Published On: Fri, Apr 6th, 2018

Rome Saladino Salutes Michael Bublé in Feelin’ Good at The Boca Black Box Center for the Arts

Multi-talented singer/dancer/actor/choreographer Rome Saladino will celebrate the stylings of Grammy and Juno Award-winner Michael Bublé when he brings his newest production Feelin’ Good – A Tribute to Michael Bublé to the Boca Black Box Center for the Arts on April 20th at 8 pm.

Saladino will sing the songs that made the popular singer-songwriter a world-renowned phenomenon. He will be accompanied by a seven-piece band, several talented dancers, and special guest star Sarah Amanguel.

Inspired by Bublé’s Jazzy Big Band style, Saladino will perform the hits that put the Canadian superstar on the charts –“Haven’t Met You Yet”, “Everything”, and “Home”, and will channel ‘Frank, Dean, Ray, and Ella’ with classics such as “Feeling Good”, “Come Fly With Me”, “Cry Me a River”, and “Sway. The evening will also include covers of The Beatles, The Eagles, Otis Redding, and Queen. “It will,” says Saladino, “be an evening of some of the greatest music ever written, with the coolest new arrangements!”

Rome Saladino was born and raised in Miami, Florida. His extensive theatrical career – he has a bachelor’s degree in theatre from Florida Atlantic University – has included such roles as Curly in Oklahoma, John the Baptist in Godspell, Caleb in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, and Charles Dalrymple in Brigadoon. He has also appeared in Annie, A Chorus Line, Camelot, Fiddler on the Roof, and West Side Story, and he was one of the leads in Encore! The American Theatre in Tokyo Disney, Japan. During his ballet career he performed with the Sacramento Ballet, Icelandic Ballet, and American Ballet Theatre. Rome appeared on the Discovery Channel during Shark Week playing the role of Ian in an Australian shark attack reenactment, and in the film, “Catch Me If You Can”, where he played an FBI Agent next to Tom Hanks. He recently self-produced, directed and starred in Singin’ and Dancin’ in the Rain, a song and dance revue honoring the career highlights of Hollywood legend Gene Kelly, and Gotta Dance, a celebration of the Great American Songbook and the Hollywood movie musical.

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Sarah Amengual began performing at age 5. After she was bitten by the theatrical bug, she began performing professionally in theatre, film, voice over, and commercials. She received her BFA from the University of Miami, and moved directly from university to New York City, where she took over the role of Maria in the Broadway production of West Side Story. She has worked alongside such legends as Meryl Streep, James Earl Jones, Annette Benning, Alec Baldwin, and Brian Dennehy.

Tickets for Feelin’ Good – A Tribute to Michael Bublé are $40 (VIP) or $30, and are on sale now They can be purchased by phone at 561-483+9036 or on line at bocablackbox.com/detail.php?id=1181#detailsection. The Boca Black Box Center for the Arts is located at 8221 Glades Road (#10), in Boca Raton (33434)

Feelin’ Good – A Tribute to Michael Bublé

Created, directed, and choreographed by Rome Saladino

April 20, 2018 at 8 pm
Tickets: $30 and $40 (VIP)
For tickets: 561-483-9036 or https://www.bocablackbox.com/
Boca Black Box Center for the Arts

8221 Glades Road, #10
Boca Raton, FL 33434

https://www.bocablackbox.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bocablackbox/?ref=br_rs

About the Author

- Bryanna Basilio is a staff writer, reporter, and social media strategist for the Boca Raton Tribune. She attends Palm Beach State College majoring in Journalism.

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