In case you missed the first of three scheduled performances by Ken Corday last night, you are in luck: the “Days of our Lives” executive producer can be seen performing on Wednesday, November 8 and Saturday, November 11, at the legendary Garry Marshall Theatre in Burbank, CA, as he presents his first piano recital in over 50 years.
Featuring a collection of never-before-heard, completely original works, tickets for the concert, “Ken Corday Presents: ‘Songs Without Words’ Benefit Concert,” can be purchased online for $40 by visiting the Gary Marshall Theatre website. Each show begins at 8:00 p.m.
Note: Price does not include any additional fees, parking, merchandise or concessions. Additionally, due to the nature of live theatre and events, artists and special guests are subject to change. All proceeds from the concert will go to benefit the SAG/AFTRA Foundation’s Emergency Assistance Program and the important work they continue to do.
During Corday’s performance on Saturday, November 4, several “Days of our Lives” cast members were in attendance, including Deidre Hall (Marlens), Stephen Nichols (Steve), Jackée Harry (Paulina), Josh Taylor (Roman), Peter Porte (Dimitri), Greg Rikaart (Leo), and Suzanne Rogers (Maggie). Also in attendance were former “Days of our Lives” co-executive producer Greg Meng, casting director Marnie Saitta, makeup artist Karen Dahl, costume designer Richard Bloore and members of Corday’s immediate family, among others.
Check out photos from the event below.
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