Last Call at the Downbeat, an original show about Jazz pioneer Dizzy Gillespie’s famous stint at Philadelphia’s Downbeat nightclub in November of 1942, will open in the Red Room of the Society Hill Playhouse — 507 South 8th Street in Philadelphia — on Friday April 5th and run through the first two weekends in April (International Jazz Month) ending on April 13th as part of PIFA, the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. Tickets for the show are $25, and show time is 8 p.m. Further information: contact 610-745-3011. For advance tickets, visit PIFA or Jazz Bridge.org online.
Jim Miller added this event on February 16, 2013
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