Feb 20, 2012

3/4: The Ira Gershwin Album

Kritzerland at Sterling's
The Ira Gershwin Album
Lyrics by Ira, Music by George Gershwin, Harold Arlen, Burton Lane, Kurt Weill and other greats
Sunday, March 4, 2012  — 7:00 pm 

Starring (in alphabetical order)

Lauren Leigh Barker (Sweet Charity, Knightsbridge Theatre; Lucinda, Into the Woods)
Damon Kirsche (Dentist, Cabrillo’s Little Shop of Horrors; Man of La Mancha, Carpenter Center)
Melody Hollis (Broadway: Susan in Irving Berlin’s White Christmas)
Jane Noseworthy (Carrie, Reprise’s Carousel; Disney: The Princess and the Frog)
Damon Kirsche performs at Kritzerland (photo credit: Daniel G. Lam)
Shannon Warne (National tour, Camelot, Guenevere; Maria, Cabrillo’s Sound of Music)
Special Guest:  Andrea Marcovicci
Music Director:  Shelly Markham

What could be more s’wonderful and s’marvelous than an evening of lyrics by the great Ira Gershwin?  Based on the CD The Ira Gershwin Album, produced by Bruce Kimmel, we’ve gathered together some of the best voices in town to sing some of the best songs ever written. Of course, you’ll be hearing many of your favorite classics, such as “The Man Who Got Away,” “Someone to Watch Over Me,” “The Man I Love,” “The Saga of Jenny,” “I Got Rhythm/Fascinatin’ Rhythm,” but, being a Kritzerland evening, you also know you’ll be hearing some obscure and little-known but equally wonderful material.  So, join us for a fantastic evening of brilliant words set to brilliant music, delivered by a stellar cast, including our very special guest, Andrea Marcovicci.

Reservations:  818 754-8700     Your phone reservation will be confirmed.
Dinner reservations:   From 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm.
Please reserve for dinner before the 7:00 pm show.
$31/person — food and drink minimum — includes cover charge.
Reservations highly recommended, to ensure proper service.
Since no credit card info is taken in advance, kindly cancel if you cannot make it.

Sterling’s at Vitello’s, 4349 Tujunga Avenue, Studio City, CA 91604
Parking:  $3.75 in Vitello’s lot
Ample street parking in the vicinity.  Read signs for restrictions.