NYMF Announces Casting For The 2010 Festival
The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) has announced casting for the 2010 festival. Some of Broadway's and Off-Broadway's favorites are participating in the three week festival including Adinah Alexander (The Wedding Singer), Farah Alvin (Nine), Paul Amodeo (Dirty Blonde), Justin Badger (HAIR), Cyrilla Baer (Adding Machine), Edmund Bagnell (Sweeney Todd), Jordan Barbour (Langston In Harlem), StEve Beckingham (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), Mike Bonde (Dirty Hippie), Kerry Butler (Xanadu), Terry Burrell (Threepenny Opera), Rachel Cantor (Les Miserables), Andrew Cao (Robin and the Seven Hoods), Kristy Cates (Wicked), Lindsay Chambers (Hairspray), Sarah Dacey Charles (Les Miserables), Sara Chase (The Toxic Avenger), Casey Erin Clark (Frankenstein), Catherine Cox (Footloose), RAndy Donaldson (Annie Get Your Gun), Nick Dalton (Legally Blonde), Josh Davis (White's Lies), Joseph Dellger (Lestat), Matt Dengler (A Little Night Music), Toni Di Buono (The Boys from Syracuse), Will Erat (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels), Doug Eskew (The Color Purple), Leo Ash Evens (West Side Story in The West End), Andrea Frierson (Once On This Island), Kelli Gautreau (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Stephanie Gibson (Spamalot), Deidre Goodwin (Chicago), Adam Halpin (Glory Days), Ann Harada (Avenue Q), Amber A. Harris (Streetlights), Sophie Hayden (The Most Happy Fella), Tom Hewitt (The Rocky Horror Show), Curtis Holbrook (West Side Story), Christopher Kale Jones (Jersey Boys), Paul Kandel (Jesus Christ Superstar), Kelly Karbacz (Rent), Howard Kaye (Miss Saigon), Michael Kostroff (The Producers), Jason Kravits (The Drowsy Chaperone) Ed Kresley (West Side Story), Liz Larsen (The Most Happy Fella), Erik Liberman (LoveMusik), Garrett Long (Spitfire Grill), Jillian Louis (Shlomo), Steve Luker (42nd Street), Kristin Maloney (Jesus Christ Superstar), Luba Mason (Chicago), Neal Mayer (Les Miserables), Liz McCartney (Taboo), Tom McGowan (Everybody Loves Raymond), William Michals (South Pacific), Kenita Miller (The Color Purple), Michelle Millerick (Side Show), Marla Mindelle (South Pacific), Doreen Montalvo (In The Heights), Elizabeth Ward Land (The Scarlet Pimpernel), George Merrick (South Pacific), Kate Pazakis (Jerry Springer The Opera), Josh Powell (Cradle Will Rock), Neva Rae Powers (Little Women), Michelle Pruiett (The Little Mermaid), Dale Radunz (Big River), Anthony Rapp (Rent), Vanessa Ray (Hair), Jason Reiff (The Who's Tommy), Dee Roscioli (Wicked), Steve Rosen (Spamalot), Soara-Joye Ross (Dance of the Vampires), David Rossmer (Titanic), Ravi Roth (Altar Boyz), Celia Mei Rubin (Parade at The Donmar Warehouse), Allie Schulz (Grease), Herman Sebek (Cats, original cast), Jason Michael Snow (South Pacific), Rachel Stern (Shrek the Musical), James Patrick Stewart (All My Children), Ron Todorowski (Movin' Out), Max von Essen (Les Miserables), Jim Walton (Crazy for You) Timothy Warmen (The Who's Tommy), and Eli Zoller (Carmelina).
Due to popular demand, an extension of Things As They Are playing at The Theater at St. Clements have also been announced. An additional performance has been added for Friday, October 1st at 5pm.
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NYMF Memberships, which combine charitable contributions with valuable, flexible ticket packages and perks like early seating, and tickets to individual events are currently available for purchase at (212) 352-3101 or www.nymf.org. Single tickets for Festival events are currently on sale.
For more information, please visit: www.nymf.org