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News Bush Is Bad Makes West Coast Premiere March 30 Bush Is Bad, the much-extended revue that played Off-Broadway's Triad Theatre, makes its West Coast premiere March 30 at the NoHo Arts Center in North Hollywood, CA.

Presented by the theatre company Open at the Top, Joshua Rosenblum's revue will officially open April 6. The limited eight-week run will play through May 20.

The cast comprises Roger Ainslie, Stefanie Black, Melanie Ewbank, Sabrina Miller, Gerry Mullins, Mai Thompson-Heath, Michael Craig Shapiro and Jonathan Zenz. Jay Willick directs with musical direction by Michael Lavine.

Rosenblum, who composed new songs for this engagement, said in a recent statement, "I hate to kick a man when he's down, but given the insatiable demand for Bush-bashing on the West Coast, I really have no choice."

Bush Is Bad plays Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM and Sundays at 3 PM. Tickets, priced $20-$35, are available by calling (818) 508-7101 or by visiting www.thenohoartscenter.com. The NoHo Arts Center is located at 11136 Magnolia Blvd. in North Hollywood.

* Bush Is Bad is available on CD from Original Cast Records and features the talents of Kate Baldwin, Neal Mayer and Michael McCoy, with Rosenblum at the piano. There are also plans to produce the show in Minneapolis as well as one-night concert performances in Columbia, SC; Miami, FL; and Albany, NY. For more information visit www.bushisbadthemusical.com.

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