Graham is featured on the PS Classics recording “Jerome Kern: The Land Where the Good Songs Go”.
The 2-disc set also showcases Broadway artists Kate Baldwin, Heidi Blickstenstaff, Rebecca Luker, Philip Chaffin, and Matthew Scott, with music direction and orchestrations by David Loud.
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Graham fills out Playbill.com’s questionnaire of random facts and trivia. What music makes him cry? What was his worst job ever? More information than you ever wanted to know, right here.
Graham can currently be seen as potential father Harry Bright in the Broadway production of Mamma Mia. The cast features Judy McLane, Christy Altomare, Lauren Cohn, Dan Cooney, Felicia Finley, Aaron Lazar, and Zak Resnick.
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Graham joins Stephanie Umoh (Ragtime) and Susan Watson (Follies, Bye Bye Birdy) in celebrating the songs of Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt in The Show Goes On. Kicking off the York Theatre’s Tom Jones Celebration, the show will be narrated by none other than Tom Jones himself. The cast will journey through the highs and lows of Jones’ dynamic career with composer Harvey Schmidt, featuring music from The Fantasticks, 110 in the Shade, and I Do, I Do.
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The Williamstown Theater Festival production of Stephen Sondheim’s A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum will be presented to a New York audience February 13th, 2012. Directed by Jessica Stone the evening is hosted by the Roundabout Theatre Company and gives it’s donors a chance to see Sondheim’s comedy as it might have been presented during the time of ancient Greece; with an all-male cast. Graham reprises his role as Miles Gloriosus.
On November 27th, 2011, Graham concluded the Off-Broadway run of The Blue Flower at Second Stage. The production also featured Sebastian Arcelus, Mark Kudisch, Teal Wicks, Meghan McGeary, Joseph Medeiros, Julia Osborne, and Aaron Serotsky.
The Blue Flower was written by Jim Bauer and Ruth Bauer, with choreography by Chase Brock and direction by Will Pomerantz.
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The Blue Flower in detail