Jason Graae & His Broadway Gal Pals

Sun Jul 28 2024

7:30 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

Catalina Bar & Grill

6725 W. Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028

$41.05

All Ages

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HOT TICKET!!!! SUNDAY, JULY 28TH 7:30PM
"JASON GRAAE & HIS BROADWAY GAL PALS: The Second Annual PATRICIA WHITEMAN Award"
JASON GRAAE, one of the most popular and critically acclaimed performers in the theatre and concert scene, headlines an evening to present THE PATRICIA WHITEMAN AWARD CELEBRATING MUSICAL PERFORMANCE. This will be the second year for this award created in honor of the late Ms. Whiteman, a beloved Cabaret singer and performance coach. Jason Graae has had an extensive career on Broadway, TV, Opera, Off-Broadway, and Concerts, most recently appearing as "The Wizard" in the National Tour of "Wicked".
This year's recipient of THE PATRICIA WHITEMAN AWARD CELEBRATING MUSICAL PERFORMANCE will be Katrina Aguilar, an accomplished young singer on the autism spectrum.
FEATURING
ANASTASIA BARZEE Broadway: Shakespeare's Henry IV, Urinetown, Jekyll & Hyde, and Miss Saigon. Ms. Barzee originated the roles Josephine in "Napoleon" (The West End), and Betty in "White Christmas" (cast album)
SARAH URIARTE BERRY Broadway: ‘Belle’- Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, ’Cinderella’- Cinderella (New York City Opera) alongside Eartha Kitt, ‘Franca’- The Light in the Piazza at Lincoln Center Theater (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations-Best Supporting), ’Eponine’ - Les Misérables,
HEATHER LEE is happy to be sharing the stage with family! She has played Karen Morrow’s daughter (GYPSY), Valarie Pettiford’s sister (THE WIZ), Anastasia Barzee’s mother (PALM BEACH) and did a show with Sarah Uriarte Berry’s husband (GREASE)! She originated the role of stripper Tessie Tura in the Broadway revival of GYPSY starring Bernadette Peters and directed by Sam Mendes, as well as Babette (the feather duster) in BEAUTY & THE BEAST opposite Gary Beach at the Shubert Theater in Los Angeles, and made her Broadway debut in the Jerry Zaks revival of GUYS & DOLLS.
ANDREA MARCOVICCI is considered the reigning Queen of the Cabaret World. She holds the record – an unprecedented 25 seasons – at the legendary Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel. Her solo show sold out Carnegie Hall. She debuted on Broadway in the musical, Ambassador, starring Howard Keel and last appeared on the Great Bright Way in Frank D. Gilroy's play Any Given Day, with Sada Thompson.
KAREN MARROW is a beloved Musical Comedy Icon and a bona fide Broadway legend having appeared in "I Had A Ball", "The Grass Harp" and "The Mystery Of Edwin Drood", to name a few. Ms. Morrow is also an Emmy Winner.
and VALARIE PETTIFORD has appeared in films such as "The Cotton Club", "Glitter", and "Why Did I Get Married Too?". On Broadway, Ms. Pettiford was a member of the original casts of "Sophisticated Ladies" and "Fosse" In London, she performed alongside Chita Rivera in the West End debut of "Chicago".
Musical Director GERALD STERNBACH
Produced by CLIFFORD BELL, GWEN EYSTER, and JASON GRAAE

Produced by Clifford Bell, Gwen Eyster, and Jason:
Jason Graae & His Broadway Gal Pals

  • Jason Graae

    Jason Graae

    Broadway

    Jason Graae has been featured on Broadway in "A Grand Night For Singing", "Falsettos", "Stardust", "Snoopy!", "Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?". Off- Broadway shows include the original casts of "Forever Plaid", "Olympus on My Mind", "All in the Timing", "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh" (Drama Desk Nomination- Best Actor in a Musical) and many more. Jason recently traveled across the U.S. for a year and a 1/2 as the Wonderful Wizard of Oz in the National Tour of "Wicked."

