Millersville University and The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra: Broadway, Our Way

Millersville University and The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra: Broadway, Our Way

— Information provided by Ware Center

The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra and Millersville University present Broadway, Our Way starringWill and Anthony Nunziata on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 3:00 PM and 7:30 PM at the Ware Center, located at 42 N. Prince Street in Lancaster.


MU Arts will close out its terrific 2015/16 season with The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra and the Nunziata brothers in big Broadway style. In its 69th season, the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra has evolved from a community orchestra into an organization of professional musicians serving 52,000 music enthusiasts with season subscription concerts, popular holiday concerts, and the New Year’s Eve gala celebration.


Combining their magnificent tenor voices, brotherly banter, and comedic flair, Will and Anthony Nunziata offer fresh interpretations of timeless Broadway classics and American pop standards, making Broadway, Our Way a memorable experience. The show will feature some of the greatest songs ever written for the stage, including “The Impossible Dream,” “Just in Time,” “Being Alive,” “Somewhere,” “Lily’s Eyes,” and their signature mash-ups of songs including “Who Can I Turn To/What Kind of Fool Am I?” and “Some Enchanted Evening/This Nearly Was Mine”.


Broadway, Our Way stars Will and Anthony Nunziata are touted by Entertainment magazine as having “amazing voices,” and are described by the Huffington Post as “a nearly impossible pairing of talent, stage presence, and charisma.” Recording artists, actors, and concert performers, the Nunziata brothers have packed houses and won acclaim for their performances throughout the country and around the world. The Nunziata’s will make their Carnegie Hall debut this December.

Singers, actors, writers, creators, improve-comedians, and advocates of the arts in education,  Will and Anthony Nunziata are a Brooklyn-born, classically trained singing and comedy brother duo who sing fresh takes of timeless songs from Pop, Adult Contemporary music, Broadway, Italy, and beyond.

The brothers have brought their distinct take on classic and contemporary songs from performing arts centers and theaters, including The Kravis Center’s Dreyfoos Hall in West Palm Beach, FL, to headlining their symphony concerts with The Cleveland Pops Orchestra, Colorado Symphony, Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, Firelands Symphony Orchestra, and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra with NY POPS musical director and conductor Steven Reineke.

They have been featured on NPR, The Entertainment Weekly Sirius Radio show, The Rachael Ray Show, NBC’s The Columbus Day Parade, and ABC’s Good Morning America.  Their proudest accomplishment is the creation of their Arts in Education Outreach Initiative and Master Class Workshops where they visit schools and students and provide education and inspiration in supporting the arts as a significant component of young peoples’ lives. Through their workshops, Will and Anthony provide acting and vocal technique, life lessons of building a strong work ethic and personal brand, and the confidence to never give up on your passions.

Born in Brooklyn, the brothers were brought up in a musical household, with their parents playing Sinatra, Ella, Sammy Davis, Jr., Streisand, Dean Martin, Pavarotti, Billy Joel, Gospel, and more. This was the soundtrack of Will and Anthony’s childhood. Today, their musical mission is to keep “America’s classical music” feeling fresh and new.


Reserved Seating is $45 for Adults and $20 for Children under 17 and MU Students with valid IDs.