RYAN RAFTERY's "Watch What Happens - Live on Stage!"
Friday, Sep 23, 2016 8:30 PM PDT
(7:00 PM Doors)
Catalina Bar & Grill, Hollywood, CA
CURRENTLY FEATURED in PEOPLE MAGAZINE!
The Musical Tale of Andy Cohen and the Real Housewives
On Fri, Sept 23, 2016 (Sat, Sept 24) at 8:30p - Direct from New York City's Joe's Pub, RYAN RAFTERY, creator and star of the nationwide smash hit Anna Wintour musical “Ryan Raftery is the Most Powerful Woman in Fashion” returns to Hollywood to premiere his newest show, “Ryan Raftery’s Watch What Happens - Live on Stage!. A jukebox musical telling the (not-quite-true) story of a young Andy Cohen who moves to New York to pursue his two obsessions - television and Anderson Cooper.
Featuring cameos from The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Nene Leakes, The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Teresa Giudice, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Kim Richards, and Mr. Cooper himself, one thing is certain…you’re going to love Andy!
Catalina Bar & Grill
6725 West Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Proudly presented by Chris Isaacson Presents, in association with Moniker Productions and Zachary Augustine
Stageplay & Parody Lyrics by Ryan Raftery
Direction by Jay Turton
Musical Direction by Daniel Lincoln
Wig Design by Darby Backes
Photo by Brendan Burke
*Tickets purchased online receive priority seating.
*Single Entree or Drink minimums apply for all tickets
"Raftery’s Andy steals the show, from his opening as a young man dreaming of his future (while singing, “I wanna find someone I can love, like I love TV”) to his red-jacketed, devilish encore." - Jessica Derschowitz, Entertainment Weekly
"Raftery plays Cohen with the kind of energetic commitment to character rarely seen on any stage, much less in cabaret." - Zachary Stewart, Theatermania.com
"A meditation on fame and its effects that will really connect with the Housewives fan base." - NYMag
"Reminiscent of a young Martin Short, the baby-faced Raftery proves ideally suited to play Cohen. His cartoonish facial expressions and impeccable comic timing regularly have the audience in stitches." - Zachary Stewart, Theatermania.com