Harvey is one of the nicest men on Broadway, and even in New York. He's had an amazing career, beginning with his debut in 1957 to the Broadway revival of Oklahoma in 2002. He also performed in shows regionally, notably as Buddy in Follies opposite Marilyn Maye, and danced and acted in a number of films, including Mary Poppins, The Pajama Game, Enchanted and the upcoming Silver Tongues.
With symmetry, Harvey (also known as Harvey Hohnecker) was "Gee Tar" in the original Broadway production of West Side Story and "Mouthpiece" in the 1961 movie of West Side Story. Now, on Sunday, October 9th, Harvey is hosting a screening presented by the Dancers over 40 of the never before seen documentary of about the making of the movie of West Side Story. This unreleased film is an hour-long look at the movie from the dancers’ point of view, and features many scenes shot by cast member and host Harvey Evans.
The screening will take place on Sunday, October 9th, 2:00 pm, at St. Luke's Theatre, 308 West 46th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues). Tickets are available via Telecharge.
|Harvey Evans at the 2008 Broadway Flea Market