Performance - 'The 1017 Club: A 1930s Revue' Featuring Hollywood Actor and Singer Johnny Crawford
The UA Archive Ensemble, under the direction of Keith Pawlak, presents "The 1017 Club: A 1930s Revue." Experience the 1930s in a stage production fused with the music, intrigue and sensuality of a typical metropolitan cabaret of the time period. The all-star cast highlighting the show includes Hollywood actor and popular singer Johnny Crawford. Also appearing will be magician Michael Howell, dancer Bunny Boom Boom and guitarist Skip Heller. (Adult themes and nudity – for audiences of mature high schoolers and above.)
Johnny Crawford is a Hollywood actor, singer, and band leader. In 1955, at the age of 9, he became one of Walt Disney’s original Mouseketeers. At age 13 he received an Emmy nomination for his role in the western TV series "The Rifleman." His lengthy career has resulted in appearances in more than 250 television productions, 15 movies and 12 plays. Since 1992 he has led a 1930s dance band, which recently released a CD titled "Sweepin’ the Clouds Away."