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SUMMER MELODIES
JEFF MACAULEY: WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO? THE SONGS OF BOBBY TROUP & THE LIFE OF SCOTTY BOWERS
Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 7:00PM

Urban Stages
259 West 30th Street
New York, NY 10001
Between 7th and 8th Avenue
A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, NJ Transit, LIRR, Amtrak (Penn Station). B, D, F, M, N, Q, R and PATH (Harold Square Station)


Urban Stages introduces a brand-new festival patterned after its award-winning series WINTER RHYTHMS called SUMMER MELODIES. SUMMER MELODIES has been conceived to emphasize the development of new theatrical projects and highlight the amazing talents of artists. This benefit series will present a variety of shows, many of them created especially for the festival.

All proceeds will benefit the development of new musical theater projects through Urban Stages’ Development Program. For 35 years, Urban Stages has developed and produced exciting new works on its award-winning Off-Broadway stage. All tickets are $30 per show or $45 for TWO shows on the same night.


JEFF MACAULEY: WHERE DID THE GENTLEMAN GO? THE SONGS OF BOBBY TROUP & THE LIFE OF SCOTTY BOWERS
“Where Did The Gentleman Go?” looks at the songs of Bobby Troup and the life of Scotty Bowers, two ex-marines who made new lives for themselves in Los Angeles just after World War II. They each took divergent but intersecting paths to find their fortunes and boy, did they find them. Bobby Troup became an esteemed composer, writing “Get Your Kicks On Route 66” among other post-war pop hits. Scotty Bowers got his kicks on Hollywood Blvd. working in a gas station and as a bartender and romancing just about every star in Hollywood. Jeff Macauley has been singing in clubs from Los Angeles to New York since 1990. Jeff recently won the 2019 MAC Award for Male Vocalist with his fourth consecutive nomination.