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Photo Credit :: Symphony Space
Arts & Entertainment
Wall to Wall Broadway at Symphony Space
By Mark Thompson & Robert Doyle
May 16, 2009 
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The woman of a certain age turned to us, starlight in her eyes, and enthused, “What a day this has been, no?” A true Broadway queen, she was absolutely correct: it was Wall to Wall Broadway, Symphony Space’s annual twelve-hour celebration of a century of musicals. Talk about a cavalcade of stars: there was Michael Cerveris singing “Pinball Wizard,” and Rebecca Luker singing Gershwin, Raul Esparza doing Sondheim, as well as Martha Plimpton and Brian Stokes Mitchell and Mary Cleere Haran and B.D. Wong and Julie Wilson and Liz Callaway and Debbie Gravitte and Jonathan Hadary and dozens more—and all of them doing what they do best: entertaining an adoring sold-out house with songs from Broadway shows, past and present. Created and staged by Symphony Space’s maestro, Isaiah Sheffer, the celebratory marathon was, as usual, a labor of love (and FREE for the audience!)—as well as a reminder of the Broadway world’s prodigious talents.