Scintillating Stephen Sondheim Revue Opens Soon

By Falls Church Times Staff
September 29, 2013

Fresh off a sold out cabaret, Voices of Vantage last month, Dani Stoller returns to Creative Cauldron in Marry Me a Little when it begins its run on October 4 at ArtSpace Falls Church.  Performances are weekends through October 27: Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 2 pm and 7 pm.

Dani Stoller & Lou Steele in "Marry Me a Little" at Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace Falls Church.

Dani Stoller & Lou Steele in “Marry Me a Little” at Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace Falls Church.

Dani Stoller has charmed audiences in the past with her performances at Creative Cauldron in Helen Hayes Recommended Nevermore, Peter Pan and Wendy, and her one-woman show That Girl. She has also captivated audiences at 1st Stage, Wooly Mammoth, and the Kennedy Center.

In Creative Cauldron’s season opening production, Dani is joined by Washington, DC newcomer Lou Steele. Lou Steele, an accomplished actor, was seen most recently in the Capitol Fringe Festival playing Daniel in Love, NY. He’s also starred in regional productions of Legally Blonde, Sweeny Todd, and Hairspray and is the co-founder of the QuackenSteele Theatre Company in Alexandria and a member of Actors Equity.

Matt Conner directs Marry Me a Little, a charming and bittersweet revue of Stephen Sondheim trunk songs culled from some his most famous Broadway musicals. With musical accompaniment by Amy Conley, the talented cast will bring this unique collection of Stephen Sondheim’s songs to life in Creative Cauldron’s intimate, 90-seat black box theater.

Creative Cauldron is located at ArtSpace Falls Church, 410 S. Maple Avenue.  Tickets are $25 Adult and $22 Seniors/Students and can be purchased online at



September 29, 2013 


One Response to “Scintillating Stephen Sondheim Revue Opens Soon”

  1. Gary LaPorta on September 30th, 2013 8:25 pm

    The Falls Church Chamber of Commerce was privileged to enjoy a sneak peak of this exciting show at mixer last week. Dani and Lou are two very talented performers. I am looking forward to seeing “Marry Me a Little” lots.

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