Gotti joins Marnee Hollis, Jane Seaman and Deborah Jean Templin on April 9, at Theatre at St. Luke's in the Manhattan theatre district. The award-winning musical from Canada that tells the story of four 50-something women putting together a show for their 35th high school reunion has a book by JJ McColl and score by McColl and Rueben Gurr.
Victoria Gotti "is a life-long New Yorker," according to her bio. "Now the mother of three boys, Victoria's life has led her to several active careers —- acting, singing and dancing off-Broadway being the latest."
She is the author of five novels, "The Senator's Daughter," "I'll Be Watching You," "Superstar," "The Loyal Song" and "The Fifth Avenue Club."
She is currently Editor-at-Large for Star Magazine. Prior to that, she was a featured columnist for the New York Post.
The Off-Broadway premiere opened Feb. 15, at the Theater at St. Luke’s, 308 West 46th Street. For tickets, which are $55 for all performances, you call (212) 352-3101 or toll free at (866) 811-4111, or visit www.werestillhot.com.