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'CARRIE' THAT TUNE will return this fall to a cabaret near you!

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'CARRIE' THAT TUNE: HIT SONGS FROM FLOP MUSICALS
Originally produced in 2013, Proof Doubt Closer is proud to revive of this one-of-a-kind revue!

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--LA Weekly

Conceived, written and directed by Trace Oakley, with musical direction by Alena Bernardi and choreography by Averi Quinn Yorek. Bernardi and Yorek head a stellar cast featuring Seth Freed, Stephen Juhl, Laney Keeshin, Skye LaFontaine, Philip McBride, Ashley Rose McKenna, Sydnee Ortiz, Chelsea Pope, Rick Simone, and Cynthia Cook-Heath on the piano.

Performances are at Bar Fedora, 710 W 1st St, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Bar Fedora is located inside Au Lac restaurant, across the street from Walt Disney Concert Hall.

A musical revue of great songs, many of them classics from the Great American Songbook. These songs came not from hit musicals, or from Tin-Pan-Alley songwriters. Each song was a bright spot in a Broadway musical that flopped. For every LES MIS, MY FAIR LADY and ANNIE, there's at least one PIPE DREAM, ANYONE CAN WHISTLE, or THE BAKER'S WIFE, proving that even Rodgers and Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim and Stephen Schwartz can write a flop show. For every blockbuster smash like BOOK OF MORMON or PHANTOM, there's an epic flop counterpart, such as SPIDER MAN, that flop by which all others are measured, CARRIE. But many of these also-ran shows contained extraordinary songs, many of which became hits in their own right. 'CARRIE' THAT TUNE' is a tribute to those songs: buried treasures, some kept alive by the recordings of Sinatra, Bennett or Ella Fitzgerald, others largely forgotten, other residing firmly in the “I had no idea that song was from a musical...which one?” category. Starting with a recreation of the notorious publicity stunt pulled by producer David Merrick on the opening eve of his flop SUBWAYS ARE FOR SLEEPING, this one-of-a-kind musical revue revives some of Broadway's greatest songs that got away, such as "Who Can I Turn To?", "What Did I Have?" and "One Night in Bangkok."