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Friday, September 30

Peisha McPhee & Sergiu Tuhutziu's "Chopin Meets Broadway" (2 Shows Only)

Catalina Jazz Club

6725 W. Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028

8:30pm

On Fri & Sat, Sept 30 & Oct 1 at 8:30p - World-renowned vocalist & American Idol Vocal Coach PEISHA McPHEE, and Award-winning pianist SERGIU TUHUTZIU, have collaborated to create their new show CHOPIN MEETS BROADWAY, brilliantly bringing to life a medley of classical music and Broadway standards. Only at Catalina Bar & Grill in the heart of Hollywood, CA.

The audience will be transported into a world of classical repertoire, experiencing some of the most famous and romantic pieces from composers such as Chopin or Rachmaninoff, ingeniously arranged to match with Broadway standards.

Chopin Meets Broadway is uplifting, emotional, and exciting for all! Throughout the show Peisha and Sergiu will also be telling entertaining stories that bring authentic theatre to the concert. The audience will be left wanting more!

Special guest to be announced.

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Lauren Weedman: Tammy/Lisa From Misery to Meaning

REDCAT

631 W 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

8:30pm

World Premiere: With live music and a wicked wit, incisive and hilarious writer/performer Lauren Weedman shares secrets of her alternate identity: a colorful personality born in her past and controlling her future. Before becoming an acclaimed author, a popular star of HBOs Looking, and a noted correspondent for The Daily Show, Lauren was given the birth name(s) Tammy Lisa. Her adopted family gave her a new name and a life that led to near-stardom and gobs of critical praise, but as early-ish midlife approaches, Tammy Lisa is re-emerging as a musical and multi-faceted character who often embodies Loretta Lynn, Helen Reddy, or Lucinda Williams depending on her mood swings. Tammy Lisa re-invents the cabaret form with funny and dark songs of heartbreak, gay boys, straight boys, volatile love, side-splitting comedy, and bliss

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Saturday, October 1

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