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Patina Miller Joins Norm Lewis In The Prince of Egypt Musical Concert Reading

Fresh off of her stint as CBS’s official social media correspondent for the 2015 Tony Awards, Tony Award winner Patina Miller will join the concert reading of The Prince of Egypt on July 11 at Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater.

Miller is best known for her Broadway roles in Pippin and Sister Act and will join Broadway Black star Norm Lewis (Phantom, Les Mis, Porgy and Bess), whom she played opposite in Ragtime, and other actors for the reading. The Prince of Egypt will be co-presented with DreamWorks Theatricals as part of Bay Street’s 24th annual Summer Gala and will feature dinner and an auction, in addition to the performance.

The Prince of Egypt, based on the 1998 DisneyWorks film, will be a new stage adaptation by composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz. The musical tells the Biblical story of Moses, who begins his life as the child of Hebrew slaves. In order to protect him, Moses’ parents put him in a basket and float him down the river, where he is found and adopted by Pharoah’s queen. As an adult, Moses learns of his true identity and seeks to free his people from Pharoah’s bondage.

Tickets for the Bay Street Theater Summer Gala may be purchased here.

Listen to Patina Miller sing Aquarius/Easy To Be Hard from HAIR below

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