Carole Demas and Ian Herman Ask: Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
"WITH YOU" New Year's Live From Skylight Run Streaming Series
By: KeyMedia Public Relations
Airing at 7:30 PM EST, WITH YOU, stars Broadway and TV Legend Carole Demas and her longtime friend and music director Ian Herman. Together they have skillfully prepared a wonderful range of songs, music, and several solo piano pieces written by Mr. Herman, some of which will be heard for the very first time. The concert will include some of their all-time favorites including, Billy Joel's "You're My Home," Amanda McBroom's "The Rose," Gerry Goffin and Carole King's "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" and George Gershwin's "I've Got Rhythm."
LIVE FROM SKYLIGHT RUN is a monthly concert series, bringing you stars from Broadway and TV, performing at Skylight Run, a delightful and intimate setting in Westchester, New York. Skylight Run's award-winning co-owner and sound engineer Stuart J. Allyn will be steering the audio. He also happens to be Carole's long-time business partner and husband. They started building Skylight Run in 1987 and with this year's cancellation of live performances, its purpose has grown. The team continues their commitment to bringing world-class entertainment to audiences near and far, for a fraction of what people were paying to see these stars on Broadway stages.
WITH YOU airs January 1, 2021, at 7:30 PM EST. For tickets and donations: TICKETS HERE (https://www.musae.me/
About Carole Demas: Most notably Carole created the role of Sandy in Broadway's GREASE and the title role in Stephen Schwartz's THE BAKER'S WIFE. She has starred in numerous other Broadway and off-Broadway shows and co-starred in the long-running television show THE MAGIC GARDEN. She has performed on stages in many world-famous cabarets and venues in New York City and around the world. More at www.caroledemas.com
About Ian Herman: Ian is an award-winning Musical Director, pianist, and composer. His career spans decades of working in the theater community including Broadway shows, Off-Broadway shows, concerts, and cabaret work. In 1999 he was honored to receive the prestigious Backstage Bistro Award for Best Music Director. He has worked with such luminary artists as Jane Olivor, Donna McKechnie, and Joy Behar in nightclubs in New York and around the country. Broadway credits include "Jelly's Last Jam", "The Who's Tommy", and "Swing", for which he wrote vocal and dance arrangements.