Hamilton Benefit 2002 --
You Gotta Have Friends 2

Live Performance, April 13, 2002

YOU GOTTA HAVE FRIENDS 2
Presented by 
FRIENDS OF MUSICAL THEATRE 

including performances by Scott Bakula and Chelsea Field

Info on This Years Benefit

Helene's Video of the 2002 Reception  
--
updated June 15, 2002 with SASE info

Anita's Report from 2001 Benefit

Anita's Report from 2002 Benefit -- 
now up at Trudy's Completely Scott site

and

Pictures can be found at 
the Project Quantum Leap Picture Album

How to get Helene's Video of the 2002 Reception

Benefit Information
Contact Information
Area Information
Check the Forecast
Reports from Last Year

FRIENDS OF MUSICAL THEATRE PRESENTS

"YOU GOTTA HAVE FRIENDS 2"

A Benefit For The Musical Theatre At The Hamilton Academy Of Music

Saturday Evening, April 13,
2002 ONLY
7:30 P.M.

Norman J Pattiz Concert Hall
Hamilton High School
2955 South Robertson Blvd.
Los Angeles, Ca 90034

 (just north of the Santa Monica Freeway) 

On Saturday evening, April 13, 2002 at 7:30 p.m., Friends of Musical Theatre proudly presents "YOU GOTTA HAVE FRIENDS 2," the second annual all-star benefit for the Musical Theatre Program of the Hamilton High
School Academy of Music. 

STARRING:

Hamilton parent-celebs include Scott Bakula (Star Trek, Quantum Leap), Charlene Tilton (Dallas), Chelsea Field (André), Paul Kreppel (It's A Living), Kate Wright (A Chorus Line), and Los Angeles
theatre favorite Lenny Wolpe are among those scheduled to appear. Also scheduled to perform are Rene Auberjonois (Star Trek, Little Mermaid),
Robby Benson (Beauty and the Beast) and Karla DeVito (vocalist with Meatloaf), Sandahl Bergman (Conan and Fosse), Ron Dennis (A Chorus Line), Ilene Graff (Mr. Belvedere), ventriloquist Jay Johnson (Soap), Ted Lange
(The Love Boat), Gerry McIntyre (Forbidden Broadway), tap dancer Mark Mendonca, actor Stu Pankin, singers Mike and Elaine Campbell, and jazz saxophone great Tom Peterson.

Ticket prices for YOU GOTTA HAVE FRIENDS 
$40 (for Hamilton students), to 
$60 for reserved seats. 
For $75 "Best Friends" will be seated in the first 5 rows of center seats. 
Admission to the show includes an after-show reception with the cast. 

Tickets may be purchased by calling Gay Gootkin at Friends of Musical Theatre: 323-933-4363. Checks, cash, and Visa or MasterCard are accepted.

For Ticket Information, Please Call 323-933-4363

Location:
2955 S. Robertson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90034-3116
just north of the I-10E. freeway, a bit east of I-405
Map at bottom of page

The Weather Channel's Forecast for LA for the weekend
thanks to Emma

Hamilton Academy's Information web page

Culver Hotel Website

A good place to get better prices at the Culver Hotel

A bit more information on the Culver Hotel

Yet another web page on the Culver Hotel

Map of surrounding area, including Culver Hotel, School, Best Western and other unidentified hotels (these are the little beds on the map)

A lot of Los Angeles Area information, including Airport maps, shuttles, tourist stuff, andthe five day forecast can still be found at the old Love Letters Glendale page

Necessities in the area


More area info can be found at mapquest.com
Do a search for 2955 S. Robertson Blvd. and when the map comes up, click on the Lodging button below the map.

Scott and Chelsea in Live Performance in LA
Scott Bakula and wife Chelsea Field were among the featured performers in a show benefiting the Hamilton Academy of Music in Los Angeles on February 24, 2001. Scott and Chelsea sang and danced live on stage. 
thanks to Ilene Graff

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