For Immediate Press Release:

Bart Doerfler, Choreographer & Host for The Rainbow Revue

January 9, 2002 - West Hollywood, CA 

Rainbow Revue Enterprises, Inc., announces that Bart Doerfler has been hired to choreograph the dance numbers and act as one of four hosts for "The Rainbow Revue."

Following his featured performance in 1999's critically lauded production of "The Boys From Syracuse" for Reprise!, Bart has spent the better part of the year 2000 supporting teen-sensation Mandy Moore in music videos and with her ongoing world tour. He has also mounted several shows for Irwin Productions, a two hundred dancer event for ESPN, as well as a show for the millennium, which will be recreated in Las Vegas this year.

Bart is the creative force behind several successful stage events in Reno and Las Vegas, including over the top productions of "Eclipse," and "Country Fever." "Aireus," another one of Bart's shows, has been awarded the Nevada Theatrical Entertainment Award for Best Choreography and Best Show two years in a row.

Bart's most recent work includes choreographer for "The American Comedy Awards," on Comedy Central and the new FOX Television show, "Gregg the Bunny."

Matt Gatson, producer for the Rainbow Revue stated, "We are please that Bart has come to dance with us under the rainbow. He is a great talent and a wonderful human being. We are fortunate to have Bart as a member of "The Rainbow Revue."

Rainbow Revue Enterprises, Inc., a Lesbian/Gay/Bi/Transgendered focused company, was founded in August 2001. Its first production, "The Rainbow Revue," is a live variety show made up of L/G/B/T talent and is scheduled to debut next spring in Los Angeles.

"We have a vision of offering a road, a path, in which L/G/B/T talent can shine without the stigma or burden of pretense about their sexual orientation or gender identification." According to Gatson, "It is about offering quality entertainment from talented comics, singers, dancers and musicians that are a part of our community at the level of any of the great entertainers of our times."


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