Lampkin Magic Productions is proud to present singer Diane Wegenke Arnstein in a One Night Only appearance of "I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore," on Wednesday, December 21st @ 7:30 p.m.
Growing up in South Bend, Diane was a Central High grad as well as a member of James Lewis Casaday's famous Barnstormer Board of Directors. She appeared in many plays at that school and following her being graduated from Central, garnered several leading roles at the prestigious Presbyterian Players group. Additionally, she was a regular cast member of "Hoosier Favorite", a WSBT-TV Saturday afternoon show that ran several years in the 1950's. Diane moved to NY to start a life in the theatre, singing in various nightclubs, including Don't Tell Mama.
This new show include favorite songs of Diane's that talk about love and life and fun! Theater and movie songs featured are: "Remember," "All at Once You Love Him (Medley,)" No Other Love," "They Can't Take That Away From Me" and "I Got Lost In His Arms." Her CD/DVD collection "I Love Men" is available at CD baby, which includes selections from the musical theater and contemporary songbooks.
Joining Diane as Musical Director is award winning singer/pianist/arranger, Michael McAssey.
About Michael: Michael has appeared at FREDDY'S SUPPER CLUB, EIGHTY-EIGHT'S and DON'T TELL MAMA in New York; THE GARDENIA in Los Angeles; TOULOUSE-ON-THE-PARK, DAVENPORT'S and GENTRY in Chicago; ODETTE'S in New Hope, PA.; MONTPARNASSE/ THE PIANO BAR in Mykonos, Greece, and THE CARIBOU CLUB in Aspen. He has guest hosted benefits for AIDS Charities (Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights Aids, Hearts and Voices), headlined with RSVP CRUISES for over ten years, and was featured at DISNEY-MGM STUDIOS (Television Academy Hall of Fame Awards).
In New York he’s worked on and Off-Broadway (A HARD TIME TO BE SINGLE, SEX TIPS FOR MODERN GIRLS, IN GAY COMPANY & more) and at Lincoln Center. He recently co-starred as Herbie in GYPSY (with Tony nominee Sally Mayes), Sondheim’s PUTTING IT TOGETHER, Edna Turnblad in HAIRSPRAY, and as Max Bialystock in 3 different companies of Mel Brooks’ THE PRODUCERS. In Chicago Michael starred in the hit comedy SHEAR MADNESS, co-starred as Banjo in THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER (with Andre de Shields) and as Guy Proclo in Terrence McNally’s THE RITZ (with Transparent’s Alexandra Billings). Soap fans may remember Michael as blind pianist-singer George Baldwin on CBS-TV’s GUIDING LIGHT. He appeared with Barbara Cook and Patti LuPone in Paris and toured with Ms. LuPone in her nightclub act, THE ARGENTINA TURNER REVUE. An accomplished conductor & music director, Michael divides his time between onstage and off including conducting the Broadway National Tours of AVENUE Q and TITANIC: THE MUSICAL, and the smash-hit summer 2016 tour of PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT.
So if musical theater singing is for you; make your RSVP's for Wednesday, December 21st @ 7:30 p.m. at the Recital Hall @ The Century Center.
Ticket Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/diane-wegenke-arnstein-to-appear-in-im-glad-im-not-young-anymore-tickets-29718944162?aff=erelexpmlt
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