Wednesday, January 30, 2013

What's Happening Around Town for January 30, 2013


Jason Alexander on New Musical and the Return of Reprise
In an interview with Los Angeles Times entertainment reporter, Deborah Vankin, Jason Alexander talks about directing his new comedy-musical revue, When You're in Love, the Whole World Is Jewish, and future plans for Reprise Theatre Company. He says of Reprise, “We’ve been in total creative hiatus since about a year ago. We wanted to come back with a real artistic mission that was hopefully more meaningful to the arts community of L.A. than what we had been doing – minimalist revivals of primarily classic musicals. We’ve been shopping for a new home and are now very close to making a wonderful relationship with a place. When we do come back, part of what we'll do is get into original works of plays and musicals as well as expand the category of what we think of as theater.”  We can’t wait! You can read the full article here: http://lat.ms/TXyrI6.

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30 Minute Musicals: Top Gun and Showgirls
30 Minute Musicals brings its wild and hilarious versions of Top Gun and Showgirls back to thrill audiences at The Celebration Theatre to kick off 2013 in the dirtiest way! Get all the raunchy laughs you need with cult-classic Showgirls, starring Brea Grant as Cristal Connors and Lindsay Wray as Nomi Malone, together with the quintessential homoerotic film for the ages, Top Gun, starring a stellar all-male cast with Tom Lenk as Charlotte Blackwood aka Kelly McGillis. Each fast and furious romp features original songs and choreography, and clocks in at a breathtaking 30 minutes (not including time held for laughter). Come early to have a drink and experience a night at The Cheetah! Performances are Feb. 1 - 16. Preshow begins at 9:00 pm. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Click Here for tickets.

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Moonlight Summer Season Announced
Moonlight Stage Productions has announced its 33rd Summer Season. The first season under new artistic director Steven Glaudini at Moonlight Amphitheatre will include The Wizard of Oz (July 24 - August 10), Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein (Southern California Professional Premiere, August 21 – Sept. 7), The Who’s Tommy (Sept. 18 – Oct. 5), and a musical classic to be announced in March (June 26 - August 13). Subscriptions go on sale March 30 and single tickets are on sale May 11. Three of the four shows this year will feature sets and costumes from Broadway and New York. For more information, go to www.moonlightstage.com. 

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