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Damon Kirsche
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Actor • Singer – Ragtime, Tin Pan Alley, Swing, Big Band, West Coast Jazz and American Songbook standards from the Golden Age of Broadway and Hollywood.
Actor • Singer – Ragtime, Tin Pan Alley, Swing, Big Band, West Coast Jazz and American Songbook standards from the Golden Age of Broadway and Hollywood.

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Tonight at 7 PM, I join a splendid cast of players as Musical Theatre Guild presents its staged concert reading of 1968’s Tony© Award-Winning HALLELUJAH BABY! at the Alex Theatre in Glendale. The show follows heroine Georgina Franklin through six decades of American history as she seeks self-realization, self-reliance and love in the midst of racial oppression. Starring Sharon Catherine Brown as Georgina, Carol Dennis as Momma, Damon Kirsche as Harvey, Trevon Davis as Clem and supported by MTG members Jimmy Gleason, Kelly Lester, Natalie Wachen and guest artists Christopher Culbertson and Anthony Manough; Directed by Gerry McIntyre with Musical Direction by Gerald Sternbach under the Production Supervision of Jeffrey Scott Parsons.
Damon Kirsche: actor • singer
Damon Kirsche: actor • singer
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This Friday and Saturday, I join the 14-piece Fred Barton Orchestra and an All-Star cast as we present “An Evening of Cole Porter” with the American Showstoppers series, featuring works by the master of American Song: “Anything Goes,” “Let’s Do It,” “My Heart Belongs to Daddy,” “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” “Take Me Back to Manhattan,” “Brush Up Your Shakespeare,” “The Physician,” “So In Love,” “From This Moment On” and many more. I’m especially excited to debut Maestro Barton’s arrangement of “I Love Paris” paired with “You Don’t Know Paree,” and the little-known “Gigolo” from 1929’s WAKE UP AND DREAM. For Tickets, visit: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10021751
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It’s spooky to consider how many Halloweens Kayre Morrison and I have haunted The Cicada Club, singing vintage swing tunes with Dean Mora and his Orchestra. This year, I’ll be wearing another Valentino's Costumes creation: an homage to Rudolph Valentino in “The Young Rajah,” (1922), in which he appears draped in pearls—just pearls. No risk of feeling overheated... though how am I going to sit down?
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On Oct. 18, I return to the American Showstoppers concert series to present AN EVENING OF CY COLEMAN at the Schimmel Center for the Arts with The Fred Barton Orchestra, and a stellar cast of Broadway singers and dancers directed by Scott Thompson.
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