(One-liner) Vernel Bagneris hosts the 35th Anniversary Celebration of “One Mo’ Time!” with the original cast and past cast members and musicians who are now themselves headliners. (Extended version) In 1978, the “One Mo’ Time” show opened for “one night only” in New Orleans, but today continues to be performed at theaters around the country. In its 35 years, the show has spawned 7 touring companies nationally and internationally, while attaining a run on Broadway, the West End in London and a Royal Command Performance for the Queen of England. The original cast album received a nomination for a Grammy. The show remains one of the “10 Longest Running Off-Broadway Shows” in theater history. The 35th Anniversary Celebration brings together performers and musicians of past companies, in a salute to the success of the show which, in many cases, started them on the road to their own celebrated careers. Long before “The Wire” and “Treme”, Clark Peters was a sensation replacing Vernel Bagneris on the West End in London, performing with original cast members Topsy Chapman and Thais Clark. Wanda Rouzan and Sandra Reaves Philips toured the show to multiple U.S. cities with Vernel before settling into a long run in Australia. The show enjoyed an unbelievable 6 years run in New Orleans with Barbara Shorts, Lillian Boutte and Sharon Nabonne, and Steve Pistorius on the piano. Herlin Riley’s first professional job as a drummer was the West End production of “One Mo’ Time” show. Mark Braud made his Broadway debut along with clarinetist Orange Kellin, the show’s original music director. Lionel Ferbos, now 102, was the original trumpet player, and plans to sing a song or two, in celebration. All of the songs from the show, as well as a few from its sequel “Further Mo’” will be performed by these singers and musicians assuring a “A Hot Time In the Ole Town”.