Dvorsky will be joining the cast of Signature's production of the new musical Ace, which opens at Signature on Aug. 26.
Gartshore joins Eleasha Gamble, Jobari Parker-Namdar, and Kimberly Sherbach in performing "a collection of terrific tunes from some of history's forgotten mid-century musicals."
"Even though shows like High Button Shoes, Cabin in the Sky, Jamaica, Mexican Hayride, One Touch of Venus and St. Louis Woman have long since disappeared from the stage, they render up some amazing musical treasures for this memorable cabaret directed by Michael Baron," according to Signature.
Lost Songs performances are Sept. 3-4 at 8:30 PM, with two shows a day on Sept. 5-6, at 7:30 PM nd 9:30 PM. The setting is Signature's 110-seat ARK Theatre, "transformed into a dramatic nightclub complete with intimate table seating."
Tickets for all shows are $30 and are available by calling Ticketmaster at (703) 573-7328, visiting www.signature-theatre.org, or at the Signature Theatre Box Office.
Under the leadership of co-founder and artistic director Eric Schaeffer and managing director Maggie Boland, Signature is a non-profit professional theatre company dedicated to producing contemporary musicals and plays, reinventing classic musicals, and developing new work. To date, Signature has presented over 25 world premiere productions and is renowned for combining Broadway-quality productions with intimate playing spaces. Signature has been nominated for 234 Helen Hayes Awards for excellence in the DC-area professional theatre and has been honored with 59 Helen Hayes Awards, including Outstanding Musical in 1992, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2005, and 2006, and Outstanding Play in 1999.
Signature Theatre is 12 minutes from downtown Washington, DC in Arlington's Shirlington Village. The new theatre complex is located at 4200 Campbell Avenue (22206) off I-395 at the Shirlington exit.