BWW TV Exclusive: Johnny and the Sprites w/ Sutton Foster
On January 20th at 10 AM, The Drowsy Chaperone and Tony Award-winning star Sutton Foster will guest star on John Tartaglia's Disney Channel show "Johnny and the Sprites." BroadwayWorld.com is pleased to bring you this special exclusive sneak peek video featuring these two stage favorites!
"Johnny and the Sprites," co-created by and starring Tartaglia (Beauty and the Beast, Avenue Q), concerns a singer/songwriter who is befriended by a bevy of fairylike creatures after moving to a house in the woods. Foster will play Johnny's younger sister Tina, and the two will duet on "It All Adds Up to My Sister," written by Altar Boyz lyricist Gary Adler.
"Johnny and the Sprites" also features Natalie Venetia Belcon - Tartaglia's former Avenue Q co-star - as Johnny's neighbor, and has original music written by theatre veterans Gary Adler, Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler (with at title song by Stephen Schwartz).
A two-time Tony Award-nominee for The Drowsy Chaperone and Little Women, Foster won a Tony for her performance in the title role of Thoroughly Modern Millie. Other Broadway credits include The Scarlet Pimpernal, Grease and Les Miserables.
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