    Jason made his Metropolitan Opera House debut as the male vocalist in Twyla Tharp's "Everlast" with American Ballet Theatre. Jason has performed his one man show all over the country, winning 4 Bistro Awards and a N.Y Nightlife Award, also making TimeOut NY's Top 10 Cabaret shows of the year. His critically acclaimed show with Faith Prince, "The Prince and the Showboy" played at 54 Below and the pair won a 2nd Nightlife Award and a Robby Award for Best Duo.

    In Los Angeles, Jason won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for outstanding achievement in musical theatre. Jason originated the role of Houdini in the L.A. production of "Ragtime" at the Shubert Theatre and won an Ovation Award for "Forbidden Broadway Y2KLA!". At the Hollywood Bowl, he played Benny in "Guys and Dolls'" and Marcellus in "The Music Man". For 3 years, he starred as Scrooge in the world premiere of "Scrooge in Love"in San Francisco, winning the Theatre Bay Area Award for Best Actor in a Musical.
    On television, Jason has appeared on many shows including "Six Feet Under", "Rude Awakening", "Friends", "Frasier", "Sabrina the Teenage Witch", "Living Single", "Caroline in the City", "Providence", etc. On PBS, he was a guest soloist twice with the Boston Pops, as well as with Marvin Hamlisch and the National Symphony in "Holiday for the Troops at The Kennedy Center" and in the Jerry Herman documentary "Words and Music by Jerry Herman".

    Movie appearances include the title role in "Sunshine Barry and the Disco Worms" (2008 Toronto and London Film Festivals), Disney's "Home on the Range", "On Edge", "Gepetto", "The Dukes of Hazzard in Hollywood", and "Awakening of Spring" . He has been heard on many cartoons and for 5 and 1/2 years was the voice of "Lucky, the Leprechaun" for Lucky Charms Cereal, a balanced part of your complete breakfast.

    He made his Los Angeles Opera debut as "Njegus" in "The Merry Widow", repeating the role with Dallas , New Orleans, Houston Grand Opera, and Michigan Opera Theatre (Oscar Wilde Award nomination). Also with L.A. Opera he was featured as "Offenbach" in "The Grand Duchess" , directed by Garry Marshall. He has played "Frosch" in "Die Fledermaus" with the Washington National and San Francisco Operas, the Manhattan School of Music, and most recently with Houston Grand Opera.

    Jason has recorded over 65 CDs, including original cast albums, concerts, compilations, and his 3 solo CDs, "You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile - Jason Graae Sings Charles Strouse", and "Jason Graae LIVE at The Cinegrill" (Fynsworth Alley), and "Perfect Hermany-the songs of Jerry Herman."

    For Musical Theatre West, Jason most recently directed A Grand Night For Singing at The Carpenter Center in Long Beach, CA.

  • Catalina Jazz Club

    Catalina Jazz Club

    Contemporary Jazz

    The American dream came true for Catalina Popescu in October of 1986 when she and her husband Bob created a supper club devoted to serving an experience of superb eats and the shared magic of live performance. That grand experience began at the door where every night her mother Maria would greet each guest as family and share in their love of music. Housed in Hollywood and decked out in a timeless charm, the club offers a cozy ambience under sparkling stage lights garnished with its signature concoction — Jazz. The first artist to grace the stage was the masterful flutist and saxophonist Buddy Collette, and ever since then, over the past 36 years, the Catalina Jazz Club has hosted the most illustrious legends of all time — from the powerful puffers of Dizzy Gillespie to the electrified fingers of McCoy Tyner, the bubbly belt of Dee Dee Bridgewater and Lynda Carter, the flirtatious saxophone of Joshua Redman, the slick strumming of Kenny Burrell, the insane drum clinic of Steve Gadd, the romance of Steve Tyrell, and the masterclass of Mike Stern.

    For Catalina, Jazz is our way of life. It breathes pain. It knows love. It dreams hope. It bleeds courage. Whether we’re showcasing Broadway, Soul, R&B, or stand-up comedy, the lesson learned from all the greats who have serenaded our spirits is how to connect to one another. And that’s why the Catalina Jazz Club will always have a table ready for you.

    The Catalina Jazz Club has been honored by A.S.M.A.C., California Jazz Foundation, Los Angeles Jazz Society, and a City of Los Angeles Certificate of Appreciation on their 25th Anniversary, which was awarded by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the LA City Council which included then City Council member and current Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.

