spotlight on: John C. Hume and Mila Henry

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While my “day job” is as a freelance pianist and music director for contemporary opera, music theater, and musical theater, I also moonlight as a cabaret pianist for my friend and colleague John C. Hume.

We’ve been collaborating for six years now, and for our 10th show together, we hit the big time (as they say) on April 10, 2015 for our debut at the Broadway supper club 54 BELOW, appropriately called An Evening with John Hume & Mila Henry.

Joined by back-up singers Allison Linker, Andrew Boeckmann, and Miranda Wilson, with direction by Jody Shelton, An Evening featured music ranging from standards to (Mister) Sandman to Sondheim, and celebrated a friendship and collaboration I hold near and dear.

Want to know all the juicy gossip? Read a spotlight on John and me here, as featured by the blog Theater in the Now!

Who would play you in a movie about yourself and what would it be called?:

JCH and MH: […] for the movie version of us, we both agree that Miranda July, as Mila, would be a great compliment to Neil Patrick Harris, as Johnnie!

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