Larry Blum, an Alumnus of A Chorus Line, Will Debut One-Man Show in L.A.

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Blink & You Might Miss Me, an autobiographical show written and performed by actor-dancer Larry Blum, will get its world premiere Jan. 6-Feb. 6, 2011, at the Asylum Lab in Hollywood, CA.

Stan Zimmerman directs the comic look back at Larry Blum's personal journey in show business. The performer will share stories, rare clips and photos from his long and varied career, "illustrating the unique opportunity he has had to experience celebrity up close and personal."

According to production notes, "Whether dancing in A Chorus Line onstage, in the feature film cult-classic 'Xanadu' or on TV's 'Solid Gold,' or acting on every major daytime drama, Larry's love of the business is apparent. He also enjoys the honor of escorting the glamorous women of Hollywood as they ascend the stairs to the stage to accept various awards. Though his name may not be a household word, Blink & You Might Miss Me is his moment to take center stage."

Blum began his career dancing in productions of I Married An Angel starring Phyllis Newman, Bye Bye Birdie starring Lucie Arnaz and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying starring Van Johnson. After playing the role of Greg in the international production of A Chorus Line, he settled in Los Angeles.

The Asylum Lab is located at 1078 Lillian Way (one block west of Vine, just off Santa Monica Boulevard), in Hollywood.

Tickets are $20 and may be purchased by visiting or by calling (323) 960-7612.

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