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LA City College Theatre Academy Presents LOST AND UNSUNG

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The Los Angeles City College Theatre Academy presents LOST AND UNSUNG- An Evening of Cut Songs from Great Musicals and Great Songs from Flops.

Starring:
Alet Taylor (Ovation nominee for Having It All; The Producers, The Brain from Planet X)
Damon Kirsche (Ovation nominee, La Mirada, My Fair Lady; The Fantastics)
Melody Hollis (Broadway: Irving Berlin's White Christmas)
Will Collyer (Parade at Mark Taper Forum; Big, The Musical, West Coast Ensemble)

With:
Brett McMahon and Harrison Meloeny
Tara Collins, Sarah Fontenot, Julia Rose, Alexis Williams

Special Opening Night Guest:
Richard M. Sherman
of The Sherman Brothers, who wrote the songs for Walt Disney's Mary Poppins, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Happiest Millionaire, Charlotte's Web and such iconic songs as "You're Sixteen, You're Beautiful, and You're Mine" and the classic Disneyland "It's A Small World."

Directed and narrated by Bruce Kimmel
Music direction: José Simbulan

The Caminito Theatre
Los Angeles City College
855 North Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90029
The closest entrance to the Caminito Theatre is from the 800 block of Heliotrope, which is two blocks west, and runs parallel to, Vermont. Free parking available in Faculty Parking Lot on that block of Heliotrope.

Based on the series of albums, Lost In Boston and Unsung Musicals, produced by Bruce Kimmel, the show features the songs you never heard from such classic musicals as Chicago, Sweet Charity, Company, Annie Get Your Gun, Gypsy and many others, along with unsung gems from such legendary flops as Smile, We Take The Town, Drat! The Cat!, Sherry!, and more.

Show dates and times:
November 30 - Special Opening Night performance 7:15 pm
December 1 - Two shows: 3:00 pm and 7:15 pm
December 2 - 8:00 pm
December 3 - Two shows: 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm

Reservations online: http://lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/theatreacademy/
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Reservations by telephone: (323) 953-4000, ext. 2990


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