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The Pasadena Playhouse
39 S. El Molino Ave. Pasadena, CA 91101
626-356-7529
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5 events
2 reviews
10 stars
No bad seats @ the P Playhouse
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5 events
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10 stars
Paid Parking ingenuous. $3 became $7 when u entered the facility. Street parking limited. Come early & eat @ one of the many tasty ethnic restaurants within a few blocks of the venue.
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42 events
12 reviews
16 stars
attended Dec 18 2013

It was fun - quite the belt-a-thon!

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4 events
3 reviews
9 stars
attended Dec 18 2013

Amazing!! Great talents all in one night. Sam Harris and Frederov both blew me away with their vocal performances.

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Description

Performers include (in alphabetical order):

Joan Almedilla (Les Misérables/Miss Saigon)

Michael Arden (bare: a rock musical/FX Network’s “Anger Management”)

Sharon Catherine Blanks (Dreamgirls)

Billy Blanks, Jr. (Fame)

Yvette Cason (Dreamgirls)

LaVance Colley (Smokey Joe’s Cafe)

Loretta Devine (Dreamgirls/ABC-TV’s “Grey’s Anatomy”)

Danny Gurwin (The Scarlet Pimpernel/Little Women)

Cliffton Hall and Deedee Magno Hall (Wicked)

Sam Harris (The Life/The Producers)

Dawnn Lewis (Sister Act: The Musical/NBC’s “A Different World”)

Andy Mientus (Spring Awakening/Les Misérables)

Nicole Parker (Funny Girl/Wicked)

Jennifer Paz and Anthony Federov (Miss Saigon/Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat)

Valerie Perri (Evita/Gypsy/Man of La Mancha)

Kelli Provart (Aida)

Joan Ryan (Ruthless/TV’s “Saved By The Bell”)

Gwen Stewart (Rent)

Lea Thompson (Cabaret/NBC’s “Caroline in the City”)

Nita Whitaker (cabaret and concert star)

All appearances are subject to availability.

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*Directed by Jeffrey Polk

Musical Directors: Abdul Hamid Royal, Todd Schroeder, Gerald Sternbach and John Gentry Tennyson

Produced by Patty Onagan and Ronn Goswick