Concert Series: Bernard Dotson (voice)

Thursday 2 September
07:30 PM
Hotchkiss Hall - Gibson Center for the Arts
Concert Series: Bernard Dotson (voice)

The Washington College Concert Series presents the extraordinary voice of Broadway artist Bernard Dotson with Tracy Stark on piano. Bernard has been seen on Broadway in Finian's Rainbow, Chicago, Imaginary Friends, Sweet Smell Of Success, Jesus Christ Superstar, and the Tony Award-winning musical Ragtime. Individual tickets are $20 (adults) and $15 (non-WC College Students / Seniors 65 and over). Youth 18 and under are free. Tickets are available at the door (check and cash) or online with EVENTBRITE (credit card)


A native of Los Angeles California, Bernard began performing Nationally and Internationally singing the Walt Disney Songbook. While working for the Disney Company he was featured on TV shows singing in English, French, German, and Japanese.

Concerts include A Celebration Of Christmas w/Live Arts Maryland, One Singular Sensation, A Tribute To The Music Of Marvin Hamlisch, Live Arts Maryland, Finian’s Rainbow, Live Arts Maryland, The music of Frank Loesser with The New York Philharmonic, The hit Encores production of "Merrily We Roll Along", Directed by James Lapine, "Finian's Rainbow", "Encores Broadway Bash", and "Dreamgirls" to benefit the Actors Fund.
Bernard has been seen on Broadway in 'Finian's Rainbow", (First Gospeleer, Original Revival Cast), "Chicago", (Billy Flynn), "Imaginary Friends", (Leo, Original Cast), starring Swoosie Kurts, Cherry Jones, and Harry Groener, "Sweet Smell Of Success" (Club Zanzibar Singer, Original Cast) Starring John Lithgow and Brian d'Arcy James, with Lyrics by Craig Carnelia and music by Marvin Hamlisch, "Jesus Christ Superstar", (Original Revival Cast), and the Tony Award-winning Musical "Ragtime", (Original Cast).
With a host of Regional, National, and International Tours, Bernard has been seen in such shows as "Smokey Joe's Cafe", (Ken), "Five Guys Named Moe", (No Moe), "Kiss Me Kate" (Paul), "Xanadu", (Danny Maguire/Zeus), "Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", and “Paradise Square”, (Camp Butler), just to name a few.
Bernard can be heard on six cast recordings.


Ken Schweitzer & Jon McCollum

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