Tony Award winner, and equally important, 1994 United Kingdom delegate to Eurovision, Frances Ruffelle, is back in the Big Apple!
Ruffelle is making her return with the stunning solo performance: "Frances Ruffelle Live(S) in New York!". She will performing at the Green Room on 42nd Street (Yotel) on April 30th.
Frances Ruffelle’s Live(S) in New York encompasses Broadway, Piaf, French 60s pop, and American chart hits. It features an updated version of "On My Own," Ruffelle's signature number from the original Les Miserables, a song cut from the original French production of the show. The evening also includes selections from Michael LaChiusa's The Wild Party, in which she starred as Qeenie in the show's recent acclaimed U.K. Premiere. You can read more about the show on her Website.
Frances represented the United Kingdom in Dublin at the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest with the beautiful entry Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free). Though she didn’t win, her entry was a big Eurovision hit that year, and brought her even more exposure as an artist and as a very successful actress.