Brian To Appear in Epic American Musical
By Staff Writer | October 16, 2012 03:58 AM EDT
Brian will take the stage on an American musical theater production.
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On October 27th, he will appear in "Loving the Silent Tears" at the LA Shrine Auditorium.
'Loving Silent Tears' is the first international musical to have a Korean in one of the lead roles. They will sing both in Korean and in English and are set to entice the audience.
Brian and Heather Park have been cast as the lead roles. John Sekada, a 2 time Grammy award winner, Jody Watley, Liz Callaway and many others who have won Tonys, Emmys or Grammys.
Jody Watley said, "I'm really excited about the fact that I was cast in this amazing project. This musical will be epic with the best musicians, songwriters and artists and will have a very global message."
The crew list is also just as impressive. The director Vincent Patterson has produced performances by artists like Michael Jackson, Madonna, Evita, Cirque du Soleil and many others. The choreographer has also won Emmys and costume designer has been on projects like "Chicago".
"Loving the Silent Tears" encompasses cultures from 16 different countries over 6 different continents. It is the first for musicals on many fronts. It talks about peace and happiness, something that has for some reason always escaped mankind.
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