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See Jane Lynch Sing Live In Carmel

By Charlotte Robinson, September 26, 2015
Emmy & Golden Globe Award winner Jane Lynch will be appearing at the Sunset Center on Saturday September 26th located on San Carlos Street at 9th Avenue in downtown Carmel-by-the-Sea in California at 8P. With her magnificent comedic timing, luminous stage presence & remarkable wit don’t miss this fabulous show. Best known as the one-liner powerhouse coach Sue Sylvester on Fox's hit television series Glee, Lynch cut her theatrical teeth at The Second City, Steppenwolf Theatre & in many church basements all over the greater Chicago-land area. However our LGBT community will always love her for her lesbian break OUT role in "Best In Show" & The L Word. Lynch earned an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress & a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for her role on Glee. Jane Lynch can currently be seen hosting NBC's Hollywood Game Night & starring as the lead in this fall's new CBS sitcom, “Angel From Hell”. Jane stated, "I do revel in performing live. I love the interaction with the audience. I love how they're like another component of the experience & you don't have that with television & film. The live stuff, it surprised me how much I missed it because I hadn't really missed it. When I did Annie, I had such a blast. I love theater, I love theater people, I love putting on my own makeup, I love the schedule, I love everything about it. And now I'm having the exact same fun doing this cabaret show all over the country." Arrive at 7PM for a season opener complimentary champagne & Marich Premium Chocolates reception in the theater lobby!
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