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Gotta Get a Gimmick, Burlesque to Broadway Starring Quinn Lemley Debut's New York City


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Quinn lemley “Nails It Hard" says Naples Daily News and the trend continues as Gotta Get A Gimmick, Burlesque to Broadway goes live at BB King Blues Club and Grill, Wednesday, June 10th, 2009. Future concerts are scheduled from Florida to California and South America.

Famous for starring in her Iconic role as Rita Hayworth in The Heat Is On!, Lemley promises a theatrical extravaganza in Gimmick. A cast of 13 will take the stage with Quinn's “Redhots" , two Female Broadway stars plus Jamie Jackson, Star or Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Bette's Midler's arranger, Steve Rawlins, kicks up the 9 piece band orchestrations as brilliant as ever we have heard.

The producers aim to thrill bringing in award winning digital scenographer, Anaitte Vaccaro, who will incorporate fantastic multimedia for the productions concerts in major venues, such as the Kravis Center for the Arts and Mesa Arts Center. “Fans will be thrilled as characters, staging and chorus girls become a natural part of this theatrical spectacle," says Anaitte. The media is said to tantalize not just from a visual manner but audible.

Production reps are insuring BB's and the Kravis Centers for the Performing Arts 2200 patrons have a thrill. Director, Thom Garvey, best known for his recent accolades directing the intense play, Blade to the Knife" is said to be having a ball. “Terrific production and I'm thrilled - Audiences will love this show and it's packed with all the theatrical elements and incredible music people want. Quinn is a dream to work with and her Broadway singer dancers Ginamaria Trello and Elaine Hayhurst and incredible, singer, dancer and actors".

Jill Gorrie, Susan Strohman Prodigy, signed on to choreograph and her work is said to be thrilling. “I'm confident in the team on stage and off. Total passion radiates at every meeting and rehearsal. These artists are terrific and the audience will get more than their money worth and leave wanting more. Says producer, Paul Horton, President, Century Artists Management Agency LLC.

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