"Try to Remember," a variety show featuring music, dance, comedy and drama is planned Sunday, April 21, at the Westport Center for Senior Activities.

The second annual show will feature actor James Naughton -- star of stage, screen and television -- as master of ceremonies.

Acts on the bill include regional performers and Broadway veterans, according to the show's sponsors, Friends of the Westport Center for Senior Activities.

The show is scheduled at 2 p.m.. Tickets are $20 and have gone on sale.

Musical acts will include the Chris Coogan Trio performing jazz; Carole Schweid of the original cast of "A Chorus Line;" Carrie Pine; and folk singer Suzanne Sheridan;

On the light side, David Rogers will perform a Shakespearean parody he has written.

Veteran television actor Scott Bryce and his wife, Broadway veteran Jodi Stevens, will perform a dramatic reading.

The show is being produced by Westport's Doris Storm Jacoby.

A Connecticut native, the MC Naughton is a Westport favorite.

On Broadway, Naughton won Tony Awards for Best Actor in a Musical for "City of Angels" (1990) and "Chicago" (1996).

His feature-film credits include "The Paper Chase," "First Wives Club," "The Devil Wears Prada," "Factory Girl" and others.

He also had played dozens of TV roles in comedy, drama and adventure series.

Tickets are available by cash or check only at the Westport Center for Senior Activities, 21 Imperial Ave. For more information, call 203-341-5099.

More Information

'Try to Remember'
What: Variety show with music, dance, comedy, drama
When: Sunday, April 21, 2 p.m.
Where: Westport Center for Senior Activities, 21 Imperial Ave.
Tickets: $20, cash or check only, at thesenior center.
Info: 203-341-5099