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Wanda's Picks Radio Show Rebroadcast

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1. Melvin Brown: Movin’ Melvin will take you on a musical journey of his life through Black Music history from 50’s to 90’s…Singing,Tap-dancing and Clogging, Storytelling, and Comedy. Covering everything from Gospel, Soul and Rhythm & Blues, Jazz, the infectious song and dance show has the audience movin' and groovin' along, with songs of Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, James Brown, Jackie Wilson and more, as well as his original songs. Melvin tap-dances from Bo Jangles to Gregory Hines styles in his unique way and he clogs to Texas music. The 22nd Annual San Francisco Fringe Festival runs for 14 days, September 6-21, 2013, at the EXIT Theatreplex, 156 Eddy Street, in downtown San Francisco.  This year, the run is longer (14, rather than 12 days) and extended to include three weekends.  The only days the theatre is dark are Mondays. Tickets for the 14-day San Francisco Fringe Festival, Sept. 6-21, are $10 (or less) at the door (cash only) and $12.99 (or less) online.  The ten-show Frequent Fringer pass is $75, and a five-show pass is $45. The EXIT Theatreplex is within walking distance of Union Square and the Powell Street BART station.  For complete listings of venues, shows and times, go to www.sffringe.org.  Or call the fringe hotline at (415) 673-3847.  2. JIHAN SABIR (Ensemble/Judge/ Paulette Understudy) is super stoked to be doing Legally Blonde at Woodminster Amphitheatre! Originally from the East Bay, Jihan studied musical theatre at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in Los Angeles. Credits include: Rent, Hairspray, Once on this Island, Legally Blonde, Parade, Finian’s Rainbow and 9 to 5. She wants to thank all her family and friends who supported her. This her second time doing Legally Blonde! She can’t wait to “Go be Legally Blonde again!”