to producer Gary Dewitt Marshall of Dark Blue Mondaze.
“It’s a night of pure holiday entertainment. A soulful season’s greeting.
Recording artists and Broadway stars Terron Brooks and Kamilah Marshall reunite at the Garry Marshall Theatre for a breathtaking 60-minute holiday extravaganza: “Holidaze Harmony.”
This year the virtual concert comes in the form of a multi-camera filming from the stage at the Garry Marshall Theatre.
Tony-winner Jerry Mitchell says, “Kamilah and Terron are two of my ‘full-out’ favorites.
With effortless chemistry and stunning vocals, lifelong best friends Terron Brooks (“The Soul of Broadway,” NBC’s “The Temptations,” Disney’s “The Lion King”) and Kamilah Marshall (NBC’s “Hairspray! Live,” Broadway’s “RENT,” “Hairspray,” Bette Midler’s “The Showgirl Must Go On” Vegas residency and “Kiss My Brass “world tour) have outdone themselves with a show-stopping line-up of songs, and an intimate look into the story behind Broadway’s two best friends who meet up each year for Christmas.
Directed by Joseph Leo Bwarie (“Jersey Boys”) who also produces with Dark Blue Mondaze said, “there is absolutely nothing that compares to the chemistry and vocal magic of Kamilah and Terron. The world needs this concert more than ever.”
“What a journey this has been to take our show to the next level.” Terron Brooks said about the show he co-created with lifelong best friend Kamilah Marshall. “It’s still all the banter and bloopers that make us… us. We still reinvent holiday songs in our Kamilah and Terron way. But this year, we even shocked ourselves.”
Kamilah added, “This experience has been a blessing. We cannot wait for folks in every corner of the world to have the chance to join us this Christmas.”
The three-piece band includes: Peter Smith (Music director/piano), Nate Light (bass), and Peter Buck (drums).”
Here’s a link to a preview trailer:
Individual tickets for this show are going for $29.00 through the Garry Marshall Theatre. We are not charging for this stream, but donations will be very much appreciated.