Barry Manilow Returns To Broadway At the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
Barry Manilow has returned to Broadway.
Manilow was photo-ready when he appeared at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre this week. He wore a patterned blazer with a black button-down underneath.
The Grammy, Tony and Emmy Award-winning singer and songwriter will perform on July 26 through August 17 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. He promised to perform Top 40 Hits and a range of music from pop to Broadway, Jazz and adult contemporary.
“I am thrilled to be returning to my hometown of New York City and performing once again on Broadway,” said Manilow. “It holds a very special place in my heart.”
Manilow is a veteran in the Broadway world. He received a Special Tony Award for his first appearance in 1977. He sold out an eight week run at the Gershwin Theater in 1989 and in 2013 at the St. James Theatre.
In 2018 the performer was forced to cancel his show in Las Vegas due to a bronchial infection. He has recovered and is ready to take on the stage for more performances.