Join us in support of Judy Black Memorial Parks & Gardens for a show featuring Audrey Heffernan Meyer on Saturday, August 29th now at the Riverwalk Pavilion!
For tickets and all information to go: thejudyblackparkandgardens.org/funraiser
For your safety, we will have assigned seating for the reserved sections and you are welcome to have up to 6 people in your group.
$250: Premium Reserved: Premium reserved chair seating including a lite picnic and a bottle of bubbly for your group.
$125: Reserved: Reserved chair seating for your group.
$25: Side Lawn
All but $50 of each “Premium Reserved” ticket may be considered tax-deductible. 100% of all “Reserved”and “Side Lawn” tickets may be considered tax-deductible.
If you are unable to attend the event but wish to support the park, please follow the “REGISTER” button below where you will have the option to make a donation: REGISTER
AUDREY HEFFERNAN MEYER
This past year, Audrey led the cast of four women in the Off-Broadway Musical This One’s For The Girls. She also starred Off-Broadway in Joe Godfrey’s three-character play Romance Language at Ars Nova, and in From Silence, (the memoir of Holocaust survivor Judith Sherman), at Folksbiene Theatre and Theatre for the New City. She also worked with Antonio Banderas and Chita Rivera (pinch me!) in the Broadway Workshop of Zorba! Other New York musicals/operas: Merrily We Roll Along, Grand Hotel, Oliver!, Gondoliers, The Sorcerer, Magic Flute, Carmen, Orpheus Descending, Pagliacci, etc.
At Connecticut’s own Sharon Playhouse: Lead roles in Damn Yankees and The Sound of Music. Other Regional Theatres around the country: Lading lady in Oklahoma!, Guys & Dolls, Carousel Fiddler on the Roof, Tintypes, etc. TV and Film: Recurring and co-star roles on The Blacklist, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Blue Bloods, Billions, Royal Pains, The Enemy Within, Did You Hear about The Morgans?, Pilot: Y The Last Man, etc. Thanks to acting coaches Austin Pendleton, F. Murray Abraham, and voice teachers Bob Marks and Andrew Byrne, and to my loving and supportive family.
MICAH BURGESS, Musical Direction
Micah Burgess is a versatile guitarist whose credits include a 2017 US tour with Petula Clark. He recently held the role of Guitar 1 on the Broadway production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School of Rock along with numerous pit credits which include “Beautiful” the Carole King Musical on Broadway, Cirque Du Soleil’s “Banana Shpeel”, the first national tour of “Come Fly Away” and numerous off-Broadway produtions. Micah is a recipient of the Eubie and Marion Blake Award for jazz performance and holds a Master’s Degree in Jazz Performance from New York University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Guitar Performance from Duquesne University.
ALAN MURAOKA, Director
Alan Muraoka has appeared in 7 Broadway shows, and has been a cast member of Sesame Street for the past 21 years, where he plays Alan, the proprietor of Hooper’s Store. His New York credits include Avenue Q (Off Broadway-Resident Director) and he is the recipient of numerous awards including APEX Inspiration award and FCC’s Role Mode of the Year Award. Mr. Muraoka is a graduate of UCLA, where he received the Carol Burnett Musical Comedy Award for performance.
For Your Safety
Following CDC, State and Local guidelines, when in public and a six-foot distance is unavoidable, face coverings are required to be worn. This does not apply to anyone for whom doing so would be contrary to their health because of a medical condition.
(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
River Walk Pavilion
11 School Street, Washington, CT 06793
Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens One Green Hill, Washington, CT 06794