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Dinner or two-drink minimum required in addition to the tickets, plus a $0.49 music royalty fee per patron.
Doors open for dinner 1 1/2 hour before the first show and 1/2 hour before the second show if there is a second show.

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Produced by Clifford Bell, Gwen Eyster, and Jason:

Jason Graae & His Broadway Gal Pals

Sun Jul 28 2024 7:30 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

Catalina Bar & Grill Hollywood CA
Jason Graae & His Broadway Gal Pals

$41.05 All Ages

HOT TICKET!!!! SUNDAY, JULY 28TH 7:30PM
"JASON GRAAE & HIS BROADWAY GAL PALS: The Second Annual PATRICIA WHITEMAN Award"
JASON GRAAE, one of the most popular and critically acclaimed performers in the theatre and concert scene, headlines an evening to present THE PATRICIA WHITEMAN AWARD CELEBRATING MUSICAL PERFORMANCE. This will be the second year for this award created in honor of the late Ms. Whiteman, a beloved Cabaret singer and performance coach. Jason Graae has had an extensive career on Broadway, TV, Opera, Off-Broadway, and Concerts, most recently appearing as "The Wizard" in the National Tour of "Wicked".
This year's recipient of THE PATRICIA WHITEMAN AWARD CELEBRATING MUSICAL PERFORMANCE will be Katrina Aguilar, an accomplished young singer on the autism spectrum.
FEATURING
ANASTASIA BARZEE Broadway: Shakespeare's Henry IV, Urinetown, Jekyll & Hyde, and Miss Saigon. Ms. Barzee originated the roles Josephine in "Napoleon" (The West End), and Betty in "White Christmas" (cast album)
SARAH URIARTE BERRY Broadway: ‘Belle’- Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, ’Cinderella’- Cinderella (New York City Opera) alongside Eartha Kitt, ‘Franca’- The Light in the Piazza at Lincoln Center Theater (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations-Best Supporting), ’Eponine’ - Les Misérables,
HEATHER LEE is happy to be sharing the stage with family! She has played Karen Morrow’s daughter (GYPSY), Valarie Pettiford’s sister (THE WIZ), Anastasia Barzee’s mother (PALM BEACH) and did a show with Sarah Uriarte Berry’s husband (GREASE)! She originated the role of stripper Tessie Tura in the Broadway revival of GYPSY starring Bernadette Peters and directed by Sam Mendes, as well as Babette (the feather duster) in BEAUTY & THE BEAST opposite Gary Beach at the Shubert Theater in Los Angeles, and made her Broadway debut in the Jerry Zaks revival of GUYS & DOLLS.
ANDREA MARCOVICCI is considered the reigning Queen of the Cabaret World. She holds the record – an unprecedented 25 seasons – at the legendary Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel. Her solo show sold out Carnegie Hall. She debuted on Broadway in the musical, Ambassador, starring Howard Keel and last appeared on the Great Bright Way in Frank D. Gilroy's play Any Given Day, with Sada Thompson.
KAREN MARROW is a beloved Musical Comedy Icon and a bona fide Broadway legend having appeared in "I Had A Ball", "The Grass Harp" and "The Mystery Of Edwin Drood", to name a few. Ms. Morrow is also an Emmy Winner.
and VALARIE PETTIFORD has appeared in films such as "The Cotton Club", "Glitter", and "Why Did I Get Married Too?". On Broadway, Ms. Pettiford was a member of the original casts of "Sophisticated Ladies" and "Fosse" In London, she performed alongside Chita Rivera in the West End debut of "Chicago".
Musical Director GERALD STERNBACH
Produced by CLIFFORD BELL, GWEN EYSTER, and JASON GRAAE

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

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All Ages
limit 10 per person

Prices include all fees. Any applicable taxes will be added at checkout.

SHOW TICKET (General Seating)
$41.05

Delivery Method

Will Call

Terms & Conditions

Dinner or two-drink minimum required in addition to the tickets, plus a $0.49 music royalty fee per patron.
Doors open for dinner 1 1/2 hour before the first show and 1/2 hour before the second show if there is a second show.

Except for Private Events.
Ticket sales are final.


Catalina's Management