Musical Theatre Guild, the winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critic’s Circle Margaret Harford Award for sustained excellence in the theatre, will present HOLLYWOOD REVISITED as a special benefit to support Musical Theatre Guild’s extensive youth outreach programs. The event, a perfect tie in with the company’s "MTG Goes To The Movies" season theme, will take place at Burbank’s Colony Theatre on Monday, March 26, 2018 at 7:30 pm.
HOLLYWOOD REVISITED is a one-of-a-kind dazzling musical revue featuring Broadway and Hollywood performers singing and dancing while wearing the ORIGINAL Hollywood movie costumes worn by the legendary stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood. The wardrobes of Marilyn Monroe, Ginger Rogers, Julie Andrews, Gene Kelly, Bette Davis, Donald O’Connor, Mae West, Bing Crosby and Judy Garland are just a few from the vast collection that dazzle the audience.
The costumes, part of an assemblage of over 500 masterpieces, are from the collection of renowned curator Greg Schreiner, director of Special Collections at the Hollywood Museum. Schreiner also serves as musical director and provides context and narration for this spectacular revue celebrating Hollywood’s Golden Age. The performing cast will feature members of the acclaimed Musical Theatre Guild company with some surprise guests. HOLLYWOOD REVISTED is directed by Joshua Finkel.
The Colony Theatre is located at 555 North 3rd Street in Burbank. Ample free parking is available adjacent to the building. Call 866-811-4111 or log onto to https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10248884 for tickets and more information.
ABOUT MUSICAL THEATRE GUILD AND ITS EDUCATION OUTREACH PROGRAMS:
Now in its 22nd season, Musical Theatre Guild presents rarely staged or forgotten musicals in a semi-staged, script-in-hand format, utilizing professional union actors and a live orchestra. The company membership roster of talent is a "who’s who" of L.A.’s musical theatre performers. As part of their duel mission of preserving the original American art form of musical theatre and education, MTG offers in-school advance preparation and free tickets to students at their concerts and, in partnership with Los Angeles’ Music Center Education Division, is represented with three original revues on their touring roster: The History of Musical Theatre (in 42 Minutes and 28 Seconds), From the Page to the Stage and Revolution!. In tandem, these two programs have reached literally tens of thousands of students in the Los Angeles area over the past two decades, inspiring new artists and a new generation of theatre audiences.
Additional information on MTG can be found at www.musicaltheatreguild.com.