An unforgettable evening benefiting The Trevor Project will take place tonight, February 15.

The event will be held at “supperclub los angeles” with full red carpet, acrobatic entertainment, and the main event, a dance performance by celebrity choreographer Laurieann Gibson, star of E! Entertainment’s newest reality series, “The Dance Scene”. ‘The Dance Scene,’ which begins airing in April 2011, will be filming at the event. There is a suggested donation of $40 at the door for general admission.

Among the stars expected to attend the event are TR Knight (Actor, “Grey’s Anatomy”), Sarah Mitchell (The Dance Scene, Burlesque, more), Tom Schanley (Mel Gibson’s “How I Spent My Summer Vacation”, Castle, Dexter), Barry W. Levy (Hawaii-Five-O, The Cape), Chelsea Traille (Burlesque), Roopashree Jeevaji (Outsourced, Hollywood Whores), Jeremy Shada (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Cloudy with Chance of Meatballs), Saige Ryan Campbell (I Heart Huckabees, House, Entourage), Kherington Payne (The Dance Scene, Fame, So You Think You Can Dance), Paula Van Oppen (The Dance Scene, Burlesque, Friends with Benefits), Zach Callison (Hannah Montana, I’m With the Band), Jennessa Rose (Crazy Stupid Love, Ponyo), Juliana Rose (Pretty Little Liars, Disney’s Prom), Melody Thornton (Pussycat Dolls), Keltie Colleen (Reality TV Personality, “Rockettes, Rockstars & Rockbottom”), Sean Kanan (Young & the Restless, The Karate Kid III), Jake Busey (Cross (2011), Enemy of The State), Michael Fallon (James Ellroy’s L.A.: City of Demons), Jordan Monaghan (True Jackson – Kelsey) and many more.

The event venue – supperclub los angeles – can be found at 6675 Hollywood Blvd. Doors open at 7pm.

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