I have seen Imelda Staunton in Gypsy tonight. She is quite simply sublime! Feel very privileged to have seen it.
Gypsy Nights by Christine Fournier
I have watched Natalie Woods film of Gypsy over and over. My husband and I are big theatre goers and I have said for a long long time that Gypsy should come to the Liverpool Empire and that Bill Kenwright should stage it. Please please please can this come upto Liverpool as not everyone can travel to London!!!!! That would be a rare tour with the original West End star giving her five star performance from Plymouth to Aberdeen. Your email address will not be published.
And Mr. When Ms. There is no separation at all between song and character, which is what happens in those uncommon moments when musicals reach upward to achieve their ideal reasons to be. At the St. James Theater, West 44th Street, Manhattan; Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes.
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Clara-Liis is a graduate of Reed College. Ithica is over the moon and back again to be playing Mazeppa, and to be performing with Broadway Rose again, this time, on the mainstage! She has appeared on Grimm and The Librarians as well as commercials and voiceover work for Nike.
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Danielle is happy to be back in her second show at Broadway Rose. Danielle holds a degree in music performance which carries over onstage and in her passion for working with youth in music and theatre. Ryleigh is making her Broadway Rose debut. She has studied dance and musical theatre with Danceworks Performing Arts for five years, where she has been a part of their performance company.
When not performing, she enjoys training her mini-pig, Flora Belle. Mitchell is beyond excited to be making his Oregon acting debut with the wonderful Broadway Rose Theatre Company. He loves Oregon so far and plans to stay for a while.
While he is not on stage, he enjoys spending quality time with his family, friends, and pups. He also loves cheering on the Chargers on Sundays. Sophie is very excited to be making her Broadway Rose debut in Gypsy.
Christine is so happy to be a part of Broadway Rose again, this time in Gypsy. She graduated from Western Oregon University with a B. Stephen recently retired from a year career in nonprofit fundraising. He was a starving actor until the age of 30, after receiving an M. He did more theatre while living in Boston, where he also played a role in the movie The Defection of Simas Kidurka starring Alan Arkin. He has done theatre in Oregon as his schedule permits, most recently doing a reading with his wife of The Occupant by Edward Albee.
He has lived in Oregon since with his wife, Chrisse Roccaro, a local actress, director, and teacher. She has worked with several local improv troupes and theatre companies including The Hot New Jam, Mt. Alex is thrilled to make his Broadway Rose debut in Gypsy.