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Andrea McArdle, fresh from wowing New York City audiences at 54 Below with her one-woman show, “Confessions of a Broadway Baby” Andrea now brings this biographical cabaret– where she weaves song with amusing show biz anecdotes– to Bennington. 

With her irrefutable Broadway-defining voice that won our hearts since her epic childhood, Ms. McArdle relays countless tales of her unique life of treading the boards and sings these iconic showstoppers in the way only this super talent can.  She speaks with delicious honesty and humor as she charms audiences with her personal tales of the luminaries that have been an extraordinary part of her life.

The names that flow (Streisand, Lansbury, Channing, Liberace…) bring us back not only to a different time, but to an era where to be a star of the stage was simply a different persuasion. Get ready for an evening of song and Broadway history!

Andrea McArdle originated the title role in Annie in 1977, became the youngest performer ever to be nominated for a Tony Award® as Best Lead Actress in a Musical, and went on to perform the role in London’s West End. On Broadway she has starred in Jerry’s Girls, Starlight Express, State Fair, Les Misérables, and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. She starred as Sally Bowles in the national tour of Cabaret and has played the title roles in Mame and Hello, Dolly!. On PBS she has appeared in Andrea McArdle on Broadway and The Leading Ladies of Broadway. Ms. McArdle has performed in concert halls from Carnegie Hall to the best showrooms in Las Vegas to the MET Opera House as well as The White House.

May 19th - doors open at 4 PM


Cocktails by South Shire Inn

Entertainers & Hors d'oeuvres stations in every gallery!

Entertainment by: Stephanie Phelan, Ric DiDonato,

David Sutton & Groovy Guy (Guy Collins)

Silent Auction includes:

Four Broadway tickets with a night at The Marriott in Times Square 

Jim Coe & Tony Allain paintings, and much more



Broadway’s ANDREA McARDLE performs on the mainstage

End the evening with a Cocktail and Dessert

Enjoy a fantastic night PLUS the price of your ticket $150.00 per person

will help Monument Arts & Cultural Center continue to bring gallery openings, great productions, artist workshops and a theatre that

will continue to host community productions.  


Only 300 tickets available!

Let Us Entertain You!

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