S.T.A.G.E. Presents Do Re Mi: Comden and Green's Broadway
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The last date listed for Do Re Mi: Comden and Green's Broadway was Sunday March 12, 2006 / 3:00pm.
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<p>The 22nd Annual Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event (S.T.A.G.E.), the longest continuously running AIDS benefit in the world, will celebrate the work of the great American songwriting team of Betty Comden and Adolph Green with a show titled “Do Re Me - Comden & Green's Broadway."</p> <p>S.T.A.G.E. brings together some of the biggest stars in theatre, television and cabaret to celebrate the music of Broadway legends, and “Do Re Me - Comden & Green's Broadway” is no exception. Those expected to participate in this year’s event include singer Neile Adams, long-time S.T.A.G.E. supporter Betty Garrett, who appeared in the film version of Comden & Green’s “On the Town,” “A Chorus Line” star Donna McKechnie, who appeared in the first major Broadway revival of “On the Town,” rising star Adam Lambert, who has appeared in the national tour of “Wicked,” Tony Award winner for “Jelly’s Last Jam” Tonya Pinkins, cabaret singer Wesla Whitfield and Bruce Vilanch, who starred in “Hairspray” on Broadway and in its national tour. Also expected to appear are Clay Adkins, Jamie Anderson, Mary Jo Catlett, Carole Cook, Cristalee, Nancy Dussault, Bill Hutton, Lorenzo Lamas, Karen Mason, Rod McKuen, Linda Michele, Ann Morrison, Christine Pedi, Valarie Pettiford, Joan Ryan, Mark W. Smith, Sally Struthers, Ruth Williamson and JoAnne Worley. More performers will be added shortly.</p> <p>David Galligan, S.T.A.G.E. veteran and this year’s recipient of LA Stage Alliance’s Ovation Award for Career Achievement, will once again direct the program with musical direction and arrangements by Gerald Sternbach. </p> <p>“Do Re Me - Comden & Green's Broadway” will feature selections from the repertoire of the longest running creative partnership in theatre history. Betty Comden and Adolph Green began their collaboration in 1938 when they met and started to write and perform their own satirical material in a group called The Revuers, which included the late Judy Holliday. They went on to collaborate with Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Robbins on what was the first show for all of them, “On The Town.” They also did the score for “ Wonderful Town ” with Leonard Bernstein. Other Comden and Green musicals from which songs for this year’s S.T.A.G.E will be chosen include “Bells Are Ringing,” “Do Re Mi,” “Subways Are For Sleeping,” “On the Twentieth Century,” “Peter Pan,” “Two on the Aisle,” “Fade Out, Fade In,” “Hallelujah, Baby!” and “The Will Rogers Follies.”</p>
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Back in 1984, at a time of mass fear and confusion about AIDS, a small group of friends in the Los Angeles theatre community came together in an effort to combat the devastating impact the disease was having on their friends and loved ones. Actor/writer/director Michael Kearns and the late writer/director James Carroll Pickett approached producer Susan Obrow and accomplished director David Galligan to create the first Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event (S.T.A.G.E.). Each S.T.A.G.E. benefit is a unique way for the Los Angeles performing arts community to raise awareness and funds for HIV/AIDS service agencies, such as AIDS Project Los Angeles, while demonstrating love and support for those living with and affected by the disease. Over the past 25 years, S.T.A.G.E. productions have raised more than $5 million dollars to support HIV/AIDS charities throughout Southern California. 25 Years and Still Persevering!