By Carey Purcell
12 Sep 2013
Bradbury, who created the role of Dainty June in the original Broadway production of Gypsy, will take audiences on a tour of her career as she journeys from making her debut in Atlanta to making her Broadway debut in New York.
Songs include "Gee, But It's Good to Be Here," "Corner of the Sky" and "Another Hundred People," as well as four songs from Gypsy: "Broadway," "Everything's Coming Up Roses," "If Momma Was Married" and "Let Me Entertain You."
Directed by Elkin Antoniou, Let Me Entertain You, Again! is written by Doug DeVita and Elkin Antoniou, with additional material by Bradbury and musical direction by Jan Roper.
Bradbury's stage credits include J.B., Gypsy, The Night of the Iguana and Marathon '33. Her film credits include "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore," "Hawaii," "The Barony" and "Consenting Adults," and her TV work includes "In the Heat of the Night," "Kung Fu," "The Rockford Files," "The Partridge Family," "The Waltons" and "The Mod Squad."
Bradbury is the artistic director of Valkyrie Theatre of Dance, Drama and Film, an organization that brings the arts to inner city and at-risk children and teens in the Los Angeles area.
Let Me Entertain You, Again! is presented as part of Abingdon's Sunday Series.
For tickets or more information, call 866-811-4111 or visit abingdontheatre.org.