We are thrilled to bring these four entertainers to Walt Disney World for a unique evening of songs from their Broadway shows and musical endeavors. - Elliott Masie, host and curator of The Learning 2013 Concert
Saratoga Springs, NY (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
The worlds of Broadway Music and Corporate Education will meet in Orlando on November 5th when Adam Pascal (“Rent”, “Chicago”, “Memphis”), Eden Espinosa (“Wicked”, “Brooklyn”), Marcus Paul James (“In the Heights”, “Rent”) and Telly Leung (“Glee”, “Godspell” and “Allegiance”) are stars of The Learning 2013 Concert.
These Broadway stars, featured in major musicals including (“Rent”, “Wicked”, “In the Heights”, “Chicago” and “Allegiance”, will entertain and engage 1,600 corporate executives with songs that touch the world of learning in our lives. Learning 2013 is the global conference for senior learning leaders from organizations like Southwest Airlines, Google, Intel, Farmers Insurance, Emirates Airline, Walmart, CNN and other major employers.
Former Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton will be the featured keynote at Learning 2013. In addition, Actor George Takei will present a keynote on Storytelling and Digital Learning.
“We are thrilled to bring these four entertainers to Walt Disney World for a unique evening of songs from their Broadway shows and musical endeavors. Adam, Eden, Marcus and Telly have performed in many of the same shows and bring a wonderful diversity of musical styles to the stage,” said Elliott Masie, host and curator of the show.
This program is a unique collaboration for Telly Leung and Elliott Masie who share many experiences in and out of the world of theater. Telly is an actor in shows like Allegiance and Godspell, where Elliott is a producer/investor. His company Masie Productions is one of the producers for Telly’s new CD and movie, “Grind”. And, both are graduates (decades apart) from Stuyvesant High School, New York City’s science and math institution.
Learning 2013 will be held in Orlando, Florida from November 3 to 6, 2013.
Learning 2013 is produced by The Learning CONSORTIUM, a collaborative of 230 global corporations focused on improving workplace learning and training. Hosted and curated by Elliott Masie, Learning 2013 brings together several thousand learning professionals as they focus on the changing nature of workplace education and development. In previous years, keynote speakers have included General Colin Powell, President Bill Clinton, Apolo Ohno, Captain Sully Sullenberger and business authors Marshall Goldsmith, Ken Blanchard and Tom Peters.
Content and online registration at http://www.learning2013.com