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Connie Fisher STAGE CREDITS

[West End]
London Revival, 2006
Maria

[West End]
Original London Production, 2005
Debbie (Alternate) [Replacement]


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Em Barret named as the 2018 WELSH MUSICAL THEATRE YOUNG SINGER OF THE YEAR

Robert Gould reports on the final of the 2018 Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer Of The Year. at the Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea.

BWW Review: A NOVICA REBELDE (The Sound of Music) Still Strikes The Right Note and Fascinates After All These Years

Since making his Broadway debut in 1959, The Sound of Music (A Novica Rebelde) has become a singular phenomenon. No other show has achieved such a lasting trajectory of success as one of this musical, inspired by the true love story between a young novice and a widowed captain, father of seven. After winning eight Tony Awards, the stage production generate the five-time Oscar©-winning film (1965) - including Best Picture - and settled forever into the affective memory of generations to come. A new version of this classic is in theaters from March 28 at Teatro Renault, directed by Charles Moeller and Claudio Botelho.

Photo Flash: Julie Andrews, Sam Smith and More Attend the Voice Health Institute's Raise Your Voice Gala

The Voice Health Institute celebrated their 15th Anniversary on March 5 with their star-studded Raise Your Voice Gala!

Finalists Announced For 2018 Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer Of The Year

The 16th annual Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer Of The Year competition kicked off on Saturday February 17 with the preliminary round held at Gowerton School. Thirty highly talented vocalists aged between 16 and 28 performed a programme of songs to adjudicators Vivien Care, Clare Hammacott and Michael Morwood and an audience of musical theatre fans. Song choices were an eclectic mix of musical theatre fare, ranging from Pasek and Paul's 'Never Enough' (The Greatest Showman) and Sarah Bareilles' 'She Used To Be Mine' (Waitress) to Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'Younger Than Springtime' (South Pacific) and Frank Loesser's 'Sit Down, You're Rocking The Boat' (Guys And Dolls) and much in between.

Ben Thomas is the 2017 WELSH MUSICAL THEATRE YOUNG SINGER OF THE YEAR

Seventeen year old Ben Thomas from Swansea is the 2017 Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer Of The Year. He was awarded the coveted title by Judges Vivien Care, Claire Hammacott and Michael Morwood after a very high standard contest against Kate McKeown, Lynwen Haf Roberts and Grace-Marie Wyatt - all of whom were accompanied by virtuoso pianist, Jeffrey Howard.

Finalists Announced for 15th Annual Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer of the Year Competition

Finalists for the 15th annual Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer Of the Year competition have been announced.

West End Comedy THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG Bound for Australia Tonight

Olivier Award-winning theatre company Mischief Theatre are bringing their comedy masterpiece The Play That Goes Wrong to Australia for the first time from February next year.

Photo Flash: Stars Celebrate 40 Years of National Youth Music Theatre at the Adelphi

The National Youth Music Theatre celebrated its 40th birthday in style - with ENCORE: 40 Years of NYMT, a star-studded West End gala night at the Adelphi Theatre. The glittering evening, on Sunday 30 October, featured an array of performances celebrating the last 40 years of NYMT, lots of surprise guests and items and some previews of what is to come. BroadwayWorld has photos from the event below!

West End Comedy THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG Bound for Australia

Olivier Award-winning theatre company Mischief Theatre are bringing their comedy masterpiece The Play That Goes Wrong to Australia for the first time from February next year.

Jason Robert Brown, Lily James and More Set for West End Gala ENCORE: 40 YEARS OF NYMT

The National Youth Music Theatre is to celebrate its 40th birthday in style - with ENCORE: 40 Years of NYMT, a star-studded West End gala night at the Adelphi Theatre.

Michael Lowe is the 2016 Welsh Young Musical Theatre Singer of the Year

Michael Lowe, born in Chepstow and a recent graduate of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, is the 2016 Welsh Young Musical Theatre Singer Of The Year. Michael - the 2016 winner of the RWCD Stoutzker Prize for Outstanding Musicianship, and who recently performed as a soloist for HRH the Prince Of Wales at Buckingham Palace - was awarded the prestigious title after a closely fought contest with fellow finalists Dafydd Gape, Jonathan Radford and Rachel Lee Stephens at the Tailiesin Arts Centre in Swansea on Sunday 3 July.

Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer of the Year 2016 Finalists Announced

Robert Gould reports for BWW on news of the 2016 Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer Of The Year competition.

Photo Flash: BILLY ELLIOT Plays Final Performance at Victoria Palace Theatre

Last night, Saturday 9 April 2016, after 4,600 performances and prior to the theatre's previously announced refurbishment programme, the final Victoria Palace Theatre performance of Billy Elliot The Musical took place in front of a packed house with guests including past and present Billy Elliots, original cast members and members of the show's creative team.  The over 1530 strong audience rose to their feet for the curtain call to join the Company in celebrating a very special evening and a phenomenal eleven year run in the West End.  Director Stephen Daldry, writer Lee Hall and composer Elton John joined the company on stage accompanied by 32 past and present Billy Elliots (the most Billy Elliots to ever appear on stage together), 24 past Michaels and 18 past Debbies as well as several adult members of the original Company. 

BILLY ELLIOT to Bid West End Farewell with All Four Pint-Sized Stars on Stage

An extra bunch of Billys will take the stage when the beloved Billy Elliot plays its final performance this Sunday at the Victoria Palace Theatre.

BILLY ELLIOT's Final Performance to Support East Durham Trust

The producers of Billy Elliot the Musical are delighted to announce that the show will play its final London performance in support of East Durham Trust, a charity based in Easington, Co. Durham, a former mining town and the setting for Billy Elliot's iconic story.  Tickets for the final performance will be released for sale today (Tuesday 1 March 2016, 2pm) via the Victoria Palace Theatre box office, with all proceeds from ticket sales for this performance being donated to East Durham Trust.

Euan Garrett, Matthew Seadon-Young Join West End's BILLY ELLIOT

Billy Elliot the Musical today (16 November 2015) welcomes Euan Garrett, 12 years old from East Lothian, Scotland, who will make his West End stage debut at the Victoria Palace Theatre as the forty-second boy to play the title role in the iconic British musical in London.  Also joining the cast today is Matthew Seadon-Young who will play Billy's older brother Tony.

West End's BILLY ELLIOT Welcomes New 'Billy'

Nat Sweeney, 12 years old from Birmingham, will make his West End stage debut this evening (3 July 2015) when he becomes the forty-first boy to play the title role in the iconic British musical Billy Elliot the Musical at the Victoria Palace Theatre. Now in its eleventh year in the West End, the show recently extended booking at the Victoria Palace Theatre until 17 December 2016. In addition, the first UK and Ireland tour of Billy Elliot the Musical begins in February 2016 with tickets now on sale for performances at the Theatre Royal Plymouth.

Ruthie Henshall & Deka Walmsley Continue In West End's BILLY ELLIOT; Cast Updates Announced!

Ruthie Henshall and Deka Walmsley today confirm they are to continue as Mrs Wilkinson and Dad respectively in the West End cast for Billy Elliot the Musical at the Victoria Palace Theatre.  Also continuing in their role are Chris Grahamson as Tony, Gillian Elisa as Grandma, Howard Crossley as George and Claudia Bradley Dead Mum.   Phil Snowdon, in his new role, will play Mr Braithwaite and James Butcher joins the cast as Older Billy.  Ensemble members are Craig Armstrong, Richard Ashton, James Ballanger, David Bardsley, Paul Basleigh, Rachel Bingham, Lucinda Collins, Peter Cork, Scott Cripps, Robbie Durham, Ross Finnie, Lee Hoy, Ruri James, Ben Redfern, Charlotte Riby, Mike Scott, Sharon Sexton, Wendy Somerville, Spencer Stafford, David Stoller and Kerry Washington.

Connie Fisher FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Connie Fisher has not appeared on Broadway.

Connie Fisher has appeared on London's West End in 2 shows.

Connie Fisher's first West End show was Billy Elliot which opened in 2005

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