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Gary Imhoff

 
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Stage Credits

  [Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 1996
Performer [Replacement]
  [Regional (US)]
World Premiere, 1993
Performer

 

Stage

Performances
  [Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 1996
Performer [Replacement]

  [Regional (US)]
World Premiere, 1993
Performer






Gary Imhoff News

BWW Spotlight Series: Meet Kathleen Rubin Whose Musical Theatre Background Led Her to Photo BWW Spotlight Series: Meet Kathleen Rubin Whose Musical Theatre Background Led Her to The Angel City Chorale and Directing on L.A. Stages
by Shari Barrett - May 23, 2020

With the current theatre world on hiatus, I have created a Spotlight Series on Broadway World which features interviews with some of the many talented artists who make our Los Angeles theatre community so exciting and vibrant thanks to their ongoing contribution to keeping the Arts alive in the City of the Angels. And just like all of us, I wondered how they are dealing with the abrupt end of productions in which they were involved. This Spotlight focuses on Kathleen Rubin whose musical theatre background led her to The Angel City Chorale and directing on Los Angeles stages.

Hillary Rollins Presents MaryJo Mundy In The 3rd Installment Of THE RIGHT TO CABARET Photo Hillary Rollins Presents MaryJo Mundy In The 3rd Installment Of THE RIGHT TO CABARET
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 7, 2020

MaryJo Mundy, the highly acclaimed and beloved cabaret singer and founder of the longest running open mic at the famed Gardenia, hosts the 3rd night of what celebrates and fosters musical theatre/cabaret performers, while also showcasing her own remarkable talent.

BWW Interview: Songwriter and Performer Harriet Schock Talks About Her Active Career Photo BWW Interview: Songwriter and Performer Harriet Schock Talks About Her Active Career
by Don Grigware - Oct 11, 2019

Singer/actress/songwriter/author/teacher Harriet Schock has had an incredible career in composing for TV and film. She still performs in live concerts around the globe, gives master classes in songwriting and is lauded for her great skill and humanity in writing songs that resonate with the human spirit. 'Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady' and 'First Time on a Ferris Wheel' are but two of her magnificent hit pop songs. In our conversation she really digs deep to help us understand and feel the songwriting process.

Cast Announced for Los Angeles Actors Fund Benefit Concert Weekend
by BWW News Desk - Oct 14, 2016

The third annual CABARET IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN LOS ANGELES, Benefit Concert series for The Actors Fund conceived by David Galligan and presented by Fraser Entertainment Group, takes place Oct. 14th-16th with two nights at Tom Rolla's Gardenia, plus Sunday evening at the Catalina Jazz Club.

Cast Announced for Los Angeles Actors Fund Benefit Concert Weekend
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 29, 2016

The third annual CABARET IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN LOS ANGELES, Benefit Concert series for The Actors Fund conceived by David Galligan and presented by Fraser Entertainment Group, takes place Oct. 14th-16th with two nights at Tom Rolla's Gardenia, plus Sunday evening at the Catalina Jazz Club.

DON GRIGWARE Picks The BEST PRODUCTIONS AND PERFORMANCES in LOS ANGELES THEATRE for 2015
by Don Grigware - Dec 28, 2015

There are undoubtedly other productions worthy of merit in 2015 which I did not cover. This list is based only on what I saw and reviewed. (alphabetical listings; Equity, Equity-waiver & Non-Equity productions are mixed) (artists performing outside LA may be included in performance categories) No set, costume, or technical awards. I leave that to the bigger awards and to the expertise of those who really know those fields inside out.

BWW Interviews: TANNA FREDERICK on Train to Zakopane
by Don Grigware - Jan 22, 2015

Versatile actress Tanna Frederick, who played the quintessential Lizzie in The Rainmaker a couple of seasons back, is now performing in another Henry Jaglom production, his world premiere play The Train to Zakopane again at Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica. In our chat she talks about the challenges of playing Katia and other projects for stage and film.

BWW Reviews: Train to Zakopane: An Uncomfortable Ride to Destination Hate
by Gil Kaan - Nov 23, 2014

As a loving homage to his father, Henry Jaglom wrote Train to Zakopane based on the tales his father told him of his times in Poland during the 1920s.

BWW Interview: Henry Jaglom and Tanna Frederick on Presenting TRAIN TO ZAKOPANE at the Edgemar Center, Opening 11/14
by Shari Barrett - Oct 30, 2014

TRAIN TO ZAKOPANE: A true story of hate and love, by Henry Jaglom, will have its World Premiere at the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica beginning November 14. The play is based upon true events that occurred in the life of Henry Jaglom's father as he crossed Poland on a train in 1928 when anti-Semitism was rife in much of Europe, especially Poland. It is a compelling love story that explores the human condition in its darkest and most exquisite moments, laying bare how compassion and intolerance can, even in the most unusual of circumstances, be one and the same.

Tanna Frederick Leads SYLVIA At Edgemar Center for the Arts 5/20-7/10
by BWW News Desk - Jul 9, 2011

Earlier this year, Tanna Frederick was a huge hit with audiences and critics in the enormously popular comedy "Sylvia," when it was presented at Sierra Madre Playhouse.