Varese Sarabande Holds "Lost in Boston" Benefit, Oct. 16-17, w/Canova & Krakowski

News   Varese Sarabande Holds "Lost in Boston" Benefit, Oct. 16-17, w/Canova & Krakowski What was "Lost in Boston" will be found in concert in Los Angeles, but only on Oct. 16 and 17. The Los Angeles City College Theatre Alumni and Associates, along with Varese Sarabande Records, are sponsoring three concerts to benefit the L.A. City College Theatre Academy. Musical theatre talents such as Diana Canova, Jane Krakowski (Grand Hotel) and Shaun Cassidy are expected to attend and sing lost selections from such musicals as West Side Story, Grand Hotel and Pippin.

What was "Lost in Boston" will be found in concert in Los Angeles, but only on Oct. 16 and 17. The Los Angeles City College Theatre Alumni and Associates, along with Varese Sarabande Records, are sponsoring three concerts to benefit the L.A. City College Theatre Academy. Musical theatre talents such as Diana Canova, Jane Krakowski (Grand Hotel) and Shaun Cassidy are expected to attend and sing lost selections from such musicals as West Side Story, Grand Hotel and Pippin. Varese Sarabande is responsible for the popular "Lost in Boston" series of recordings, in which tunes dropped before their respective shows reached Broadway are once more given voice. The benefit, directed by David Galligan, is expected to feature Jamie Anderson, Carole Cook, Alvin Ing, Jolly Fisher, Bill Hutton, Lindsay Ridgeway, and other surprise guests.

The evening's song list, subject to change, is as follows:
"An English Music Hall," Edwin Drood
"Flaemmchen," Grand Hotel
"Like Everyone Else," West Side Story
"Traveling Light," Guys & Dolls
"What Am I Doing Here?" Promises, Promises
"It Was Always You," Applause
"30 Weeks of Heaven," By the Beautiful Sea
"My Best Love," Flower Drum Song
"Waiting," The King & I
"Marking Time," Pippin
"He Doesn't Love Me," Fiorello
"Mama's Talking Soft," Gypsy
"Ten Percent," Chicago
"Tick Tock Goes the Clock," Promises, Promises

"Lost in Boston" will take place Oct. 16 at 8 PM and Oct. 17. at 2 and 8 PM, at the college's Camino Theatre, 855 N. Vermont Ave., L.A., CA. For information, call (213) 953-4528. Tickets ranges $50-$100, with a $20 student rush.

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