"The After Party" Welcomes Catered Affair's Leslie Kritzer July 11 | Playbill

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News "The After Party" Welcomes Catered Affair's Leslie Kritzer July 11 "The After Party," billed as "an informal social gathering for the theatrically inclined," welcomes Broadway singer-actress Leslie Kritzer July 11.

Kritzer, who is currently starring in the new musical A Catered Affair, will be on hand to greet fans and perform a few songs. The evening will also feature performances by Cashino's Pepper Cole (Susan Mosher) and Johnny Niagra (John Boswell).

Hosted by Brandon Cutrell and Alysha Umphress, "The After Party" at the Laurie Beechman Theatre features Ray Fellman at the piano. Cabaret favorite Lisa Asher is also part of the "Party" mix, where amateurs and professionals are invited to take turns at the open mic. The "Party" begins at 10:30 PM and continues to 2 AM.

Leslie Kritzer currently plays Janey in A Catered Affair and previously played Serena in the original cast of Legally Blonde (Clarence Derwent Award, Most Promising Performer). She has also been seen on Broadway in Hairspray and Off-Broadway in The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Drama Desk nomination), Bat Boy and Godspell. Her other theatrical credits include the national tour of Urinetown and regional productions of Funny Girl and Grease. Kritzer also received a MAC Award for her much-extended Joe's Pub show, Leslie Kritzer Is Patti LuPone at Les Mouches.

Susan Mosher made her stage debut in the West Coast premiere of Godspell. She has been seen Off-Broadway in Suds and Back to Bacharach and David, and her screen credits include "Without a Trace," "Three Sisters," "Snoops," "Veronica's Closet," "The L Word," "A View From the Top," "The Wedding Planner" and "Lost Souls."

The Laurie Beechman Theatre is located within the West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42nd Street. There is no cover charge or minimum for "The After Party."

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