Special Guest Stars Tim Curry and Jamie Donnelly will sing in AN EVENING OF CLASSIC BROADWAY at Rockwell
Tim Curry and Jamie Donnelly join the cast of An Evening of Classic Broadway at L.A.'s live music venue, Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Feliz, on Monday, March 20th at 8PM. The critically-acclaimed concert series from Fraser Entertainment Group showcases a new line-up with each show. Headlined by Master of Ceremonies/Music Director Brad Ellis, of Glee and Forbidden Broadway fame, and featuring cabaret artist DiAnne Fraser (Part Time Diva), broadwayworld.com calls the show, "... guaranteed fun, extra high on entertainment... Broadway standards both classic and contemporary, with a bevy of great singers on board."
Tim Curry rose to fame following his role as "Dr. Frank-N-Furter" in the London stage production of The Rocky Horror Show, a role he reprised on Broadway earning a Tony Award nomination and in the cult 1975 film. Tony Award-nominated, for the title role in Amadeus, his role as "Alan Swann" in My Favorite Year and his turn as "King Arthur" in Spamalot, Curry has continued to work in film and television and as a Voice Over artist.
Jamie Donnelly, best-known as (Pink Lady) "Jan" in the John Travolta/Olivia Newton-John film Grease, a role she also played on Broadway, originated the role of "Lulu" in Flora, the Red Menace while understudying Liza Minnelli, as well as the role of "Ethel Levy Cohan" in George M! and starred as "Magenta"/"Trixie" in both the London and Broadway productions of The Rocky Horror Show. Film credits include Black Mass; television credits include Ray Donovan.
Scheduled to join Curry and Donnelly in the Broadway Fest on March 20th are Eydie Alyson (Broadway/National tours: Les Miserables, 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), Will Collyer (Regional: Breaking Through, Parade, Snow Falling on Cedars, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Big: The Musical, numerous concert readings with Musical Theatre Guild; television credits include The Middle) Trevon Davis (Hallelujah, Baby! (Musical Theatre Guild), Devil You Know (Arena Theater), The 35th Dreamgirls Anniversary (Ford Amphitheater), The Book of Mormon (Broadway/National Tour), The Gershwins' Porgy & Bess (Broadway), Dreamgirls (Apollo Theater/National Tour) and Caitlin Gallogly("Kevin" in The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Home Alone and "Dani" in The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Hocus Pocus, both at Rockwell, The Queen's Physician (Lamb's Theatre NY opposite Richard Dreyfuss), Regional: Recorded in Hollywood (Kirk Douglas), Boxes, Mirror, Mirror, The Roar of the Greasepaint, The Smell of the Crowd, Redhead, The Women, The Belle of Belfast (Ensemble Studio Theatre - Ovation, LA Weekly Award nominations); television: South Park, Silicon Valley, The Mindy Project, Masters of Sex.)
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Rockwell Table and Stage is located at 1714 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles 90027. Doors open at 6:30 with the show beginning at 8PM. Tickets are $15, $20 or $25 each, plus a 2-item food/beverage minimum. Valet (behind the restaurant) and street parking available. 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, and patrons under the age of 21 are prohibited by law from sitting in certain areas of the venue. Subject to availability, tickets may also be available for purchase at the door.