Friday, June 19, 2009 | 10:33 a.m.
- Sunday, June 21, 10 p.m.
- Liberace Museum, 1775 E. Tropicana Ave.
- Cost: $20
- 798-5595, ext. 14
The a cappella group Mosaic will be among the entertainers performing in a late night revue Sunday at the Liberace Museum.
In addition to Mosaic, the second monthly installment of "VS. - A Rock Cabaret" features:
- Travis Cloer and Leslie Goddard of “Jersey Boys”
- Pilita Danesh of “Sin City Heat”
- Kristen Hertzenberg of “Phantom”
- Erich Bergen and Kristofer McNeeley, another duo from “Jersey Boys”
The house band, under the direction of Joey Melotti (“Ultimate Manilow: The Hits”) includes Tom Barney, Sonny Emory and Mike Miller (with Bette Midler's “The Showgirl Must Go On”).
This monthly musical revue was launched in May to raise money for the Liberace Museum.
The show, billed as a combination rock show and cabaret, is hosted by Keely Vasquez and Ali Spuck.
Spuck is a Los Angeles Ovation Award nominated actress and singer. She recently finished a run of “Vanities” at the Pasadena Playhouse. She appeared in such films as “Gladiator” and “Snow Queen” and on stage in “Jekyll & Hyde,” “Grease” and “Buddy: the Buddy Holly Story.”
Vasquez is a Chicago based actress/singer dancer currently enjoying a long run in Vegas singing for Barry Manilow in “Ultimate Manilow: The Hits.”
Nominated for a Joseph Jefferson award for her first show in Chicago, “VICES,” her career includes stage, TV commercials and voiceover work.
For the last few years, she has performed with Barry Manilow on U.S. and international tours and appeared on many TV shows, including “The Today Show,” “Ellen” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”