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Where Have I Been All Your Life? program    Where Have I Been All Your Life?
a musical memoir with Ed Wells, piano
Saturday, June 8th, 1996, Kendall Center for the Arts




`Where have I Been All Your Life. . . . . . the sequel' program    Where have I Been All Your Life. . . . . the sequel
a musical memoir with Doug Hammer, keyboards
Saturday, November 1, 1997, Kendall Center for the Arts




`Love Songs for Dummies - Romance for the rest of us!' program    Love Songs for Dummies - Romance for the rest of us!
a musical memoir with Nina Vansuch
and Doug Hammer, keyboards
Saturday, May 30, 1998, Kendall Center for the Arts




Jump Jive & Wail! flyer    JUMP JIVE & WAIL! - An Evening of Swing & Song
Featuring:   Nina Vansuch, vocalist
  Doug Hammmer, keyboards
  Bob Thomas & Idy Codington, Dancers;
Belmont High School Jazz Ensemble and Chorus members
Kendall Center Swing Dance Students.
Saturday, May 1, 1999, Belmont High School
To benefit the Kendall Center for the Arts

This program is funded by the Belmont Cultural Council
and the Foundation for Belmont Education




At The Movies at Arci's, 01/20/01    AT THE MOVIES
Will McMillan    Michael Ricca    Nina Vansuch    Brian Patton
Saturday, January 20, 2001    11:00 PM
ARCI's   450 Park Avenue South    NY
www.atmmusic.biz




At The Movies at Boston Public Library, 06/12/01    Boston Public Library / Faneuil Branch
AT THE MOVIES Cabaret Night with
Will McMillan, Brian Patton (piano), Michael Ricca & Nina Vansuch
Tuesday Evening, June 12, 2001 at 7 p.m.

This sparkling cabaret revue celebrates movie music from the 50s and 60s with lush harmonies, playful staging, and new spins on old favorites by Bacharach, Mancini, John Lennon & McCartney, and others.
      The four performers bring strong individual backgrounds and character to the show. McMillan was a founding member of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and has become the Director of Public Relations for the Cabaret Connection, which he founded, at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education. Having appeared locally with the New Repetory Theatre, Centastage, and Speakeasy Stage Company, Ricca is incorporating his strong musical theater background into cabaret. Vansuch has worked in all aspects of the arts, including writing, illustration, sculpture and performing. Patton is a singer, dancer, actor, pianist, choral arranger and teacher.


Presented in part by a grant from the Boston Arts Lottery, an agency of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.



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