DESPERATELY seeking dancers: The Warner Theatre is currently being restored to its Twenties-era grandeur, and for this September's gala reopening, the search is on for members of the theater's original Roxyettes dance troupe -- the Rockettes of Washington. If you have any info on IN THE WINGS the whereabouts of a Roxyette, call 223-2922.
THE YOUNG Peoples Musical Theatre of Detroit is bringing us "Ace," a musical about the life and times of 1950s R&B legend Johnny Ace for two performances (Saturday at 8 and Sunday at 4) at the Duke Ellington School for the Arts Theatre. The event benefits First Love, a transitional home for abandoned babies awaiting foster homes or adoption, and is sponsored by the D.C. chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women. Call 432-0200.
WE DON'T usually look to Atlantic City for theater stuff, but if Fourth of July festivities are taking you to the Jersey Shore, here's two items of note: The Trump Plaza casino is opening its version of the you-are-there comedy "Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding" (800/753-0014); and comedienne/actress Roseanne Barr is making her Atlantic City debut at the Trump Castle July 5-8 (800/233-4050).