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Dinner, dance, music — and ‘All That Jazz’

A scene from "All that Jazz" Chicago-style dance show Saturday at 151 Union Square in Grass Valley.
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The Truth or Dare dance troupe will give at “Chicago-style” performance at a dinner show 7 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday at 151 Union Square.

The show will feature an array of local talent, singing and dancing at the pub and restaurant, located at 151 Mill St., Grass Valley

Dressing up in the 1920s-era style is encouraged for the show, a one-time-only event.

Tickets are $40 and may be purchased by calling 530.205.9513.

Master of ceremonies for the show is magician Nick Fedoroff.

Vocal performances feature Cherisha Heart, Giacoma and Amy AcMoody.

Dancers are Jeremy AcMoody, Dori Delgado, Deb Plass, Jennifer Jean, Andy Cerrona, Leslie Ramos, Cosmo Merryweather and Autumn Katrina.

Roxie Hart will be played by Belle Star, who is also the co-producer of the show,

Velma Kelly is played by Heather Bewsee, show director, choreographer and producer.

Billy Flynn is played by “Dancing with Our Stars” winner Nick Katzman; Matron Mama Morton is played by Ivy Pera.

Dinner choices include chicken picatta or vegetarian polenta stack with roasted veggies, baby potatoes, green salad and dinner rolls.

Apple crisp with whipped cream or triple chocolate chip brownies with raspberry sauce of will be served after the show, when guests will be able to meet the performers.

This is an adults-only event. You must be 21 to attend.

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