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Regional News Evan Rachel Wood, Leah Lewis, Richard White, More to Headline Premiere Season of Broadwest Entertainment

The new Los Angeles-based production collective will stage four productions for its inaugural season.

Evan Rachel Wood, Leah Lewis, and Richard White

The newly established Broadwest Entertainment has announced programming for their inaugural 2023—2024 season. Led by Artistic Director Pablo Rossil, the new Los Angeles-based production collective will stage four productions featuring some Broadway and Hollywood favorites, all in California

The season will commence with Swingin' with the Mouse on September 29 at the Downey Theatre in Downey, with additional performances on September 30 at the Scherr Forum in Thousand Oaks. A tribute to jazz, the SWTM Band will celebrate the magic of film and television music with original jazz renditions of classic and beloved songs. The cast will feature Garrett Clayton, Keith David, Deedee Magno Hall, Leah Lewis, Kaitlyn Robrock, Jennifer Stone, and Richard White.

Next, Harmonies on Shakespeare: A Choral Celebration will present Shakespeare's prose in original choral renditions written by Michael Sobie, set to a 16-piece choir. Two performances will be held on November 18 at the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum in Topanga.

Kicking off the new year January 5, 2024 will be The Best of Evan and Zane, a musical duo comprised of Evan Rachel Wood and Zane Carney. Alongside a 30-piece orchestra, they will bring their greatest arrangements to the Alex Theatre in Glendale for one night only.

Next, City on Fire: A Rockin' Broadway Revue will bring a rock twist on Broadway classics to the West Coast, featuring an electrifying band and guest vocalists, to be announced at a later date. Two performances will be held February 29 at Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood.

For tickets and more information, visit here.

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