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Lerner on the Lawn with Sutton Lee Seymour & Cacophony Daniels

Thursday, June 30 @ 6:00 pm


Sutton Lee Seymour is New York City’s Live Singing Broadway Bombshell! Known as the “Robin Williams of Drag,” she is New York City’s campiest live singing queen of stage and screen. Her off-Broadway credits include the musical version of BUNNICULA (Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best Family Show) also written by Charles Busch! Sutton Lee has appeared in several new shows with the New York Musical Theatre Festival and the New York Fringe Festival. Regional Theatre appearances include Mason Street Warehouse, Wagon Wheel Theatre, Timber Lake Playhouse, and Act II Stages.TV/Film appearances: WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE with Andy Cohen on BravoTV, WORDS on Amazon Prime. Tours with Atlantis Events on their gay cruise vacations as well as sold out shows in NYC, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Puerto Vallarta, plus Saugatuck at The Dunes Resort and in Kalamazoo at the Farmer’s Alley Theatre!

Cacophony Daniels is a live-singing drag darling and the internationally proclaimed “queen of screlt.” She’s toured internationally with Atlantis Events, performing her cabarets, Wanna Bette? — her tribute to Bette Midler — and Under The ‘C’ — her tribute to the late Howard Ashman — for which she received a 2017 Bistro Award! She is a co-host, with Sutton Lee Seymour and Paige Turner, of the weekly show Broadway Mondays at Hardware Bar. You may also have seen Cacophony as the prissy “Queen Bee” on The Mysteries of Laura opposite Debra Messing on NBC. Her alter-ego, actor and singer Courter Simmons, has appeared on Broadway—and in the 63rd Annual Tony Awards—in Jersey Boys.

The Lerner on The Lawn series, presented by Friends of The Lerner and the Rex & Alice A. Martin Foundation, is pleased to partner with ArtWalk in Downtown Elkhart for a live outdoor music concert series. The FREE concerts will be held on The Central Green of Civic Plaza starting at 6 p.m. in conjunction with Elkhart ArtWalk. No ticket required. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket and enjoy the evening under the stars.

“The Lerner Theatre and Friends of The Lerner are pleased to add a new live music element to ArtWalk on the Central Green stage. “Lerner on the Lawn” will showcase regional and national artists, free to the community, from 6- 8 p.m.during ArtWalk Thursdays from May to October. Local food trucks and some of your favorite Downtown vendors will be set up at Central Green. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets for a great night of art and music in Downtown,” said Michelle Frank, The Lerner Theatre, Executive Director.


Thursday, June 30
6:00 pm
Cost (plus fees)
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Central Park
300 S Main St
Elkhart, 46516


Friends of The Lerner
(574) 293.4469
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Tickets (plus fees)

General Admission
Free (no ticket required)

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Patron bags exceeding 14 inches by 14 inches by 6 inches (14” x 14” x 6″) are not permitted inside The Lerner. The term “bags” includes, without limitation, backpacks, briefcases, luggage, duffel bags, musical instrument cases, purses, boxes, packages and carry-alls.

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No storage or “check in area” will be provided for prohibited items. Lerner management reserves the right to deny any item it deems to be a safety hazard.