December 13 & 15 | 7pm | Worship Center
Mark your calendar for a musical celebration of God’s greatest gift at First Baptist Dallas. Tickets are now on sale at the link below! Please be sure to select a performance date and use the chart below to select your seating section.
Online tickets are no longer available. Please purchase tickets at the door for the Friday performance or call 214.969.7796.
The Sunday performance is sold out.
Anastasia Barzee is a celebrated Broadway, Film, and Television actress. She is a graduate of Frost School of Music at the University of Miami.
Ms. Barzee has starred on Broadway in numerous musicals and plays. They include: the Tony Award winning production of Henry IV Parts 1 and 2 as Lady Mortimer, the Tony award winning Urinetown as Hope, Jekyll & Hyde as Emma, and Miss Saigon as the American wife Ellen. She created and starred as Josephine in the West End production of Napoleondirected. Back Stateside, Anastasia created the role of Betty Haynes in the musical White Christmas.
In television, Ms. Barzee has guest starred on numerous shows including: Law & Order:SVU, White Collar, Law & Order, Murder She Wrote , Get a Life, Herman’s Head, and more.
She can be heard on original cast recordings of WHITE CHRISTMAS, NAPOLEON, and SUNSET BOULEVARD.
Vivian Reed is a multi-award winner with two Tony nominations, Drama Desk Award, Theatre World Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Dance Education of America Award, NAACP Award, and more.
She studied at the Pittsburgh Musical Institute as a child and then went on to Juilliard School of Music before extensive dance training. Vivian is well known for her role in the musical Bubbling Brown Sugar, which opened on Broadway, transitioned to Los Angeles, and eventually included a European tour.
Vivian has appeared on many TV variety and talk shows, both nationally and internationally, including The Tonight Show and The Today Show. She has several film credits to her name and has also been featured in some of worlds's most influential news and fashion magazines, including Elle and Vogue.
Hal Linden studied music at Queens College, moving later to City College to pursue business. Hal also played in dance bands and was asked to join Sammy Kaye on tour before being drafted into the Army, where he sang and provided entertainment for the troops. This sparked an interest in acting, and, upon receiving his discharge, he enrolled at New York's American Theatre Wing where he trained in voice and drama.
Hal's first Broadway show was in Bells Are Ringing where he understudied lead Jeff Moss. During the 1960s, Hal accumulated more musical credits in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Subways Are for Sleeping, The Apple Tree and The Pajama Game. He won the 1971 Tony award for his role in The Rothschilds. This particular stage success led to a TV career that culminated in the title role on the popular Barney Miller(1974) sitcom. Emmy-nominated every year the program aired, Hal became a household name. He also appeared in other television shows.
More musical leads such as I Do! I Do! and The Pajama Game came his way, along with dramatic pursuits in I'm Not Rappaport and The Sisters Rosenzweig. Hal has also undertaken musical tours in his continuing role as clarinetist.