Marcovicci, Lovett, Blackhurst and More to Be Part of Moon About Town Benefit

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21 Jun 2007

Moon About Town is the title of the upcoming gala benefit for the 42nd Street Moon theatre company.



The June 25 concert, which will be presented at San Francisco's Alcazar Theater, will boast the talents of Andrea Marcovicci, Judy Butterfield, Marcus Lovett, Debbie de Coudreaux and Klea Blackhurst as well as Maureen McVerry, Darlene Popovic, Kelly Houston, Caroline Altman, Amy Louise Cole, David Curley, Bill Fahrner, Nina Josephs, Rudy Guerrero, Anil Margsahayam, Tom Orr and Kalon Thibodeaux.

The concert's first act will feature songs from past 42nd Street Moon productions, including Something for the Boys, Jubilee, Goodtime Charley, Finian's Rainbow, Minnie's Boys, Silk Stockings, Girl Crazy, Very Warm for May, DuBarry Was a Lady, Face the Music, Call Me Madam, Louisiana Purchase and Oh Captain. The second half of the evening will feature songs from "the shows missed" as well as a sneak preview of the company's 2007-2008 season.

The gala event will begin at 5:30 PM with hors d'oeuvres and a silent auction followed by the 7 PM concert.

The upcoming 42nd Street Moon season will include a production of Coco starring the aforementioned Andrea Marcovicci.

The Alcazar is located at 650 Geary Street, three blocks west of Union Square. Tickets, priced $85 ($60 tax deductible), are available by calling (415) 255-8207.

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Greg MacKellan and Stephanie Rhoads are the artistic directors of 42nd Street Moon.