VIDEO: FINDING NEVERLAND's Carolee Carmello Shares Her Dressing Room View
As one of the finest singer/actors working in musical theatre today, Carolee Carmello has seen her share of Broadway dressing rooms, so take her word for it when she says that being assigned to a room with a window is a rarity.
Sadly, with Finding Neverland's August 21st closing date arriving soon, Carmello won't be enjoying her Times Square view until perhaps the next time she finds herself performing at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, but before she says goodbye she offers fans a brief video tour of the street where she works.
Carmello's thrilling vocals have been gracing Broadway since she made her debut in CITY OF ANGELS, delivering strong dramatic turns in shows like 1776, PARADE, LESTAT and TUCK EVERLASTING and great comic chops in KISS ME, KATE, URINETOWN and THE ADDAMS FAMILY.
Carolee Carmello (@CaroleeCarmello) August 10, 2016
Finding Neverland plays at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (205 West 46th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenues). To purchase tickets and for more information, please visitwww.FindingNeverlandTheMusical.com.
Finding Neverland follows playwright J.M. Barrie as he summons the courage to become the writer - and the man - he yearns to be. Barrie finds the inspiration he's been missing when he meets the beautiful widow Sylvia and her four young sons: Jack, George, Michael and Peter. Delighted by the boys' hilarious escapades, Barrie conjures the magical world of Neverland and writes a play unlike any the high-society London theatergoers have ever seen. It's a tremendous risk, but as Barrie himself has discovered- when you believe, you can fly. Directed by Tony Award® winner Diane Paulus (Pippin, Hair), with music and lyrics by Gary Barlow (Take That) and Grammy® winnerEliot Kennedy, book by Olivier Award nominee James Graham and choreography by Emmy Award®-winner Mia Michaels ("So You Think You Can Dance," Cirque du Soleil's Delirium), this new musical, packed with mesmerizing visuals, irresistible songs and plenty of laughs, is a timeless story about the power of imagination...and spectacular proof that you never really have to grow up.