Julia Murney, Christina Bianco & Paul Anthony Stewart Set for Broadway Ballyhoo, 12/18
Skipping Dec. 11, next week's edition of Scott Siegel's BROADWAY BALLYHOO stars: Julia Murney (Wicked, The Landing, Lennon, 2X Drama Desk Nominee) Paul Anthony Stewart (The Landing, Fiddler on the Roof, on TV: The Guiding Light, Daytime Emmy Winner) Randie Levine-Miller (Special Events Producer, Host, Entertainer) AND SPECIAL GUEST STAR... Christina Bianco (Drama Desk Nominee for Forbidden Broadway, YouTube Viral Phenom, recently seen on ELLEN) And More!
Scott Siegel's Broadway Ballyhoo, which features an entirely different show with different stars every week, will close out 2013 with a particularly starry cast. The long-running musical revue series, which will return to the Laurie Beechman Theatre to begin its second year there on January 8th, is delighted to present Broadway star Julia Murney, who portrayed Elphaba in Wicked,and has been twice nominated for Drama Awards (Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party and the drama, Falling). She will be joined by her recent co-star in the new John Kander Musical, The Landing, Paul Anthony Stewart, an Emmy winner for his performance in The Guiding Light. Also in the cast, the high profile producer/host/entertainer Randie Levine-Miller who has most recently been putting on stellar benefits to save The Actors Temple.
Finally, In her first live New York appearance since guest starring on national TV on ELLEN, Drama Desk Nominee Christina Bianco returns to the Broadway Ballyhoo. A sudden world-wide phenomenon, with MANY millions of hits on her YouTube videos, Bianco is making a special appearance in a show she performed in many times before becoming famous for her extraordinary ability to mimic just about every Broadway & pop star imaginable.
The Broadway Ballyhoo offers an amazing (and different) array of top-flight New York entertainment (almost) every week for just a $25 cover charge with a $15 food/beverage minimum.
Make your reservations for this, or any other upcoming Broadway Ballyhoo show (doors open at 10 PM, show begins at 10:45 PM) by calling 212-695-6909. The Laurie Beechman Theatre is downstairs at The West Bank Cafe, 407 West 42nd Street, just west of 9th Avenue.