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(mostly)musicals Returns To Upstairs At Vitello's On Memorial Day With CLIMATE CHANGE

(mostly)musicals Returns To Upstairs At Vitello's On Memorial Day With CLIMATE CHANGE

(mostly)musicals returns on Monday, 5.28.18 at Upstairs at Vitello's with a night of songs about the weather that will blow you away!

Special guest music director Jake Anthony (LA premiere of THE VIEW UPSTAIRS) will heat up the room with torrents of talent featuring some of your favorite performers, including: Tony nominee Sharon McNight, Amanda Kruger (UMPO JURASSIC PARK), Ashley Ruth Jones (42ND STREET at PVPA), Cassandra Nuss (FIRST DATE at San Diego Music Theatre), David Crane (PRINCE OF EGYPT, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley), Dedrick Bonner (SPAMILTON), Jeffrey Polk (B'way: 5 GUYS NAMED MOE), John Devereaux (RENT national tour), Kelley Dorney (MTW's NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT), singer/songwriter Kristy Hanson, Matthew Valle (SKULLDUGGERY at Sacred Fools), and more! They'll perform songs from pop, jazz, and country... but (mostly)musicals! And if YOU want to STORM the stage, you'll have your chance at the open mic afterparty hosted by Emily Clark and Mark Jacobson! Come early to enjoy Vitello's great food and drinks - and, of course, there will be party favors!

Tickets are $20 and available at www.tinyurl.com/mmLA-WEATHER - check out Vitello's new floor plan! (There will be a $10 surcharge on tickets purchased on the day of the show.) Doors open at 6:30pm for dinner and drinks, showtime is 7:30pm with the open mic afterparty immediately following.

Vitello's Restaurant is located at 4349 Tujunga Avenue, Studio City, CA. Valet and street parking are available.

For more information, visit www.mostlymusicalsLA.com, or follow us on FB, YouTube, and twitter @ /mostlymusicals

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