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Robert studied at the University of The Arts in Philadelphia and has been performing professionally his entire adult life, at venues including Derby Dinner Playhouse, Disneyland, The Gaslight Theatre, and has performed with both the Chicago and New York casts of Broadway’s smash-hit musical “Million Dollar Quartet.” He founded Lonely Street Productions in 2005 to handle the business end of a rapidly growing concert production company that specialized in celebrating the music of Elvis Presley.The company has grown into a national full-service entertainment corporation; in addition to still performing regularly, Robert collaborates on the conception, development, direction, music-direction, and design of all the entertainment properties in the company’s stable.Established in 2005 by Robert Shaw to handle the business end of a rapidly growing concert production company, Lonely Street has grown to encompass every facet of the entertainment world.From the creation and development of new entertainment concepts, to technical design and staging, facility management or booking, Lonely Street Productions has the resources and expertise to execute flawless events. Lonely Street Productions is a full-scale national concert production company that specializes in dynamic family-friendly entertainment with broad appeal.
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Fresh off a successful run at the Alliance Performance Center of Tucson (APCOT), the Roadrunner Theatre Company is partnering with The Gaslight Music Hall to stage the musical comedy “I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change” later this month.“We’re extremely excited to be partnering with Roadrunner Theatre Company to mount the first of what we hope will be many collaborations with area performing arts organizations,” said music hall producer and artistic director Robert Shaw.
Set in two acts, the four-actor performance will weave in and out of the various intricacies of love, from dating through marriage.