The MasterVoices’ presentation of George and Ira Gershwin’s Of Thee I Sing plays Carnegie Hall November 2 at 7 PM. CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Mo Rocca narrates the evening.
Elizabeth Stanley, who plays Diana Devereaux, takes us behind the scenes of a full day of rehearsals for the show, including sitzprobe, as the artists prepare for the Carnegie Hall concert.
Flip through her photos below:
Go Inside Rehearsals for Of Thee I Sing Starring Denée Benton and Bryce Pinkham
The cast also features Tony nominee Bryce Pinkham as President John P. Wintergreen, Tony nominee Denée Benton as Mary Turner, Tony nominee Kevin Chamberlin as Vice President Alexander Throttlebottom, Fred Applegate as Francis X. Gilhooley, Tony nominee David Pittu as the French Ambassador, Tony winner Chuck Cooper as Matthew Fulton, Tony nominee Brad Oscar as Louis Lippman, Richard J. Miller, Jr., Esq. as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Anna Landy as Miss Benson, and Rhett Guter as Jenkins.
Tickets for the Carnegie Hall performance, priced $20-$155, are available at the Carnegie Hall Box Office, at 57th and Seventh Avenue, by calling (212) 247-7800, or by visiting the Carnegie Hall website at CarnegieHall.org.