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Doylestown native, theater star Andrew Polec performs in “Legacy of Love”

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Andrew Polec, Doylestown native and star of the international tour of “Bat Out of Hell,” shakes up the Broadway Spotlight Concert Series with the new concert “Legacy of Love.”

He will perform with the Michael Bond Quartet. The music will include musical theater and rock n’ roll with a homage to the recently deceased Rock Legend Jim Steinman.

Performances will be held at Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 5 and 2 p.m. Sunday, June 6. Tickets to “Legacy of Love” are $40. For information visit, BucksCountyPlayhouse.org.

Polec earned rave reviews and won The Joe Allen Best West End Debut award, decided by public vote, at the Stage Debut Awards for his performance as “Strat” in “Bat Out of Hell: The Musical” at the Manchester Opera House and The London Coliseum. He reprised the role on the West End in London and Toronto, before leading the cast at the New York City Center.
A graduate of the Brown/ Trinity Rep MFA program, Polec appeared Off-Broadway in “The Fantasticks” at the Jerry Orbach Theater and has performed at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Providence Fringe Festival, and with the Trinity Repertory Company. His television credits include “Katy Keene” and “Prodigal Son.”

Tickets are available at BucksCountyPlayhouse.org or 215-862-2121. A list of safety protocols can be found on the Playhouse website.


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