LARRY MARSLAND with Henry Buck -Only Wounded: A Tribute To Peter Allen
JUNE 6 & JUNE 7
Saturday evening at 7:00 p.m. , Sunday matinee at 2:30 p.m.
Peter Allen’s songs were made popular by many recording artists including Melissa Manchester, Rita Coolidge, and Christoper Cross, who performed the Oscar Winning Arthur’s Theme, penned by Allen, Burt Bacharach, and Carol Bayer Sayer. A stage musical based on his life, The Boy from Oz, won a Tony
award for Hugh Jackman as best male actor in a musical in 2004.
LARRY MARSLAND is perhaps best known to Cape Cod audiences for Panama Club, a musical about a real nightclub in Hyannis and the young people who frequented it at the start of WWII. He has sung in nightclubs, concert halls, theaters, churches, ballparks and museums. His passion is cabaret, an intimate type of performance that engages him as an actor, singer and storyteller. Larry is delighted to be singing at Eventide and to share the music and story of Peter Allen.