STAMFORD, Conn. — City professionals and business people will once again tango and cha-cha their way across the stage at Stamford’s Palace Theater in “Curtain Call’s Dancing with the Stars.”
The fundraiser for the local theater company will be hosted by WABC meteorologist Bill Evans.
Lou Ursone, executive director of Curtain Call, said in a press release: "As a life-long Stamford resident and member of the arts community here, I can't tell you how exciting it is to see this outpouring of support from our community to help keep our community theatre strong."
This is the sixth year of the event and there will be several winners, the release said. There will be Judges Choice Awards for the best male and female dancers and Peoples Choice Awards for the male and female dancers with the most “votes.” Each $10 donation is worth one vote.
The final event takes place May 18. Tickets and sponsorship opportunities went on sale Thursday. Visit the “Special Events” tab on Curtain Call’s website for more information.
Here is the list of dance teams for this year: Stamford’s Nicole Faugno of Noble Salon with Michael Powers of Arthur Murray, White Plains; Stamford’s Nancy Freedman of Stamford All School Musical with Moises Guerrero of Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich; Stamford’s John J. Hickey III of Richard's of Greenwich with Christine Georgopulo of Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich; New Canaan’s Kevin Leville of Day 3 Health with Collin Klaene of Dance With Me, Stamford; Stamford’s Donna Ormond of Valerie Wilson Travel with Lou Lopez of Latin Moves Dance Studio; Stamford’s Nagi Osta of Nagi Jewelers with Rosa Fanelli of Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich; Stamford’s Fran Pastore of WBDC, Inc. with Thomas Varian of Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich; Stamford’s Andrew Rowley of RBS GBM, Americas with Kelly Butler of Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich; Weston’s Cari Shapiro of Ross Stores with Ronny Dutra of Dance With Me, Stamford; Darien’s Jill Tomasello of Advanced Physical Therapy Center with Ivan Angelkovski of Dance With Me, Stamford; Stamford’s Dr. Nolan Zeide of Bull's Head Pet Hospital with Meredith Landphair of Dance With Me, Stamford.
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