Bohon and Maynard Stop By for Ross' Rejected Showgirl, Oct. 16 & 17
Tory Ross, who will hear Matthew Broderick's "Not you" in the upcoming film version of The Producers, will make her solo cabaret debut in Rejected Showgirl. The show will be presented on Sunday, October 16th at 8pm and Monday, October 17th at 10:30 pm at Dillon's (245 W 54th St., between Broadway and 8th).Written by Josh Drimmer and directed by Erin Ortman, the show will also feature appearances by Justin Bohon (All Shook Up, Oklahoma!) and Tyler Maynard (Altar Boyz, Mamma Mia!). "Join Tory as she says goodbye to the Rejected Showgirl with an evening of drinking, traveling, learning, loss and a sizeable slice of love while creeping towards 30," the show's press notes invite. Paul Kwak will provide accompaniment for Rejected Showgirl, while Brad Bauner serves as producer.A recent graduate of CCM and proud Equity member, Ross also played the Reject Showgirl (as well as nine others) in the national tour of The Producers. Her egional credits include Bat Boy (Human Race Theatre), Moby Dick the Musical (Seaside Music Theater), South Pacific, Bells Are Ringing, Brigadoon, Company (Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera). She will next appear in the Kennedy Center production of Mame. Tickets for Rejected Showgirl are available at the door for $15, and there is a $10 food/beverage min. To reserve tickets, please email email@example.com.
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