Starring (in alphabetical order):
Danny Gurwin (Broadway: Urinetown, The Full Monty, The Scarlet Pimpernel)
Kim Huber (Broadway: Belle, Beauty & The Beast; Betty Schaeffer, Sunset Boulevard)
Dennis Kyle (Reprise's They're Playing Our Song; Rooster in Annie, Theater Aspen)
Lisa Livesay (Glinda, Wicked, national tour; Monteen, Parade, Center Theatre Group)
Jane Noseworthy (Reprise: Carrie, Carousel; Rosanna, Cyrano; Hope, Urinetown)
View photos of the cast below!
Music Director: Tom Griep
Your Host: Bruce Kimmel
We're working on our special guest. We're sending the flyer now because we want you to know about the show ASAP so you can mark your calendar.
For our 24th show, we're pleased to present The Burt Bacharach Album. Based on the 1996 album produced by Bruce Kimmel, this tribute to one of the greatest pop composers in history will be a tuneful treat through mostly Bacharach and David-land, featuring many of their classic and iconic pop songs, such as "The Look of Love," "One Less Bell to Answer," "A House Is Not a Home," "Anyone Who Had a Heart," "Walk on By," "Alfie," and many more.
We'll also be doing songs from Burt and Hal's great Broadway show, Promises, Promises, as well as some less well known Bacharach and David songs from their TV musical, On the Flip Side, and their film musical, Lost Horizon.
These are the songs of our lives, and we've gathered a great cast to perform them for you.
Reservations: (818) 754-8700
Your phone reservation will be confirmed.
Dinner reservations: From 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm.
$28/person: $18 cover + $10 food minimum
Reservations highly recommended.
Sterling's at The Federal
5303 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601
The Federal Bar is adjacent to the El Portal Theatre.
The North Hollywood Stations for the Metrolink Red Line and Orange Line are directly across the street, north of Chandler on Lankershim.
Parking is available – entrance for Federal lot is on Weddington Street (directly behind the building) at $3.50. There is also available street parking.
For more information about Sterling's Upstairs at The Federal:
Music Director Tom Griep