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[West End]
London Production, 1969
Elevator Boy

Ensemble

[West End]
London Production, 1968
German Sailor


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Porchlight Music Theatre's 29th Season Subscriptions On Sale Tuesday, September 26

Award-winning Porchlight Music Theatre announced its 29th season this past Friday at Porchlight ICONS: Celebrating Ben Vereen.
ANYTHING GOES, The Cole Porter Festival & More Set for Porchlight Music Theatre 29th Season

Award-winning Porchlight Music Theatre has unveiled its 29th season. The new season launches with The Cole Porter Festival - A Celebration of the Man and his Music. Learn more details about the season!
Review: SUNDAY IN THE PARK WTH GEORGE at CCAE Theatricals is not to be missed

SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE may be a beloved musical,  but it isn’t staged that often- it requires an excellent cast to perform a show based on a classic painting by George Seurat, with the complicated but gorgeous Sondheim music to perform in order to make it great.  Luckily, this show by CCAE Thearicals is stunningly good, from vocals to musicians, and scenery it is a show you do not want to miss.   SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE is playing through March 5th.
Interview: Graham Phillips Revels in SUNDAYs IN THE PARK WITH Sondheim

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s 1985 Pulitzer Prize winning Sunday in the Park with George has just opened at the Pasadena Playhouse as part of their six-month celebration of everything Sondheim. Sarna Lapine (James’ niece) directs the cast of twenty-two, lead by Graham Phillips as George Seurat/George and Krystina Alabado as Dot/Marie. Andy Einhorn conducts a full orchestra of sixteen musicians. After a howling boot camp of rehearsals and a very successful opening night, Graham finally took a breather to answer a few of my queries.
REVIEW: Paul Capsis Is Hilarious As The High Camp Drag Queen of LA CAGE AUX FOLLES

A celebration of fun and high camp with an underlying message of acceptance and family, LA CAGE AUX FOLLES allows audiences to see Paul Capsis take on one of the most iconic musical theatre drag roles.
Review: Stephen Sondheim's SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE Thrills at the Marcia P. Hoffman School of the Arts at Ruth Eckerd Hall

What did our critic think? Chris Cavazza as George and Lindsey Fabian as Dot are stellar in this production of one of Sondheim's most uncompromising shows.
Student Blog: Zodiac Signs of Tony-Nominated Musicals

The criteria are that these shows have been nominated for Best Musical from the 3rd Tony Awards (the ceremony that started the Best Musical category) in 1949 to the nominations of what will now be the 74th Tony Awards in 2021. I will be determining their signs based upon their Broadway premiere date. With those rules in mind, here we go!
Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsal For NAPOLI, BROOKLYN

NAPOLI, BROOKLYN stars Georgia May Foote as Vita, Hannah Bristow as Fran, Mona Goodwin as Tina, Robert Cavanah as Nic, Madeleine Worrall as Luda, Gloria Onitiri as Celia, Stephen Hogan as Albert and Laurie Ogden as Connie.
Theatre Guild's Next Musical is ZORBA

Musical Theatre Guild, the winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Margaret Harford Award for sustained excellence in the theatre, will continue their 23rd Anniversary season with Kander and Ebb's haunting musical ZORBA. The one-night-only concert will take place at Glendale's historic Alex Theatre on Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 7:00 PM.
Photo Flash: MAME to Open Musical Theatre Guild's 23rd Season

Musical Theatre Guild, the winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Margaret Harford Award for sustained excellence in the theatre, will open their 23nd Anniversary season with Jerry Herman's classic musical MAME. The one-night-only concert will take place at Glendale's historic Alex Theatre on Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 7:00 PM.
HONEYMOON IN VEGAS Concludes MTG's 22nd Season

Musical Theatre Guild, the winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Margaret Harford Award for sustained excellence in the theatre, will conclude their 22nd Anniversary season with Jason Robert Brown and Andrew Bergman's HONEYMOON IN VEGAS.  The one-night-only concert will take place at Glendale's historic Alex Theatre on Sunday, May 6, 2018 at 7:00 PM.   This staging will provide Southern California audiences a first look at this delightful musical.  
Photo Flash: Red Bull Theater's 10th Annual Running of the Red Bulls Gala Benefit

Jesse Berger (Founder and Artistic Director), Jim Bredeson (Managing Director), and the Board of Trustees of Red Bull Theater held the Tenth Annual RUNNING OF THE RED BULLS BENEFIT last night, Monday March 26th, celebrating the company's 15th Season and honoring Ismenia Mendes, Charlayne Woodard, and The Fund for the City of New York with the 2018 Matador Awards for Excellence in Classical Theater. Proceeds from the evening will go to support all of Red Bull Theater's programs, including the upcoming Off-Broadway premiere of David Ives's The Metromaniacs, directed by Michael Kahn.
Jeannette Clift George, Founder Of A. D. Players, Star Of 'The Hiding Place' And Pioneer For Christian Theater, Dies At 92

