Porchlight By Request!
Request a favorite showtune and, in a "Command Performance," a favorite Porchlight artist will customize a performance by your request to inspire you, and perhaps all of Chicagoland, during this time!
Make a request below of the showtune you'd like performed and why it is special to you.
-Is it from the first musical you ever saw?
-Was it from a show you performed when you were in school?
-Is it a song that holds a special family memory for you?
-Whatever the reason it's a favorite
If your request is accepted, we'll reach out for a video of you requesting that song!
That's it! - we'll take it from there and deliver Porchlight by Request!
Might you be interested to participate? If so, what's your favorite show tune?
(Songs already chosen - so please choose something else)
Tonight - West Side Story
Hey There - The Pajama Game
If My Friends Could See Me Now - Sweet Charity
Mountain Greenery - The Garrick Gaieties
Love Is Here to Stay - The Goldwyn Follies
With So Little To Be Sure Of - Anyone Can Whistle
Man of La Mancha (I, Don Quixote) - Man of La Mancha
Where Is Love - Oliver
Journey To The Past - Anastasia
Rhode Island Is Famous For You - Inside U.S.A.
What I Did For Love - A Chorus Line
Tomorrow - Annie
Over The Rainbow - The Wizard of Oz
Mama, A Rainbow - Minnie's Boys
This Is Me - The Greatest Showman
Rosie - Bye Bye Birdie
Someone Like You - Jekyll and Hyde
I Could Have Danced All Night - My Fair Lady
September Song - Knickerbocker Holiday
Not My Father's Son - Kinky Boots
Quiet Uptown - Hamilton
Soon its Gonna Rain - The Fantasticks
It Takes Two - Into the Woods
Cock-Eyed Optimist - South Pacific
Being Alive - Company
Burn - Hamilton
Here's an example!
Michelle Lauto ("Sunset Boulevard," Porchlight Revisits "1776," "In The Heights") performs "If My Friends Could See Me Now," as requested by Elaine Cohen Rubin!
First and Last Name
What show is your song from?
Why is this song special to you?
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