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Broadway at The Lake House

From Broadway to Canandaigua, join John Riddle (Phantom of the Opera, Frozen) and Carrie St. Louis (Titanique, Kinky Boots, Wicked) for an intimate evening of music as they perform Tony award winning hits from musicals, ranging from West Side Story to WICKED in the Event Barn at The Lake House. They are joined by Music Director Dan Micciche, conductor of the hit Broadway musical Wicked.

Join us for an evening with Broadway stars for a private performance of musical hits, set against the backdrop of stunning views of Canandaigua Lake. Featuring the Wicked soundtrack and more, the event is a unique opportunity for people to get up-close-and-personal with some of Broadway’s biggest stars, while enjoying The Lake House’s pristine and naturally immersive surroundings. Enhance your evening with craft cocktails, and dining from award winning Rose Tavern.

Event Details:

Date: Saturday, April 13th.

Location: Event Barn at The Lake House

Time: Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Show starts at 7:00 p.m.


General Admission | SOLD OUT

VIP Tickets | SOLD OUT

Meet & Mingle with the Stars | SOLD OUT


If you purchase The Broadway at The Lake House hotel package, you do not need to purchase separate tickets to the show.

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Broadway at The Lake House Package


Indulge in an unforgettable Broadway experience with our exclusive “Broadway at The Lake House Package.” Immerse yourself in the magic of live theater with two premium tickets to the show. Elevate your evening as you enjoy a special meet-and-greet with the cast, creating lasting memories. After the curtain falls, retreat to the comfort of our luxurious accommodations for a restful overnight stay, making your theater getaway truly extraordinary.

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Meet The Stars

Dan Micciche

Dan Micciche is the current music director/ conductor of WICKED on Broadway and has been with the show for over 7 years, including the national/ international tours.


For the first 6 years of living in NYC he started out as an actor and played Mary Sunshine in CHICAGO for 2000 performances on Broadway as well as the national tour/ Japanese/ Thailand companies.


TV/ Film: WICKED (universal), The Tonight Show – with Jimmy Falon, 2021 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Good Morning America. Soloist at Carnegie Hall/ The Kennedy Center: Bernstein’s MASS.


Recordings: Bernstein’s MASS (Grammy nom 08’) 54 Below shows: Amanda Jane Cooper/ Patrick Page to name a few as well as playing The Appel Room at Lincoln Center.


Workshops: Stu for Silverton. He has taught masterclasses/ workshops at major universities including: University of Michigan, The Boston Conservatory of Music, Berklee School of Music, NYU, Pace, Notre Dame, Eastman School of Music as well as schools in Peru, Mexico and Switzerland.


In addition to his work on Broadway he is the owner of his coaching company for actors and conductors as well as a co owner of IMTA (International Music Theatre Academy). Education: The Boston Conservatory of Music ‘07. @danmicciche

John Riddle

John Riddle recently played the final performance as Raoul in the historic 35 year run of The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. He originated the roles of Hans in Disney’s Frozen and Young Anton in The Visit on Broadway opposite Broadway legend, Chita Rivera.


He also created the role of Cal Hockley (Lortel nom.) in the Off Broadway hit Titanique. His other credits include Evita (1st National Tour), Kennedy Center, Long Wharf Theatre, Muny, PCLO, Casa Mañana, and Goodspeed Opera House. Other New York credits include The Secret Garden in Concert (Lincoln Center) and Cinderella’s Prince in Into the Woods (Town Hall). He has also been a featured soloist with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and The Naples Opera. John can be heard on the original Broadway cast recordings of Frozen and The Visit as well as John Kander’s Hidden Treasures.


He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of MUSIC. @thejohnriddle

Carrie St. Louis

Carrie was last seen in the Off Broadway hit, Titanique, as Rose Dewitt-Bukater. Previously, she was the final Lauren on Broadway in the Tony winning musical, Kinky Boots.


She is best known for her portrayal of Glinda in Wicked on Broadway and in the national touring company. Carrie opened the Las Vegas company of Rock of Ages at the Venetian Hotel as Sherrie and then went on to play the role on Broadway at The Helen Hayes Theater.


She originated the role of Annette in Cruel Intentions: The ‘90s Musical Off Broadway, and her voice can be heard on the Original Cast Recording which topped the Billboard Broadway chart. Her television credits include roles on “The Good Fight” (Paramount+), “Elementary” (CBS), “Blindspot” (NBC) and “Younger” (TV Land). Her solo show, Something Good, which she debuted at Feinstein’s/54 Below, has been performed in cities across the US.


A graduate of USC’s Thornton School of Music, Carrie is also an esteemed vocal coach with a private vocal studio in New York City. Website:  Instagram: @carriestlouis


Is there an age requirement?

No! We welcome all ages to attend this event. Proper identification will be needed for those wishing to purchase alcoholic beverages from the bar.

Is there a dress code?

There is no formal dress code although we’d love to see everyone in cocktail attire. Let’s turn The Lake House into a Broadway theatre!

Is seating assigned?

All tickets are general admission (unless you purchase the VIP experience). Seating will be first come, first serve.

What type of Broadway Shows will be featured?

You’ll hear hits from shows like Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, West Side Story, Funny Girl and more!

Does my ticket include any food and beverage?

Each ticket includes light hors d’oeuvres prior to the show. There will be a cash bar open in the event barn.


Should I make a dinner reservation before or after?

We highly suggest making reservations at Sand Bar before or after the show and at Rose Tavern after the show.