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Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE

(mostly)musicals kicked off their 9th season with their annual Happy New Year show, featuring Gregory Nabours and a stellar lineup of talent from Broadway and LA.

On Tuesday, January 10th (mostly)musicals kicked off their 9th season with their annual Happy New Year show, featuring Gregory Nabours and a stellar lineup of talent from Broadway and LA. Their 44th edition took the stage in front of a full house at their NEW venue - the Knitting Factory NoHo (Upstairs at the Federal)! Scroll down for photos of the show and celebration!

The effervescent evening featured performances from: Broadway's Sharon McNight (Tony nominee: STARMITES), Jason Michael Snow (BOOK OF MORMON, tv: "Black Monday"), and Jeffrey Polk (FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE), along with LA favorites Amanda Kruger (A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at Greenway), Alli Miller (Cherry Poppins), Kelley Dorney (ANNIE at the Hollywood Bowl, upcoming THE SECRET GARDEN at CTG), Mark Jacobson (Hulu's "Welcome to Chippendales"), and Randy Guiaya (NEXT TO NORMAL at East West Players). Four NEW faces were also in the lineup: Boise Holmes (B'way: ONCE ON THIS ISLAND), Bianca Gisselle (glory|struck's AMERICAN IDIOT), Emily Goglia (Postmodern Jukebox, NBC's "The Sing Off"), and Sunita Param (BACK TO ME). And it wouldn't be (mostly)musicals without special guests in the open mic afterparty!

(mostly)musicals is a (mostly)bi-monthly themed cabaret series in LA, produced by Amy Francis Schott with music director Gregory Nabours since 2014. Join the email list at www.mostlymusicalsLA.com to always know about upcoming shows! And SAVE THE DATE: the next show will be Thursday, 3.23.23 at the Knitting Factory NoHo, tickets available soon!

Show Photo Credit: Justin Michael Wilcox and amy francis schott

Afterparty Photo Credit: Eric Cornwell

Guest Photo Credit: Justin Michael Wilcox

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Mark Jacobson (JMW)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Gregory Nabours & Sunita Param (afs)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Randy Guiaya (JMW)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Amanda Kruger (JMW)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Boise Holmes (JMW)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Gregory Nabours & Kelley Dorney (afs)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Bianca Gisselle (JMW)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Gregory Nabours & Alli Miller (afs)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Mark Jacobson & Kelley Dorney (afs)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Mark Jacobson & Kelley Dorney (JMW)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Gregory Nabours & Jeffrey Polk (afs)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Jeffrey Polk (JMW)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Gregory Nabours & Emily Goglia (afs)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Gregory Nabours (JMW)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Gregory Nabours (afs)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Sharon McNight (JMW)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Gregory Nabours & Sharon McNight (afs)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Jason Michael Snow (afs)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Gregory Nabours & Eran Scoggins (afs)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Eran Scoggins (JMW)

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
the mmLA 44 family: front: Kelley Dorney, Alli Miller, Mark Jacobson, amy francis schott back: Jeffrey Polk, Gregory Nabours, Bianca Gisselle, Emily Goglia, Sharon McNight, Jason Michael Snow, Amanda Kruger, Eran Scoggins, Randy Guiaya, Sunita Param, Boise Holmes

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Chaz Shepard performs in the afterparty

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Charlie Ferguson performs in the afterparty

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Samia Mounts performs in the afterparty

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Becca McGlynn performs in the afterparty

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Jaime Barcelon performs in the afterparty

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Seth Hampton performs in the afterparty

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Samia Mounts, EK Dagenfield, and amy francis schott

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Seth Hampton and Todd Sherry

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Sharon McNight and Carole Linn

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Laser Malena-Webber and Becca McGlynn

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Mark Jacobson and Victoria Fox

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Brian Graden and guest

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Mandy Kaplan-Klavens & Patrick Gomez

Photos: Go Inside (mostly)musicals' SONGS FOR A HAPPY NEW VENUE
Seth Hampton, Jeffrey Polk, Philip DeBolske, and guests

 

 



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