Audra McDonald’s solo concert at the London Palladium this Sunday, 25 September, is going to be recorded.
The Emmy, Grammy and six-time Tony Award winner is in London to give her “Audra McDonald Sings the American Songbook” concert this weekend, accompanied by the 46 piece London Musical Theatre Orchestra conducted by Andy Einhorn.
The live-capture film of the performance on Sunday will be produced by David Treatman Creative and STEAM Motion and Sound, and co-produced by Chris Oakland, Bill Frisbie, Paul Bonin-Rodriguez, and Simon Brook.
There’s no news on when the film of the concert will be released.
The concert is produced by Darren Bell, Dan Looney, Adam Paulden and Jason Haigh-Ellery for Fourth Wall Live, and David Treatman Creative.
Audra McDonald is the winner of six Tony Awards, two Grammy Awards and an Emmy, in 2015 she was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people and received a National Medal of Arts—America’s highest honor for achievement in the field—from President Barack Obama.
Recent concerts include A Christmas Carol (Dominion Theatre), The Best of the West End (Royal Albert Hall), Lucie Jones Live at the Adelphi (Adelphi Theatre), Cinderella (Cadogan Hall), Zorro The Musical (Cadogan Hall) and Honeymoon in Vegas (London Palladium). LMTO’s Patrons include Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz, Jason Robert Brown, Julian Fellowes and Howard Goodall. LMTO is Orchestra-in- Residence at Bishopsgate Institute.