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BWW Interview: Michael Andrew of JACK AND THE BEANSTALK at Orlando Shakes VideoBWW Interview: Michael Andrew of JACK AND THE BEANSTALK at Orlando Shakes
by Clarissa Moon - Apr 17, 2019

Orlando Shakes is presenting the world premiere of jazz singer Michael Andrew's musical version of JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. I talked with Andrew about how the style of the show was inspired by the Golden Age of Broadway.

BWW TV First Look: Marvin Hamlisch & Rupert Holmes' Broadway-Bound THE NUTTY PROFESSOR in Nashville!
by BroadwayWorld TV - Aug 10, 2012

Nashville and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) host the Broadway-bound world premiere of "The Nutty Professor" Musical. Directed by Jerry Lewis, the show is a new musical comedy based on the 1963 film of the same name. The Broadway at TPAC Special Event began previews on July 24, and officially opened on July 31- running through August 19 in TPAC's James K. Polk Theater. Featuring music by Oscar, Emmy, th erecently deceased Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner Marvin Hamlisch (A Chorus Line) and a book and lyrics by three-time Tony Award winner Rupert Holmes (The Mystery of Edwin Drood), "The Nutty Professor" is a musical treat for the whole family, based on the classic 1963 film in which Lewis starred and co-wrote. BroadwayWorld brings you highlights from the Broadway-bound production below!

STAGE TUBE: Michael Andrew Talks TPAC's NUTTY PROFESSOR
by Stage Tube - Jul 17, 2012

The Broadway-bound THE NUTTY PROFESSOR musical, premiering this summer at TPAC in Nashville, will feature the talents of Broadway favorites Mark Jacoby, Marissa McGowan, and previously announced Michael Andrew. They will star as Dean Warfield, Stella, and Julius Kelp respectively. In the video below, Andrew chats about playing the iconic character!

STAGE TUBE: Jerry Lewis On Why You Need to See THE NUTTY PROFESSOR in Nashville
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 18, 2012

A video message from Jerry Lewis about The Nutty Professor musical opening at Nashville's Tennessee Performing Arts Center on July 24 and running through August 19.