Frenchie Davis in Idols Sing the Icons: Sweet Soul Music, from Upright Cabaret
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The last date listed for Upright Cabaret: Idols Sing the Icons was Sunday January 30, 2011 / 7:30pm.
Currently at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts:
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Back by popular demand after last season's 5 sold-out shows, L.A.'s famed Upright Cabaret is once again bringing the "next generation" of world-class entertainers to La Mirada Theatre's cabaret stage. Sweet Soul Music will feature the music of Ray Charles, Marvin Gaye and Gladys Knight and will star American Idol finalist, Grammy-nominee and Broadway star Frenchie Davis, Tony nominee Brandon Victor Dixon and CSI: Miami's Leslie Odom Jr.
Upright Cabaret boasts one of the most extensive and diverse rosters of talent in the country with alumni including Adam Lambert (American Idol), Lea Michele (Glee), Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother), Tony Award® winner Lea Salonga, Grammy® winners Paula Cole and Taylor Dayne plus cast members from over 75 Broadway productions including Wicked, Rent, Jersey Boys and Spamalot!
Performers for the Sweet Soul Music show will sing the music of the icons (Ray Charles, Marvin Gaye and Gladys Knight) plus their own selections.