STAGE TUBE: On This Day 6/25- Hunter Foster
Welcome to BWW's ON THIS DAY Series celebrating theatrical birthdays, openings and special events that took place on this day in theatre history!
Happy Birthday, Hunter Foster! Foster is perhaps best known for playing "Bobby Strong" in Urinetown, for which he received nominations for an Outer Critics Circle Award and a Lucille Lortel Award in 2002. In 2003, Foster starred as "Seymour" in the Broadway revival of Little Shop of Horrors, for which he received his first Tony Award nomination. Foster also appeared as "Leo Bloom" in The Producers on Broadway, "Ensign Pulver" in Mister Roberts at the Kennedy Center, "Ben" in Modern Orthodox off-Broadway, and "Sam Phillips" in Million Dollar Quartet. He most recently appeared on Broadway in Hands on a Hardbody and The Bridges of Madison County.
In celebration of this day, we bring you 'Run, Freedom, Run!' as performed at the 2002 Tony Awards. Click below to check it out!
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