Los Angeles' Gardenia Offers Myers, D'Ambrosio, Lessack and Green in April

News   Los Angeles' Gardenia Offers Myers, D'Ambrosio, Lessack and Green in April
LML Music, the L.A.-based record company dedicated to preserving the work of cabaret artists, will present a month of performances at the famed Gardenia Room under the direction of David Galligan.

From April 8-10, Lee Lessack, Brian Lane Green and John Boswell will offer Three Men and a Baby . . . Grand. The acclaimed concert program debuted at the Gardenia in 1998 and features solos, duets and trios with the three performers. On April 15, 16 and 17, original Company star Pamela Myers will present her cabaret evening at the Los Angeles nightspot. Myers' program will include tunes from her first solo album, "The Chance to Sing," as well as songs from her theatrical career. Myers' other Broadway credits include The Selling of the President and the revival of Into the Woods.

Tami Tappan Damiano, who has been seen on Broadway in Cyrano: The Musical and Miss Saigon, will take to the Gardenia stage April 22-24 with a show entitled Hot Notes. She will be followed by Franc D'Ambrosio's Broadway April 29-May 1. D'Ambrosio played the title role in the San Francisco production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera for six years. Having performed that role 2,600 times, he was given the title "The World's Longest Running Phantom" in 1998.

The Gardenia Room is located at 7066 Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles, CA. Show time for all concerts is 9 PM; call (323) 467-7444 for reservations.

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