Joseph Leo Bwarie “My Funny Valentine” concert – Garry Marshall Theatre

Garry Marshall Theatre revs up the romance with Broadway star Joseph Leo Bwarie in the nonprofit theatre’s winter fundraising concert My Funny Valentine.

Record-holder for the most performances as ‘Frankie Valli’ in the award-winning musical Jersey Boys and pop big-band recording artist, Bwarie, known widely on XMradio Siriusly Sinatra, will take the stage for two exclusive concerts with his live 9-piece Good Stuff Band featuring Grammy-nominated and all-star musicians.

Tuesday, February 13 and Wednesday, February 14 at 8pm, with special guests to be announced, My Funny Valentine redefines the American songbook from Johnny Mercer to Rihanna. The Good Stuff Band is Mike Cottone (trumpet), Brian Scanlon (alto saxophone), Kirsten Edkins (tenor saxophone), Ermuelito Navarro (trombone), Josh Nelson (piano), Zane Carney (guitar), Brian Ward (bass), Terry Schonig (percussion) and musical director, one of Broadway’s most sought after drummer Jared Schonig with arrangements by legendary hit-maker Charles Calello (Barbra Streisand, Frankie Valli, Neil Diamond, Laura Nyro).

Bwarie is one of the Artistic Directors at the Garry Marshall Theatre, now in its inaugural season.

Tickets, starting at $75, are available by calling (818) 955-8101 or visiting Proceeds support the Inaugural Season at the Garry Marshall Theatre.




“My Funny Valentine” Concert

Starring Joseph Leo Bwarie and The Good Stuff Band

A fundraiser for the Garry Marshall Theatre



Tuesday, February 13, 2018


~ and ~

Valentine’s Day – Wednesday, February 14, 2018




90 minutes


WHERE: Garry Marshall Theatre, 4252 W Riverside Drive, Burbank, CA 91505



$75 General

$100 VIP (includes prime seating, champagne and chocolates)

$150 Exclusive VIP (includes prime seating, champagne and chocolates, signed CD and poster)



Box Office: (818) 955-8101



Twitter: @GMTheatre_org

Instagram: @garrymarshalltheatre


Pauline Adamek

Pauline Adamek is a Los Angeles-based arts enthusiast with twenty-five years' experience covering International Film Festivals and reviewing new Theatre, Film and Restaurants.


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