The Actors Fund Will Celebrate the History of Cabaret in LA Concert Series

News   The Actors Fund Will Celebrate the History of Cabaret in LA Concert Series
 
The Actors Fund and Fraser Entertainment Group have announced Cabaret Is Alive and Well and Living in Los Angeles – conceived by director David Galligan as a celebration of the musical Cabaret via a series of four concerts over four evenings at four Los Angeles venues Oct. 24-27.

Proceeds from the shows will benefit The Actors Fund.

The show listing follows:

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Come to the Cabaret at Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood
Oct 24 at 8:30 PM
Musical Direction by Tom Griep
Hosted by Sally Struthers

Featuring Nate Light on bass and Denise Fraser on drums. Performers will include Obba Babatundé, George Ball, Michele Brourman, Loretta Devine, Davis Gaines, Julie Garnyé, Damon Kirsche, Amanda McBroom, Sharon McNight, Lisa Passero, Valerie Perri and Christina Saffran.

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A Cabaret Celebration at Tom Rolla's Gardenia in West Hollywood
Oct. 25 at 9 PM
Musical Direction and Hosting by Brad Ellis

Performers will include Mary Jo Catlett, Carole Cook, Nancy Dussault, Ilene Graff & Ben Lanzarone, Jane A. Johnston, Karen Morrow, Lisa Passero and Joanne Worley.

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Perfect Hermany at Rockwell Table & Stage in Los Feliz
Oct. 26 at 7 PM
Musical Direction by John Boswell

The evening will feature the songs of Jerry Herman starring Jason Graae.

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Classic Broadway Sings Schwartz at Upstairs at Vitello's in Studio City
Oct. 27 at 8 PM
Musical Direction by Mitch Kaplan
Hosted by Carolyn Hennesy

Featuring Nate Light on bass and Denise Fraser on drums.

Performers will include Louise Marie Cornillez, Barbara Deutsch, Tal Fox, Dianne Fraser, Julie Garnyé, Juliana Hansen, Dennis Kyle, Kelly Lester, Jon Maher, James C. Mulligan and Joanne O'Brien.

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Ticket prices for Cabaret Is Alive and Well and Living in Los Angeles will start at $30 each for the three show package; the evening at the Gardenia is sold out.

Single tickets begin at $50.

To purchase and for more information click here.

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