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News Goodwin, Steele, Johnson and Thomas Set for June 25 Curtain Call A special Gay Pride edition of Scott Nevins' Curtain Call series will be presented June 25 at Splash Bar.

A Chorus Line's Deidre Goodwin, Hairspray's Shayna Steele, Legally Blonde's Natalie Joy Johnson and Xanadu's Marty Thomas will perform a full set of Broadway tunes following the weekly "Musical Mondays" video presentations of Broadway performances. The Goodwin-Steele-Johnson-Thomas concert is scheduled for 11:30 PM.

Deidre Goodwin, who plays Sheila in the revival of A Chorus Line, has also appeared on Broadway in Chita Rivera: A Dancer's Life, Chicago, Nine, Never Gonna Dance, The Rocky Horror Show, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Boys From Syracuse and the City Center Encores! presentation of The Pajama Game. Her film credits include "Chicago," "Half Nelson" and "Across the Universe."

Shayna Steele has performed on Broadway in Hairspray, Jesus Christ Superstar and Rent. A member of the Broadway Inspirational Voices, Steele was also seen in the Arena Stage's production of Constant Star.

Natalie Joy Johnson, now on Broadway in Legally Blonde, was seen in How to Save the World and Find True Love in 90 Minutes and Bare: A Pop Opera. She starred in the 2001 national tour of Godspell as well as the New York Fringe Festival production of Slut, the Actors' Fund benefit concert of Chess and the Pippin benefit concert. Johnson also appeared in the workshop of the play Joy.

Marty Thomas, who is part of the cast of the new Broadway musical Xanadu, has also appeared on Broadway in The Secret Garden and Wicked. He is a Grammy-nominated recording artist who was named the 1992 Junior Vocalist champion on the original "Star Search" series. His self-titled solo CD is now available. Visit for more information. Splash Bar is located in Manhattan at 50 West 17th Street. Admission is free until 10 PM; there is a $5 charge after that time. Attendees must be 21 or older with identification.

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