Friends and colleagues from Houston and around the world mourn the death of Jeannette Clift George, Founder and Artistic Director of the A.D. Players, Golden Globe-nominated film and stage actress, playwright, author, Bible teacher, radio personality and national speaker. Mrs. George, a native Houstonian, was the beloved wife of Lorraine M. George and the daughter of Hubert E. Clift and Jeannette C. Clift, all of whom preceded her in death.
BWW Review: THE MADNESS OF GEORGE III at SHAW FESTIVAL

McCAMUS IS BRILLIANT AS KING GEORGE III Mental illness in the 18h Century, aka madness, was as in some respects as poorly understood and accepted then as it is today. Being a monarch would imply that the best care would be at your disposal, but when the malady is unknown, even King George III of England suffered with the illness and often moreso with the treatment. Alan Bennett's 1991 play THE MADNESS OF GEORGE III is being given a lavishly detailed production at the Shaw Festival in Niagara on the Lake. George may be best known as the monarch who lost control of the American colonies in 1776, but he was dealt a worse fate, suffering from Acute Intermittent Porphyria. This disease, which was uncharted at the time, caused periods of confusion, psychosis with unintelligible speech, horrible abdominal pain and itchiness. His production of a blue colored urine was the first medical sign that something was amiss with the King.
BILOXI BLUES by Neil Simon Comes to the Ivoryton Playhouse

The Ivoryton Playhouse is leaving behind the music of Ol' Blue Eyes and heading south to the steamy bayou country of Biloxi, Mississippi with the opening of Neil Simon's BILOXI BLUES on April 26th. This semi-autobiographical play details his experiences as a young man in boot camp before he was shipped off to serve in the Second World War.BILOXI BLUES is the second chapter in what is known as his Eugene trilogy, following Brighton Beach Memoirs and preceding Broadway Bound, and is the only one in which Eugene is not the central character. BILOXI BLUES won the Tony Award when it opened on Broadway in 1985 and ran 524 performances.
Boot Camp in the Bayou! BILOXI BLUES by Neil Simon Comes to the Ivoryton Playhouse

The Ivoryton Playhouse is leaving behind the music of Ol' Blue Eyes and heading south to the steamy bayou country of Biloxi, Mississippi with the opening of Neil Simon's BILOXI BLUES on April 26th. This semi-autobiographical play details his experiences as a young man in boot camp before he was shipped off to serve in the Second World War.BILOXI BLUES is the second chapter in what is known as his Eugene trilogy, following Brighton Beach Memoirs and preceding Broadway Bound, and is the only one in which Eugene is not the central character. BILOXI BLUES won the Tony Award when it opened on Broadway in 1985 and ran 524 performances.
Michael Urie, Patrick Page to Perform at 2017 RUNNING OF THE RED BULLS Benefit Honoring Oscar Isaac

Jesse Berger (Founding Artistic Director) and the Board of Trustees of Red Bull Theater have announced the Ninth Annual RUNNING OF THE RED BULLS BENEFIT on Monday March 27th, at 6pm, celebrating their 14th Season and honoring Oscar Isaac, Olivia Reis, and George Forbes with the 2017 Matador Awards For Excellence in Classical Theater.
BWW Review: Stoneham Theatre's Spirited MAME Just in Time for Christmas

Kathy St. George may be diminutive in stature, but she is a feisty force of nature as the title character in MAME at Stoneham Theatre. Mary Callanan returns from Broadway and national tours to play her sidekick Vera, and ten-year-old triple threat Cameron Levesque plays her precocious nephew Patrick. One of Jerry Herman's great works, MAME is a joyous celebration of living life with brio and without apologies.
PRESENTING SHAKESPEARE Poster Exhibit to Open at ADC Gallery

The Art Directors Club, in partnership with renowned designer Mirko Ilic and art director, writer, SVA co-chair and ADC Hall of Fame laureate Steven Heller, is proud to announce Presenting Shakespeare: Much Ado About Posters, an exhibition featuring posters from around the world inspired by iconic poet and playwright William Shakespeare.  
Liev Schreiber, Michael Kahn & Michael Tuch Foundation to be Honored at Red Bull Theater's Running Of The Red Bulls Benefit

Jesse Berger, Founding Artistic Director, and the Board of Trustees of Red Bull Theater are pleased to announce the Eighth Annual RUNNING OF THE RED BULLS BENEFIT on Monday June 6th, at 6pm, celebrating their 13th Season and honoring Liev Schreiber, Michael Kahn, and the Michael Tuch Foundation with the 2016 Matador Awards For Excellence in Classical Theater.

George May FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How many Broadway shows has George May been in?

George May has not appeared on Broadway.

How many West End shows has George May been in?

George May has appeared on London's West End in 3 shows.

What was George May's first West End show?

George May's first West End show was Cabaret which opened in 1968

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