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Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Photos From Ewalt & Walker’s “Bromance” in Concert at 92YTribeca

Bromance in concert, songs from the new musical by Kyle Ewalt and Michael Walker, starring Adam Chanler-Berat of Next to Normal, arrived at 92YTribeca last week. They presented the world-premiere concert of songs from their new musical comedy, Bromance: The Dudesical.

Our resident paparazzi was on hand to snap a complete photo album. Check out the photo slide above, or visit the photo set on 92YTribeca’s Flickr.

Next up at 92YTribeca Theater on September 13 is Me, Yourself and We: Identity and Community in Playwrights Horizons’ 2010-2011 Season.

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