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The Jimmy Awards Celebrate High School Musical Theatre in July's Playbill Presents
The Jimmy Awards Celebrate High School Musical Theatre in July's "On Stage Across America"
July's "On Stage Across America" takes a look at the 2014 Jimmy Awards, which featured 56 high school musical theatre performers who competed locally for an invitation to perform and compete at NYC's Minskoff Theatre. Andy Karl, Orfeh and Tommy Tune were on hand to celebrate the new generation of talent that will soon be taking over Broadway stages. For more information on "On Stage Across America" (co-presented by Playbill) check local listings.
Rocky's Andy Karl Takes the Stage at Broadway in Bryant Park: Playbill Presents
Rocky's Andy Karl Takes the Stage at Broadway in Bryant Park: "Yo! Playbill.com!"
Rocky star Andy Karl took video camera in hand to get an onstage (and backstage) view of the massive crowd that turned out for week one of 2014's 106.7 FM's Broadway in Bryant Park series. After a thundering "Hi Playbill.com!" shout from the legion of Broadway fans in attendance, Karl, Margo Seibert and Terence Archie ran through three of the show's Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty penned tunes including the rousing "Fight From the Heart." Read the Playbill story.
No Carbon Copy: Cloned! is a Unique NYMF Pick Playbill Presents
No Carbon Copy: Cloned! is a Unique NYMF Pick
NYMF's Cloned! opened rehearsal room doors for a sneak peek. Billed as "a two of a kind musical" and set in the Bill Clinton-era '90s, the musical follows the path of Wally (Alex Goley), an egghead who engages in weird science hijinks and mistakenly creates a clone of himself (Eric Mann) while building a teleporter. Can NYC contain two identical egomaniacs? Book is by Jacey Powers and Dan Wolpow. Music is by Adam Spiegel and lyrics are by Dan Wolpow. Additional story is by Adam Spiegel. See NYMF selection Zombie Strippers in rehearsal.
Pump Boys and Dinettes Pump Up the Volume in Musical Preview Playbill and the Players
Pump Boys and Dinettes Pump Up the Volume in Musical Preview
Jordan Dean, Hunter Foster, Mamie Parris, Randy Redd, Katie Thompson and Lorenzo Wolff met the press to perform two selections from the upcoming Encores! Off-Center production of Pump Boys and Dinettes. The show premiered Off-Broadway at the Chelsea West Side Arts Theatre in July 1981 and began a Broadway run in February 1982. It has been a regional favorite since then. Here, the cast gives a sample of the country, blues, gospel and bluegrass inflected score as they run through "Highway 57" and "Mamaw." Performances are Jul 16 – 19. See details of the Broadway production.
Pump Boys and Dinettes (and Their Director) Talk Encores! Off-Center Playbill and the Players
Pump Boys and Dinettes (and Their Director) Talk Encores! Off-Center
Stars Jordan Dean, Hunter Foster, Mamie Parris, Randy Redd, Katie Thompson and director Lear deBessonet met the press to chat about the upcoming Encores! Off-Center production of Pump Boys and Dinettes, which features a score rife with blues, country, bluegrass, funk and gospel influences. The show had an Off-Broadway and Broadway run in the early '80s, and since has become a regional favorite. Performances are Jul 16 – 19. See a musical preview of the show.
Revolution in the Elbow… Previews Heady Tunes Playbill and the Players
Revolution in the Elbow… Previews Heady Tunes
Revolution in the Elbow of Ragnar Agnarsson Furniture Painter is a world premiere musical by Ívar Páll Jónsson (music and lyrics) based on a story by Ívar and Gunnlaugur Jónsson which begins performances July 28 Off-Broadway at the Minetta Lane Theatre. Playbill was on hand for a musical preview of the show in which a prosperity machine makes life grand for all the residents of Elbowville — for short time at least. The cast includes Cady Huffman,
 Kate Shindle, Brad Nacht, Patrick Boll and more. Bergur Ţór Ingólfsson directs. See more info here.
Zombie Strippers Proves Sexy Ladies Love Playbill and the Players
Zombie Strippers Proves Sexy Ladies Love "Brains"
Billboard charting pop star Sariah ("Deep N Luv") stars in Mark LaPierre's new musical Zombie Strippers which plays July 21, July 25 and July 26 at the Ford Foundation Studio Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center as part of the 2014 edition of the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Here, Playbill takes a rehearsal room peek at the dance-pop show and what are, without a doubt, the sexiest zombies walking. Diane Englert directs with choreography by Kelby Brown. Music direction is by Andrew Wheeler. Take a look at NYMF's "Music Lives Here" photo series.
Meet the VERY Wacky Contestants in a Very Unusual Pageant Playbill and the Players
Meet the VERY Wacky Contestants in a Very Unusual Pageant
Directed by Matt Lenz, Pageant is a drag competition musical that lets the audience vote to select the winner for each performance. Here, Playbill interviwed the zany contestants played by Alex Ringler, Marty Thomas, Nick Cearley (The Skivvies), Nic Cory (Signs of Life), Seth Tucker (Our Kiki) and Curtis Wiley (Motown) to get a glimpse at which one might be the frontrunner to take home the glittering tiara. Read the Playbill story.
Kit Kat Boys Delve into the Darkest Depths Backstage at Cabaret Playbill Backstage
Kit Kat Boys Delve into the Darkest Depths Backstage at Cabaret
Caleb Damschroder and Dylan Paul — who play Kit Kat Boys and also play musical instruments in Cabaret — took Playbill on a tour of Studio 54 where the revival of the John Kander and Fred Ebb classic plays eight shows a week. The pair explored the house (seats were removed so tables and chairs could be brought in to create an authentic cabaret experience) and backstage where the show's unseen magic takes place. See Cabaret stars chat about the sexual politics of the show.
Broadway Impact Tirelessly Takes 8 to the Masses Playbill Pride
Broadway Impact Tirelessly Takes 8 to the Masses
Rory O'Malley, Gavin Creel and Jenny Kanelos were thrilled with Barack Obama's election, but on that same day Prop 8 was passed in the state of California. Wanting to help fight the law which eliminated the right for same-sex couples to marry, the trio founded Broadway Impact. The organization is dedicated to producing Dustin Lance Black's play 8 all across the nation and the world. Here, O'Malley, Creel and Kanelos talk about the play and what it means for people — gay or straight — everywhere. See the Angels of Kinky Boots talk about the positive and prideful messages of the hit show.
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