Jul 29, 2015

Aug. 10: An Evening of Classic Broadway at Rockwell Table and Stage

Rockwell Table and Stage 
and Fraser Entertainment Group present
Sensational Singers! Sensational Show Tunes!
Monday, August 10 at 8 PM
Rockwell Table & Stage
1714 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, California 90027
$10, $15, $20 cover + 2-item food/beverage minimum. 
Valet and street parking. Doors open at 6:30 for the 8PM show.
Box Office: 818.769.0905

The critically-acclaimed An Evening of Classic Broadway presents its 9th show on Monday, August 10th at Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Feliz. Joining Brad Ellis and Dianne Fraser is an outrageously talented line-up, including Jahmaul Bakare, Nicci Claspell, Elizabeth Hayden, Damon Kirsche, Barbara Minkus, Kevin Odekirk and Valerie Perri

If you love Broadway show tunes, you will relish Fraser Entertainment Group’s dazzling evening of songs from landmark musicals. You’ll get goose-bumped and teary-eyed hearing dynamic renditions of your favorite numbers from classic shows, as well as classics from smaller/lesser-known Broadway musicals - always peppered with fun and laughs! Acclaimed musical director Brad Ellis (from the hit television series GLEE, FORBIDDEN BROADWAY, etc.) leads a cast of superb singers.

When the perfect singer/perfect song/perfect rendition occurred, you wouldn’t want to be anywhere else on the planet. At the top spot was a mustachioed Damon Kirsche, who decided to go all debonair with Cole Porter’s rarely performed “The Tale of the Oyster.” This witty and chic 1929 sendup of high society is from Fifty Million Frenchmen, which also produced “You Do Something to Me.” Speaking of High Society, Kirsche later teamed with Ellis for “Well, Did You Evah!”—a scandalous regaling of gossipy upper-classers that was made popular by Bing and Frank in the 1956 movie, but was actually introduced by Betty Grable in the 1939 Porter musical DuBarry Was a Lady. 
Funny and relaxed, the captivating Kirsche needs his own evening.”
- Tony Frankel, stageandcinema.com

Damon Kirschea dashing leading man with an outstanding voice...” 
- Robert Machray, stagehappenings.com

Sheer theatrical magic” Cabaret Scenes

A show that you hoped would never end” Entertainment Today

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Rockwell Table and Stage
1714 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, California 90027