LA's Tiffany Theatre Hosts Women's History Benefit Dec. 28

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The two-stage Tiffany Theatre -- which has been dark since late spring 1997 -- has reopened with a new thrust stage and a new musical, The Lullaby of Broadway.

The two-stage Tiffany Theatre -- which has been dark since late spring 1997 -- has reopened with a new thrust stage and a new musical, The Lullaby of Broadway.

And on selected nights throughout the month of December, the theater has been getting into the Christmas spirit by hosting a series of benefits for various nonprofit organizations. The final one is planned for this weekend:

Dec. 28: Barbara Rush in Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey's A Woman of Independent Means, which benefits the National Museum of Women's History.

The first actual Tiffany production of the New Year will be Charles Ludlam's The Mystery Of Irma Vep, starring John Fleck and Tony Abatemarco. The show begins previews Jan.15, 1998 for a Jan. 23, 1998 opening. The program begins at 8 PM and tickets are $10 (call to confirm). The theatre is at 8532 Sunset Blvd. in W. Hollywood. For tickets, call (310) 289-2999.

-- By Rebecca Paller and David Lefkowitz

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