BRUNSWICK — Maine State Music Theatre will present Tony-nominated actor and singer Euan Morton in concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15, at Pickard Theatre.
Morton, a native of Scotland, is best known for his Scottish wit and his roles on London’s West End and on Broadway. His starring role in the musical “Taboo” gained him nominations for both Lawrence Olivier and Tony awards.
He has released two solo albums, his most recent in May of this year. “Caledonia – The Homecoming” features 10 well-known Scottish folk tunes, including: “My Love’s Like a Red, Red Rose,” “Loch Lomand,” “Danny Boy” and “Auld Lang Syne.”
Morton, a tenor, will perform Broadway songs, pop hits and selections from his new album.
Tickets to Morton’s third concert at MSMT range from $17 to $30. For tickets, call 725-8769, visit the box office at the theater on the Bowdoin College campus, or visit www.msmt.org.