with Ron Roy, on piano
December 5 – 9, 2017
Singer Michael Ricca will present his musical one-man show Moving On, an evening of songs about letting go, making change and finding our way forward.
Featuring music from many styles and traditions, Moving On will explore the idea that movement and progress are not always visible to the naked eye, but are more often found in moments, that when you add them up, amount to change, growth and something new.
Joined by acclaimed accompanist, Ron Roy, Moving On looks at the many ways we navigate life’s transitions and includes an eclectic mix of songs – from Simon to Sondheim and many more.
Moving On is being presented with the generous support of a grant from the Bob Jolly Charitable Trust, which was established by the late Boston actor Bob Jolly to support local theater artists.
About the Artist
Michael Ricca has performed in jazz and cabaret rooms, theatres and venues throughout New England, Chicago and New York, most recently in several performances at the Metropolitan Room. He’s headlined at several New York area venues, including Arci’s Place and Danny’s Skylight Room. In 2014, he made his seventh sold out appearance at Scullers Jazz Club in the show, Still That Boy. For many years, he performed with the local jazz vocal group At the Movies. Their CD, Reel One, was released in 2003. The group received the IRNE award for best cabaret performance in 2004. Also an actor, Mr. Ricca is a founding member of Titanic Theatre Company.