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Matthew Morrison Wraps Cabaret Run With Another Cory Monteith Tribute


Beneath the bright spotlight on the small stage of 54 Below, Matthew Morrison began his final cabaret show the same way he had the first: by paying heartfelt homage to Cory Monteith, his Glee costar who unexpectedly passed away on Saturday.
"This week has been an interesting one for me. I lost a good friend of mine, Cory Monteith," Morrison said solemnly to a sold-out crowd at the intimate New York City venue on Wednesday evening. "He was like a brother to me .... So, I'm going to start the show tonight with a song for Cory."

Morrison filled the room with a moving, a capella rendition of "What I Did for Love," a song from the musical A Chorus Line that Monteith's girlfriend Lea Michele performed on the second season of Glee.

Then he dove into a set of show tunes and standards from "Luck Be a Lady" from Guys and Dolls, to "On The Street Where You Live" from My Fair Lady, to Duke Ellington's "It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)" keeping the audience completely spellbound with his smooth vocals, suave dance steps and stellar showmanship, all backed up by a band including Brad Ellis, the piano player on Glee (who was also Morrison's childhood camp counselor).

While the man of the hour sparkled with songs like "Singin' in the Rain" "one of my favorite[s]," he said he turned somber at times, most of all with his performance "Send in the Clowns," which left him wiping his watery eyes.

Throughout the set, which drew on his latest album, Where It All Began, Morrison effused about his experience on Glee, in which he plays the beloved Glee club coach Will Schuester.

"I'm not actually a high school teacher in real life. In real life, I'm not the kind of guy who hangs around high schools," he said, sparking laughter among his showgoers. "In real life, I'm the kind of guy who hangs around places like this. But one of the best things about the past four years is I've gotten to sing some of the best show tunes on global television."

That's what Morrison will continue to do once the Fox musical-comedy returns for its fifth season this fall. But for now, filming is reportedly on hiatus, as fans, friends and the entire Glee family continue to mourn the tragic loss of Monteith.

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Matthew to perform with The NBSO!


Matthew has scheduled another live concert, on Saturday, September 28 2013, at the Zeiterion Theater in New Bedford, MA!

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An Evening with Matthew Morrison & The NBSO - 09/28/13
8:00 PM
TICKETS: $95 $74.50 $64.50 $54.50
GLEEFUL GALA POST-PERFORMANCE RECEPTION: $50
Z Member On Sale: July 23 at 10am (in person or at box office only)
Public On Sale: July 30 at 10am

GLEEFUL GALA
AN EVENING WITH GLEE STAR MATTHEW MORRISON AND THE NEW BEDFORD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

A very special concert of song and dance from the Great American Songbook and Broadway classics!
Experience the best of Broadway at The Z when Emmy-, Tony- and Golden Globe-nominated star of Fox TV’s hit series GLEE, Matthew Morrison, takes the stage with the spectacular NBSO in a David MacKenzie-led performance!
The Gleeful Gala continues! Join the glitterati during a post-performance cocktail reception at The Z. Funds from the Gleeful Gala reception will benefit the performance and education programs at The Z.

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Matthew Morrison Is Surrounded by Friends at 54 Below - pictures!
Matthew Morrison returned to the popular Times Square nightclub 54 Below for an encore engagement of his show Up Close and Personal with Matthew Morrison. The concert featured Morrison showing off some fancy footwork and singing beloved Broadway tunes straight off his second album, Where It All Began. The Glee Emmy nominee and Broadway vet found support from his friends and former theater colleagues, welcoming members of the Hairspray family, a South Pacific co-star and even Regis Philbin!

Public Events --> 2013 --> Concerts at 54 Below (July 13-17)




Photo credit: Bruce Glikas


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Hollywood Game Night: new promo!
New promo for Matt's episode of Hollywood Game Night, airing on Thursday, July 18, at 10pm on NBC.

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Matthew Morrison Performs, Addressing Death of Cory Monteith


On Sunday afternoon, Matthew Morrison walked onto the small stage at 54 Below, in Manhattan, his first performance following news of the death of Cory Monteith, who starred with Mr. Morrison on the Fox television show, “Glee.”

Before the set began, Mr. Morrison first addressed Mr. Monteith’s unexpected death on Saturday, in a hotel room in Vancouver, British Columbia. Mr. Monteith played an upbeat high school student and singing coach on “Glee,” but he battled substance abuse problems in his personal life.

Calling Mr. Monteith a brother, he expressed his sadness and condolences. And, changing his opening number, he sang a capella, “What I did for Love,” from the musical, “A Chorus Line.” The song was also featured in “Glee” during the second season.

At the top of the number, Mr. Morrison also gave a two-fingered salute. As he finished, he acknowledged that it was “awkward” to continue the performance given Mr. Monteith’s death, but said, “You guys came to see a show, I came to perform a show, so that’s what we’ll do. And we’ll do it in Cory’s honor.”

He went on with a set of Broadway show tunes and jazz standards, even dancing on stage and quipping with the audience about the infamous drug-den history of the space under the 1970’s club, Studio 54 where the performance took place.

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Watch Matthew talk about Cory at 54 Below in the clip:


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Matthew-Morrison.net sends their deepest condolences to Cory's family and all his loved ones. He will be missed.
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