From his humble beginnings in Brooklyn, N.Y. he was a solitary man at heart who suffered bouts of depression. He toured worldwide for decades trying to escape the insecure loneliness he embodied. His career has spanned sixty plus years with a grammy, seven nominations and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. He is a Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee, a Golden Globe winner, a Billboard Music Award recipient & was nominated two times for an Emmy. Neil Diamond’s music weaves a colorful tapestry of his life. His song “Brooklyn Roads” paints a picture of a young child bounding up two flights of stairs gazing out of his brownstone apartment window with dreams of dragons & kings. “His music is simple and complicated at the same time and although I have included his hits, I have added a few obscure challenging pieces that I believe will not disappoint our audience,” says Producer Ruth Condon.
September 28–October 15
Thursdays thru Saturdays, 7:30pm, 2:00pm Sunday matinee
Tickets $40, $30 for Members, $38 for seniors/veterans
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