Monday, November 7, 2016

Jon Peterson Channels Anthony Newley in He Wrote Good Songs at Seven Angels


Jon Peterson, veteran of Broadway and West End shows, returns to Seven Angels Theatre with his new hit musical, He Wrote Good Songs, through Nov. 27.

Conceived and written by Peterson, it tells the story of Anthony Newley, the British actor, singer, song-writer, director, who wrote the standards "Goldfinger," "What Kind Of Fool Am I?," "Who Can I Turn To?," "Gonna Build A Mountain," and "Candy Man."

Peters previously brought his acclaimed George M. Cohan Tonight and Song and Dance Man to Seven Angels.

Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 pm; Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 2 m. Tickets are $38-$57 depending on the day and time of performance:  203-757-4676; SevenAngelsTheatre.org; box office, 1 Plank Road, Waterbury. 

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