An Evening of Classic Broadway

| June 8, 2016

An Evening of Classic Broadway

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June 13 at 8:00 pm

Rockwell Table and Stage
1714 N. Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles, CA

Host/Music Director Brad Ellis and Producer/Singer Dianne Fraser assemble a new cast for each show. Scheduled to appear on June 13th are Eydie Alyson (Broadway/National tours: Les Misérables, Little Shop of Horrors, Regional: Suds, Bingo, Seussical, Once in a Lifetime, Beehive, Nunsense, Lost in Yonkers, Seesaw, My Favorite Year, Do Re Mi, Forbidden Broadway, First Lady Suite), Jennifer Bennett (concert soloist with the Boston Pops, New Hampshire Dance Institute, and Great Waters Music Festival, National Tour of Cats, The Marvelous Wonderettes, Regional: Scary Musical the Musical, The Golden Apple, The Light in the Piazza, The Full Monty), Will Collyer (Regional: Breaking ThroughParadeSnow Falling on CedarsBloody Bloody Andrew JacksonBig: The Musical, numerous concert readings with Musical Theatre Guild), Jean Louisa Kelly (Broadway Into the Woods, long-running sitcom Yes, Dear, films Uncle Buck, Mr. Holland’s Opus, The Fantasticks), Kelly Lester (currently receiving rave reviews for her portrayal of Peter Allen’s mother in the west coast premiere of The Boy from Oz at Celebration Theatre. Other LA theater credits: Ionescopade, Spring Awakening, The Adding Machine – A Musical), Scotch Ellis Loring (singer, actor, producer, director whose first professional television gig was as “Tootie’s suitor” on The Facts of Life. He has recorded two CDs and can be heard singing the ballad “Lost Til I Found You”, which he wrote, playing over the closing credits of the feature film Firehouse Dog. His web series Faux Show can currently be seen on YouTube), Kevin McMahon (National Tour Wicked, Regional: Sweeney ToddA Little Night Music, The Full Monty (Ovation nom), Forever Plaid, Plaid Tidings, The Roar of the Greasepaint, The Smell of the Crowd, Sweet Charity, Children of Eden, Crazy for You, Me and My Girl), Jeffrey Scott Parsons (Southern California productions of West Side Story, White Christmas, Cabaret, Anything Goes, 42nd Street, as well as premieres of I Only Have Eyes for You, Rent, and Glory Days. As a proud “Plaid,” he’s performed in numerous productions and tours of Forever Plaid and Plaid Tidings) and Jennifer Shelton (1st National Company of Ragtime, Regional: The All Night Strut, Jacques Brel…, Let’s Misbehave, Master Class, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Songs for a New World, Fanny, One Touch of Venus, Kiss of the Spider Woman, It’s a Bird … Superman!, Do Re Mi, Man of La Mancha, Into the Woods, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast).

Here’s what BroadwayWorld.com’s Don Grigware says: “It’s guaranteed fun, extra high on entertainment, and it incorporates Broadway standards both classic and contemporary, with a bevy of great singers on board. If that isn’t enough, the structure is laid back and spontaneous, allowing one to sit back, relax and just savor the sounds.” Check out the review here:

http://www.broadwayworld.com/los-angeles/article/BWW-Review-AN-EVENING-OF-CLASSIC-BROADWAY-Returns-Triumphantly-to-Rockwell-20160414#

Entertainment begins at 8PM; doors open at 6:30PM. $15, $20, $25 cover + 2-item food/beverage minimum. Valet and street parking available. Advance reservations strongly suggested. Tickets and more information: http://tickets.rockwell-la.com/event/e73040e9fe55f0d2d3b18ac9fb2daf1c

Rockwell Table and Stage is located at 1714 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles 90027. Seating is fixed. Patrons will be assigned a seat but can adjust when purchasing online. It’s an intimate venue with close seating quarters which tries to accommodate as many patrons as possible, so be prepared to make new friends. Please note that it may not be possible to change or combine parties once you’ve chosen your seats and purchased your tickets. While performances at Rockwell Table and Stage are not restricted to 21+, many shows include mature content. Subject to availability, tickets may also be available for purchase at the door.

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