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Kelly Bishop News - Page 15

Also Credited As: Carole Bishop
 
Date Of Birth:
February 28, 1944 (76)
Birth Place:
Colorado Springs, CO, USA
Bio:
After working for a dozen years as a dancer, Kelly Bishop's breakout role was Sheila in Michael Bennett's A Chorus Line for which she garnered Tony and Drama Desk awards. Broadway plays include Neil Simon's Proposals, The Last Night of Ballyhoo and Six Degrees of Separation at Lincoln Center. ... (read complete bio)
 
Date of Birth: February 28, 1944 (76)

Birth Place: Colorado Springs, CO, USA

Bio:
After working for a dozen years as a dancer, Kelly Bishop's breakout role was Sheila in Michael Bennett's A Chorus Line for which she garnered Tony and Drama Desk awards. Broadway plays include Neil Simon's Proposals, The Last Night of Ballyhoo and Six Degrees of Separation at Lincoln Center. ... (read complete bio)
Photo Flash: Stephen Flaherty Teaches Master Class at Paper Mill
by BWW - Mar 4, 2008

Broadway composer Stephen Flaherty taught a Master Class in the black box theatre at Paper Mill Playhouse (Millburn, NJ) on Saturday, March 1.

'Steel Magnolias' at Paper Mill to Star Bishop, Fowler, Wetherhead
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2008

BroadwayWorld has learned the complete cast details of Paper Mill Playhouse's up-coming production of Steel Magnolias, to begin at their Millburn Theatre on Wednesday, March 5; officially opening Sunday March 9 at 7:30PM with performances through April 6. The cast of Steel Magnolias will star Kelly Bishop as Clairee, Charlotte Booker as Truvy, Beth Fowler as Ouiser, Monique Fowler as M'Lynn, Kelly Sullivan as Shelby and Kate Wetherhead as Annelle.

'A Chorus Line' Original Cast Members Amend Terms of 1976 Agreement
by BWW News Desk - Feb 1, 2008

The beneficiaries of the Estate of Michael Bennett and the artists from the original interviews and workshops of A Chorus Line jointly announced today that they have amended the terms of their agreement signed in 1976. The artists will now have a financial interest in the current Broadway production as well as all future First Class productions. The financial arrangement applies to the original interviewees of the taped sessions that Mr. Bennett held in the spring of 1974 and the actors who participated in the workshops prior to the original Off-Broadway production.

Photo Coverage: 'Wanda's World' Opening Night
by Linda Lenzi - Jan 24, 2008

The new musical Wanda's World, which began performances on January 16 at the 45th Street Theatre, officially opened Wednesday, January 23, with performances slated to run through February 10, 2008.

Photo Coverage: Gretchen Wyler Memorial at Sardi's
by BWW - Sep 26, 2007

Gretchen Wyler (1932-2007), dancer/singer/actress/activist (Guys and Dolls, Silk Stockings, Damn Yankees, Rumple, Bye Bye Birdie, Sly Fox, Applause) was remembered Tuesday, September 24 in a memorial service at Sardi's in New York City.

BWW Video Show Preview: A Chorus Line
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2006

Catch highlights from 'A Chorus Line' now on BroadwayWorld.com!

Photo Coverage: A Chorus Line Opening Night Party
by Linda Lenzi - Oct 6, 2006

The revival of A Chorus Line, the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic musical, opened at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre (236 W. 45th St.) on Thursday, October 5, and a star-studded afterparty was held at the Palace Hotel!

Photo Coverage: A Chorus Line Opening Night Arrivals
by Walter McBride - Oct 6, 2006

The revival of A Chorus Line opened at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on Thursday, October 5, and original cast members such as Donna McKechnie were among the opening night arrivals!

Photo Coverage: Donna McKechnie's TIME STEPS Released
by Ben Strothmann - Sep 11, 2006

Thursday night was a veritable WHO's WHO of theatre history as Donna McKechnie and her publishers hosted a book party at the National Arts Club, celebrating the release of TIME STEPS - My Musical Comedy Life.

Photo Flash: A Stone Carver Opens Off-Broadway
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2006

William Mastrosimone's A Stone Carver, starring Dan Lauria, opened Off-Broadway on July 27th

Donna McKechnie: The Music and the Mirror-Reflects A 'Star'
by Pati Buehler - Jul 25, 2006

Borrowing a line from A Chorus Line, I saw the red shoes' at seven years old and I fell in love with dance.

Photo Coverage: Lea Salonga at Carnegie Hall
by Ben Strothmann - Nov 8, 2005

Tony-Winner Lea Salonga wowed a SOLD OUT audience at Carnegie Hall on Monday night, November 7 to benefit the Diverse City Theatre Group and BroadwayWorld was there to cheer her on!

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