Tony Award Nominated actress and singer Anita Gillette presents a wonderful evening of music and memories, while taking an intimate, touching, and hilarious look behind the scenes from Broadway to Hollywood in her new One Woman show After All. An autobiographical work, After All takes audiences backstage with Gillette as a young showgirl starting out in the original cast of Gypsy with Ethel Merman onwards into the worlds of David Merrick and Gower Champion in Carnival through a building career that leads to a Tony nominated performance in the Neil Simon comedy Chapter Two. From Major Feature films playing roles such as Ms. Mona in Moonstruck, co-starring in hit television shows like Quincy and Game Show classics, to playing Tina Fey's Mother in 30 ROCK, Gillette will surprise and delight in this musical celebration that is certain to entertain. Anita Gillette is a Broadway veteran with fourteen Broadway shows to her credit, including Chapter Two (Tony Nomination, La Drama Critics Award) Cabaret, Carnival, Gypsy, Guys & Dolls, Don't Drink The Water, All American, Jimmy, They're Playing Our Song, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Mr. President, The Gay Life, Kelly, Showboat And Encores' Bloomer Girl And 70 Girls 70. She had major roles in the following films: Shall We Dance (With Richard Gere), Boys On The Side, Larger Than Life, (Bill Murray's Mother) The Guru, (With Bobby Canavale) She's The One, (Jennifer Aniston's Mother) Bob Roberts, (Jack Black's Mother) The Great New Wonderful, Hiding Victoria, The Last Adam, Bum Rap, Charlie Hoboken And Undertow. Direction is by award winning New York cabaret veteran Barry Kleinbort who has also directed and written special musical materials for Kaye Ballard, Regis Philbin, Marcia Lewis, Mary Cleere Haran, John Epperson (aka: Lypsinka), Donna Murphy, the late Jerry Orbach, Karen Mason, Brent Barrett, Harolyn Blackwell, Heather MacRae, and many others.
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12 Palace StreetLondonSW1E 5JA
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