Don’t Make Me Sing:
A Fabulous New Year’s Eve with Brian Baez
Thom Culcasi, Musical Director

December 31, 2022; 8:00 & 10:30 pm

Excited to be home at last, Brian Baez is honored to share NYE with his Richmond family. Since leaving Virginia in 2015, Brian continues to make waves in the entertainment industry both in his new home in St. Pete, FL, and internationally as a casting director; traveling worldwide to cast ongoing productions of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Kinky Boots, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical,  Jersey Boys, and SIX!

In his new home in Florida, Brian has had the honor of performing all around the Tampa Bay area, but most notably with St. Pete’s own “Florida Björkestra”, headlining their sold out concert Something Sacred: The Music of Madonna and George Michael. Richmond credits include work at Barksdale Theatre, Virginia Rep, Firehouse Theatre Project, Swift Creek Mill, and Richmond Triangle Players’ productions of La Cage aux Folles, Pageant, Cabaret, Psycho Beach Party, and his sold out cabarets God Save The Queen and Chemo: The New Atkins.

Don’t Make Me Sing promises to be a fun evening of nostalgia, camp, irreverence, and reflection.

Brian’s musical director Thom Culcasi is no stranger to the cabaret stage, working from coast to coast and everywhere in between. Favorite collaborators include Alice Ripley, Liz McCartney, Brian D’Arcy James, Carson Kressley, and Melissa Manchester. Other favorite ccredits include Jerry Mitchell’s Peep Show, Buddy: the Buddy Holly Story and Maria Callas: Masterclass.

The Late Show includes a champagne toast and countdown to the New Year!

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