A UNIQUE NEW REVIVAL OF THE HIT MUSICAL SWEET CHARITY OPENING AT THE KNIGHTSBRIDGE THEATRE OCTOBER 28TH
SILVERLAKE – CA-October 28th, 2011 – Sweet Charity is the second production for the award-winning team of director Robert Marra and producer Gabrieal Griego, who presented last year’s MTLA smash hit L.A. production of Chess.
A revival of the hit musical Sweet Charity starring Brooke Seguin in the title role opens October 28, 2011 at The Knightsbridge Theatre in Los Angeles. Noted director Robert Marra’s new concept for this popular show provides a gritty, realistic 21st Century edge while maintaining its lighthearted 20th Century charm. The production will run through November 13, 2011.
Featuring such show-stopping numbers as “Big Spender” and “If They Could See Me Now,” Sweet Charity tells the humorous yet poignant romantic misadventures of Charity Hope Valentine, a kooky, delightful young woman who always seems to give her heart to the wrong man. Along with Secondline Productions, this production of Sweet Charity is the second teaming of director Marra and producer Gabrieal Griego, who presented the acclaimed MTLA smash hit revival of Chess in Concert in Los Angeles last year. That critically acclaimed, sold-out, presentation won many awards.
This production of Sweet Charity also stars Leslie Stevens, Elvira Barjau, Adam Silver, Beth Robbins, and Ben Goldsmith. Garland Award winner Tania Possick creates the choreography for this production. The musical director is James Lent. The designers are award-winner Joseph “Sloe” Slawinski (sound), JC Gafford (lighting), Rocco Ambrosio (set design), and David Schifillitti (costumes). The show is co-produced by Secondline Productions and Gabrieal Griego.
Sweet Charity runs from October 28 – November 13, 2011 at The Knightsbridge Theatre, 1944 Riverside Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90039. Ticket prices are $25. FREE and plentiful street parking available. For more information or to purchase tickets please visit www.secondlineproductions.com.
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