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Black History Month Celebration Performance R&B Musical Theatre Production
By Sentinel Wire Services
Published February 20, 2013

 

I CAN’T TURN YOU LOOSE!

I Can’t Turn You Loose! is a musical set in the R&B music scene in the 1960’s and 70’s. The show takes place at the “Proud Bird,” a dynamite LA hotspot where the incomparable showstopper, Leon Trudeau, is captivating the audience with his classic soul repertoire. Leon’s best friend and Music Director, Eddie Williams, leads the fabulous, live backing band, “The Kings of Soul,” and Leon’s backup singers, “The Trudettes,” to deliver a knockout performance. Tonight, Leon’s dear friend, aspiring vocalist Tammy Parker, joins Leon on stage to spark up the show tonight with some extra musical fire!

Original Stage Play Written by: Tony Brewer?Featuring the Music and Lyrics of the legendary Stax Record Label Musical Direction and Executive Producer: John Steinreich?Senior Producer and Casting Manager: Chantel Deniese?Directed by: Pat Dade?Special Matinee Performance:

Sunday, February 24, 2013 at 3PM

The Ruby Theatre at the Complex

6476 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood 90038

 

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