STAGE TUBE: West End Star Danielle Hope Discusses Teaching, Oz, Career & More
In a wide-ranging interview, The Wizard of Oz and Les Miserables star Danielle Hope looks back on her last two West End shows as well as discusses some upcoming projects and her own foray into teaching aspiring performers as well on BBC Radio Oxford.
Danielle has just finished a very successful year as Eponine in Cameron Mackintosh's Les Miserables at the Queen's Theatre. Her professional debut was as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz at the London Palladium in February 2011, after capturing the hearts of the country and winning the BBC's smash hit Over The Rainbow having competed against over 9,000 girls. She studied on a three-month intensive Musical Theatre course at the Arts Education School, alongside the degree students.
Recording: Following her success on Over The Rainbow, Danielle also released a single of the song Over The Rainbow in aid of the BBC Performing Arts Fun and Prostate UK.
Television: Numerous appearance include The One Show (BBC), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV) and This Morning (ITV).
Danielle has performed at The Royal Variety Performance, the Macmillan Centenary Gala, presented at the Children's BAFTAs, and judged at the Stephen Sondheim Society Competition and Stiles and Drewe Best New Song Prize.
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