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CENTER VIEW: ‘Something Rotten’s’ Rob McClure to Make NYC Solo Concert Debut on Friday [VIDEO]

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On July 1 and 2 at 7pm, Tony Award-nominee Rob McClure heads to Feinstein’s/54 Below with “Smile” — his New York City solo concert debut. This Chaplin and Honeymoon in Vegas star, currently headlining the Broadway hit Something Rotten, will celebrate his unique influences through story and song with a swinging band and special guests, said to be, “both people and puppets!”

In the latest installment of CENTER VIEW for Center On The Aisle, acclaimed journalist and former WNBC anchorman Bill Boggs (filling in for Jamie deRoy) caught up with the star at a recent press preview to learn about the show. Check out the video below, for more!

Stephen Sorokoff (L) and Bill Boggs (R)

Stephen Sorokoff (L) and Bill Boggs (R)

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