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WAKE UP with BWW 5/13/14 - Fantasia, THE PAJAMA GAME, Lea Michele and More!

Good morning, BroadwayWorld! Because we know all our readers eat, sleep and breathe Broadway, what could be better than waking up to it? Today's big news: Fantasia returns to AFTER MIDNIGHT as its guest star tonight!

TODAY'S TOP ITEMS:

WHAT YOU MISSED YESTERDAY:

Broadway Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy this morning with showers in the evening. High of 68 degrees.

Quote of the Day: The play RED on discernment and significance...

"Everyone likes everything nowadays. They like the television and the phonograph and the shampoo and the soda pop and the Cracker Jack. Everything becomes everything else and it's all nice and pretty and LIKABLE. Everything is fun in the sun! Where's the discernment? Where's the arbitration that separates what I LIKE from what I RESPECT, what I deem WORTHY, what has... listen to me now... SIGNIFICANCE."
-- John Logan, Red (via Goodreads)

What we're listening to: Lea Michele's BRUNETTE AMBITION audio book. Sometimes it might be hard to separate Michele from her character on GLEE, but her new book is literally in her own voice. It's all about empowerment and beauty and is billed as "part memoir, part how-to, and part style guide". We're excited to check it out!

WAKE UP with BWW 5/13/14 - Fantasia, THE PAJAMA GAME, Lea Michele and More!

And finally a Happy Birthday shout-out to Hunter Parrish, turning 27, and Zoe Wanamaker, who hits 65 today!

Parrish, known for his role on Showtime's long-running series Weeds, has starred on Broadway in Spring Awakening and Godspell. He will next be seen on the big screen in Still Alice and Hell of a View, and his past movie credits include Gone, It's Complicated, Paper Man, 17 Again and more.

Wanamaker is currently starring in Stevie at the Chichester Festival. She last appeared at Chichester in Electra in 1997, winning an Olivier Award and Tony Award nomination following its transfer to the West End and Broadway. Other theatre credits include the West End productions Passion Play and All My Sons, as well as Much Ado About Nothing at the National Theatre. She has also appeared in off-Broadway's Loot. Her screen credits include Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and My Family.

WAKE UP with BWW 5/13/14 - Fantasia, THE PAJAMA GAME, Lea Michele and More!
Zoe Wanamaker (Photo by Richard Young/Rex/Rex USA) and
Hunter Parrish (Photo by Walter McBride)

See you bright and early tomorrow, BroadwayWorld!

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