Dublin-born Ciarán Sheehan is an acclaimed actor, singer, voice healer whose performances have been said to warm the heart and touch the soul. There is an amazing quality to his voice and his ability to capture an audience is nothing short of remarkable.
Ciarán played the role of The Phantom in “The Phantom of The Opera” for over 1,000 performances on Broadway and in Toronto. But perhaps of more importance than his accomplishments is his sincere desire to use his incredible talents to inspire others to look within themselves to discover their own inner beauty.
Ciarán’s current projects include his three shows: “Ciarán ~ An Evening with Friends,” “Awaken,” and “Broadway and Beyond,” as well as various special events and stage production projects. He is also delighted to be collaborating on original music for his next CD project as well as in the early stages of an autobiography book project. He studies voice with David Jones and acting with Terry Schreiber and Larry Moss in New York City.
Sue Anderson’s career has been full and varied, ranging from Broadway productions to films to recordings.
As a conductor and musical director, Ms. Anderson has worked with the Broadway and national touring companies of “Pirates of Penzance,” “Me and My Girl,” and “Cats.” She played in the orchestra pits of “Chitty Bang,” “Woman in White,” “A Catered Affair,” “Spamalot,” “The Lion King,” and “Something Rotten.” She has conducted Pops concerts with the Milwaukee, Detroit, Phoenix, Portland, and Shreveport orchestras and, most recently, conducted the London Philharmonia at Abbey Road Studios.
An accomplished pianist, Ms. Anderson was the featured on-stage pianist in Broadway's “Jerry’s Girl.” She also performs regularly at Carnegie Hall with the all-state choirs produced by Field Studies International.
A Post-performance reception will be held in the Private Dining Room