Adrienne Warren Joins Bucks County Playhouse's AIN'T MISBEHAVIN', Beginning Next Month
Bucks County Playhouse is proud to welcome Adrienne Warren to the cast of AIN'T MISBEHAVIN, running August 14 through September 7, 2014.
Next month, the theater gets into full swing with the Tony Award-winning Best Musical AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'. Brother and sister team Aisha and Darius de Haas along with cast members, Adrienne Warren, Brandi Chavonne Massey, Max Kumangai, Alicia Lundgren, and Richard Riaz Yoder will have the audience snapping their fingers and tapping their toes to the songs of Fats Waller. Directed by Hunter Foster and choreographed by Lorin Lotarro, this
Broadway team will recreate the Golden Age of Harlem nightclubs with a show that features such classic songs as "Honeysuckle Rose," "Your Feets Too Big," and "Black and Blue."
ADRIENNE WARREN (Woman 2) was last seen on a NY stage making her Broadway debut originating the role of Danielle in the Tony Nominated Bring it On: the Musical. She was also seen at the Apollo Theater as Lorrell in Dreamgirls, followed by a national tour. Other New York theatre credits include: The Wiz at Encores City Center. She has toured and records with multi-platinum selling Trans-Siberian Orchestra in which she received her first Platinum and Gold records. She has been seen in live performances on The Today Show, The Wendy William's Show, America's Got Talent, the 67th Annual Tony Awards, and performed as well as recorded as a vocalist for the 2012 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. TV credits include: Orange is the New Black, Blue Bloods, People in New Jersey, Irreversible, Black Box, as well as national commercial and voiceover work.
Bucks County Playhouse, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, provides the finest theatrical entertainment for visitors and residents of New Hope, Doylestown, Lambertville and the Delaware Valley. Under the direction of Robyn Goodman and Alexander Fraser, its mission is to present first class professional entertainment and regain the Playhouse's historic place in the national theatrical landscape; and to stimulate, support, inspire and celebrate the performing arts via community programs, partnerships and arts education.
Located between Philadelphia and New York, Bucks County Playhouse opened in 1939 in a converted 1790 gristmill after a group of community activists, led by Broadway orchestrator Don Walker and playwright Moss Hart, rallied to save the building. The Playhouse quickly became one of the country's most famous regional theaters, featuring a roster of American theatrical royalty including Helen Hayes, Kitty Carlisle, Colleen Dewhurst, Shirley Booth, Lillian Gish, Grace Kelly, Robert Redford, Bert Lahr, Walter Matthau, Angela Lansbury, Bernadette Peters, Alan Alda, Tyne Daly, Liza Minnelli and Audra McDonald and remained in continuous operation until December 2010. In 2012, the Playhouse re-opened thanks to the efforts of the Bridge Street Foundation, the nonprofit family foundation of Kevin and Sherri Daugherty, and Broadway producer Jed Bernstein. Terrence McNally's Mothers and Sons, starring Tyne Daly, received its world premiere at the Playhouse in 2013 and opened on Broadway in February 2014, where it was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Play. This returned the Playhouse to its roots as an incubator for Broadway, including 1951′s The Fourposter starring Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn, Neil Simon's first play Come Blow Your Horn, and Barefoot in the Park starring Robert Redford and Elizabeth Ashley. The Bucks County Playhouse is located at 70 South Main Street in New Hope, PA. For more information, follow Bucks County Playhouse on Facebook and at their website, www.bcptheater.org.