Photo Blast from the Past: Jennifer Cody & Lisa Gajda

Welcome to's 'Photo Blast From the Past' series. Featuring some of the collected theatre gem's of BroadwayWorld's own senior photographer Walter McBride, the series will feature images from his archives of theatre and Hollywood related gems.

Today, we're featuring Jennifer Cody and Lisa Gajda circa 2003. Cody's career began on the road as Dainty June in the touring production of Gypsy. She then began her lengthy career on the Broadway stage as a replacement in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats in the role of Rumpleteazer (after touring with the production). Her stage career continued to grow when she was featured in Grease as Cha-Cha, Beauty and the Beast as a Silly Girl, Seussical (opposite Rosie O'Donnell), The Pajama Game, Urinetown, Taboo.

Gajda made her Broadway debut in the 1995 revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Additional credits include: Chaplin, Catch Me If You Can, Finian's Rainbow, Pal Joey, Cry-Baby, The Times They are A-Changin' and Monty Python's Spamalot.

Photo Credit: Walter McBride

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Photo Blast from the Past: Jennifer Cody & Lisa Gajda
GYPSY IN THEIR SOULS... FLASHBACK Jennifer Cody (UrineTown Gypsy Robe Recipient) and Lisa Gajda (Taboo Gypsy Robe Recipient) both starring in TABOO, attending the Opening Night Gypsy Robe Ceremony for the New Broadway Musical WONDERFUL TOWN at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in New York City. November 23, 2003

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