Producer Mark Cortale has announced that more stars of the stage and screen will join the line-up of The Seth Concert Series, the live weekly series based on Seth Rudetsky’s international Broadway series that began at The Art House in Provincetown ten years ago. Over the next couple weeks catch Eva Noblezada, Tony nominee for Hadestown and Miss Saigon on Broadway and star of the Sony Pictures film Yellow Rose, debuts in the series on March 7.  Emily Skinner, Tony nominee for Side Show and star of Broadway’s The Cher Show and Billy Elliot, makes her series bow on March 14.

Hosted by beloved musical director and Sirius XM Star Seth Rudetsky, the series’ first event took place on May 31, 2020 and featured Tony Award-winning actress Kelli O’Hara. The series to-date has since featured intimate conversations and incredible musical moments with Audra McDonald, Jeremy Jordan, Jessie Mueller, Lea Salonga, Megan Hilty, Norm Lewis, Cheyenne Jackson, Liz Callaway, Stephanie J. Block, Melissa Errico, Rachel Bay Jones, Sierra Boggess, Karen Olivo, Judy Kuhn, Orfeh & Andy Karl, Beth Leavel, Keala Settle, LaChanze, Beth Malone, Lillias White, Patti Murin & Colin Donnell, Ana Gasteyer, James Monroe Iglehart, Adam Pascal, Kerry Butler, Alex Brightman, Wayne Brady, Jessica Vosk, Ashley Spencer, Christy Altomare, and Laura Osnes.

Eva Noblezada

Eva Noblezada (performing March 7) stars in the title role for director Diane Paragas in the recently released award-winning Sony Pictures film, Yellow Rose. She was nominated for a Tony Award for starring on Broadway in Hadestown. It was her second Tony nomination in two Broadway roles, following her earlier nod in the title role in Miss Saigon in 2017. She was previously a lead in Hadestown at the National Theatre in London after starring in the West End revivals of Miss Saigon and Les Miserables. Noblezada was a high school student in Charlotte, NC, when she was discovered by casting director Tara Rubin at the 2013 Jimmy Awards in NYC.

Emily Skinner

Emily Skinner (performing March 14) starred most recently on Broadway in The Cher Show in 2019. In 2017 she had the honor of being directed by Hal Prince in his last show Prince of Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club (Outer Critics Circle nomination) and also appeared that season Off-Broadway in Transport Group’s critically acclaimed Picnic (Drama Desk nomination). Emily starred as The Witch in Into The Woods at Houston’s Theatre Under The Stars and as Phyllis in Follies at The Repertory Theatre of St Louis, workshopped the new musical SCKBSTD by Grammy winning singer/songwriter Bruce Hornsby and created the role of Monique McCandless in Stephen King & John Mellencamp’s musical The Ghost Brothers Of Darkland County at the Alliance Theatre. Dame Julie Andrews selected Emily to star in the musical based on her children’s book The Great American Mousical, which premiered at Goodspeed. She starred previously on Broadway in the musical Billy Elliot (Broadway World Award) and was nominated for a Tony Award (along with Alice Ripley) and received a Drama League Award for her performance as Daisy Hilton in the brilliant but short-lived Side Show. Her other original Broadway credits include Jekyll & Hyde, James Joyce’s The Dead, The Full Monty, Dinner At Eight, A Christmas Carol, as well as The Actors Fund productions of The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, and Dreamgirls. She has performed at Carnegie Hall with The New York Pops, and in the New York debut of Richard Thomas’ infamous Jerry Springer The Opera. As a soloist, she guested with the Pittsburgh Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Dallas Symphony, and the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. Emily has also headlined New York engagements at Merkin Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Town Hall, Joe’s Pub at the Public Theatre, Birdland, 54 Below, Lincoln Center’s American Songbook Series, Feinstein’s at the Regency, as well as her solo concert act Broadway Her Way at venues around the country. Her CD recordings include multiple cast albums, audio books, and animated feature soundtracks.

Each weekly show premieres live on Sunday afternoons at the new time of 3pm with a one-time rebroadcast on Sunday nights at 8pm, except where otherwise noted. Tickets are available at for $25 each. As a premium, VIP tickets that include “behind-the-scenes” access to the artists’ soundcheck are now on sale for each of the February and March lineup’s stars. Also, a Student Discount is now available for all shows announced in The Seth Concert Series, providing an additional 40% discount to registered students with a .edu email address by using the code STUDENT when signing up for a BroadwayWorld account.