ARTS Pick: “If I Sing”

Doug Schneider belts it out for the good of Live Arts. Doug Schneider belts it out for the good of Live Arts.

With more than 40 area theater productions under his belt, Doug Schneider can be called an institution. The UCLA-trained actor/singer/director/teacher is putting his star to good use as he mounts If I Sing, a two-night, showtune-studded cabaret featuring Greg Harris and the Tom Collins Trio, with all proceeds going to support Live Arts.

Friday and Saturday 9/14 and 9/15. $25-50, 8pm. Live Arts, City Center for Contemporary Arts, 123 E. Water St., Downtown Mall. 977-4177.

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