STAGE TUBE: Original DREAMGIRLS Jennifer Holliday and Sheryl Lee Ralph Grab Breakfast, Talk 'UNDER THE STARS' Concert

By: May. 05, 2016
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Original DREAMGIRLS Jennifer Holliady and Sheryl Lee Ralph grabbed breakfast and chatted on Facebook Live about their upcoming concert in Los Angeles. Check out what they had to say in the video!

Chris Isaacson Presents in association with Ronn Goswick presents BROADWAY UNDER THE STARS, a one-night-only concert starring the original Dreamgirls - Independent Spirit Award-winner Sheryl Lee Ralph, Emmy Award-winner Loretta Devine, and Tony Award and two-time Grammy Award-winner Jennifer Holliday in conversation and song. The curtain will rise at 8pm on Sunday, July 10 at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre in Hollywood. Additional performers will be announced soon.

Jennifer Holliday has been proclaimed a Broadway legend by critics and fans alike. She originated the role of Effie Melody White in Dreamgirls for which she won the 1982 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical. Through the years, she has recorded five CDs, appeared on television, in many other stage productions, and as a soloist with Symphony Orchestras all over the country. Holliday has worked with major artists including Barbra Streisand, Luther Vandross, Michael Jackson, Paul Simon, David Foster, and many others. She has performed for four U.S. Presidents and continues to tour all over the world.

Sheryl Lee Ralph is an acclaimed author, producer, and actor. She originated the role of Deena Jones in Dreamgirls on Broadway, garnering a Tony Award nomination for her performance. Television credits include Instant Mom, Moesha, Ray Donovan, Criminal Minds, To Sleep With Anger (Independent Spirit Award), and more. Ralph is the founding director of the D.I.V.A. (Divinely Inspired Victoriously Anointed) Foundation, which she created in memory of many friends lost to AIDS. She holds the distinction of being the youngest female graduate of Rutgers University at the age of 19.