STAGE TUBE: Dule Hill Talks AFTER MIDNIGHT & His Broadway Roots!
Actor Dulé Hill visited HuffPost Live to discuss his role in the Broadway musical, After Midnight, opening up about how he landed his first Broadway gig. Plus, Hill revealed the secret handshake that Martin Sheen taught him on the set of The West Wing. Check out the full interview below!
He said of his Broadway roots: "I was going through dance school in New Jersey, at Marie Wildey School of Dance in East Orange, New Jersey, which is still there by the way... And then Tap Dance Kid called my dance school, asking for kids who could sing and dance I auditioned and next thing I know, I was understudying Savion Glover on Broadway. And after that, about a few months later I was touring around the country with Harold Nicholas and the Nicholas Brothers and the bug kind of caught me at that point."
Producers Scott Sanders and Wynton Marsalis present After Midnight, directed and choreographed by Warren Carlyle and featuring the big-band sounds of nine-time Grammy Award-winner Wynton Marsalis' Jazz at Lincoln Center All-Stars. After Midnight is currenty playing at Broadway's Brooks Atkinson Theatre (256 W 47th St).
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