Megan Mullally All Set To Perform At West End StageDecember 16th, 2009 - 9:06 pm ICT by GD
By Gina Gomez
Dec.16, (THAINDIAN NEWS) American actress and singer Megan Mullally is all set to make her debut appearance at the West End stage next year, where she would be performing along with her musical band Supreme Music Program. The much anticipated event is scheduled to commence from the month of February next year, at the Vaudeville Theatre in London and would continue till February 21, comprising of a total of eight performances.
The event is going to be all the more special for the much acclaimed actress as it would mark the first time that Megan Mullally would be performing along with her band outside United States. Meanwhile, speculations regarding the show is gradually increasing as it has been implied that apart from the three released albums of the band, the show would also include tracks which have never been heard before. With the Supreme Music Program, the Emmy award-winning actress has three albums to her credit namely “Big As A Berry”, “The Sweetheart Break-In,” and the latest “Free Again!”.
While talking about the upcoming show, Megan Mullally emphasized that the event is basically a concert which would include tracks from all genres of music. At the same time, it has been implied that the show would not involve any glossy features but some really good music.
The portrayal of the character of Karen Walker in the television sitcom ‘Will & Grace’ turned Megan Mullally into one of the most popular faces on television. Moreover, for her true to life portrayal of the character, she has also received multiple awards. The actress, who made her Broadway debut in 1994, is presently working on her new Broadway project ‘Karen: The Musical’.
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