Steve Rosen (Monty Python's Spamalot), Sarah Saltzberg (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee), and David Rossmer (Fiddler on the Roof) present the latest installment of Don't Quit Your Night Job, a monthly comedy benefit that features a revolving cast of Broadway and pop culture's brightest stars. The evening of improv, music, original sketch comedy and backstage anecdotes benefits Wendy Wasserstein's Open Doors Initiative.
Scheduled to Appear:
Steve Rosen (Spamalot)
David Rossmer (Fiddler on the Roof)
Sarah Saltzberg (Spelling Bee)
John Carrafa (Good Vibrations)
Jenn Colella (High Fidelity)
Gibson Frasier (The Internationalist)
Jordan Gelber (Avenue Q)
Paul Scott Goodman (Bright Lights, Big City)
Rick Holmes (Spamalot)
Lisa Jolley (Hairspray)
Celia Keenan-Bolger (Les Miserables)
Rebecca Kasper (Mamma Mia)
Marc Kudisch (The Apple Tree)
Music Direction by Dan Lipton with Sean McDaniel on Drums
Aided and abetted by People's Improv Theatre Teachers Ali Farahnakian and Yang Miller
TDF's theatre arts mentoring program for high school students, the Open Doors Initiative, was started in 1998 by TDF with playwright Wendy Wasserstein. Its goal is to explore the relevance of theatre in the lives of today's youth.
Don't Quit Your Night Job begins at midnight on Saturday, February 3.
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