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Rebecca Larkin Videos

 
Birth Place:
Seoul, South Korea
Bio:
Rebecca has most recently played Marcy Park in "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" at TheatreZone in Florida. She made her Broadway debut in the Lincoln Center Revival of "South Pacific". She has been a part of two First National Tours: "Avenue Q" and "Barbie LIVE! in Fairytopia". ... (read complete bio)
 

Birth Place: Seoul, South Korea

Bio:
Rebecca has most recently played Marcy Park in "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" at TheatreZone in Florida. She made her Broadway debut in the Lincoln Center Revival of "South Pacific". She has been a part of two First National Tours: "Avenue Q" and "Barbie LIVE! in Fairytopia". ... (read complete bio)
STAGE TUBE: Daniel Quadrino and Company Sing 'Imagine' at 2016 Broadway Sings for Pride Benefit
by Stage Tube - Jun 29, 2016

Award-winning non-for-profit Broadway Sings for Pride (www.BroadwaySingsForPride.com) held their 6th annual PRIDE benefit concert on Monday, June 20, 2016. To start the night, Daniel Quadrino, from Broadway's Wicked and Newsies, sang 'Imagine' to reflect on the tragedy that happened in Orlando. He was joined onstage by members of the New York community, to echo the sentiment that New York stands behind Orlando and that art can be used to inspire and change minds. Scroll down for a video of the performance!

STAGE TUBE: RENT Alumni Reunite for BROADWAY SINGS FOR PRIDE
by Stage Tube - Aug 17, 2015

On Monday, June 22, 2015, over 25 company members (Broadway, National, International, Asian World Tour, Regional) of the multiple Tony-award winning musical RENT helped celebrate LGBT pride with a special tribute to Jonathan Larson's contributions to the theater and LGBT communities. On hand were special guest speakers and original RENT creative team members Marlies Yearby (Tony nominee, original RENT choreographer) and Billy Aronson (original RENT collaborator). Watch the Broadway Sings for Pride performance below!

STAGE TUBE: Look Back at 2013 D2GB Children's Performing Arts Camp
by Stage Tube - Aug 12, 2013

Dare to Go Beyond (D2GB) Children's Performing Arts Camp, an initiative of R.Evolucion Latina, successfully ended its run on Friday August 2nd. More than 200 kids, ages 7-17, gathered at the headquarters of Pearl Studio to share their experiences, learn to dance, sing and narrate their stories in creative ways and with a fascinating focus: Cultural Exchange. During the five-day camp participants took classes with some of the most experienced actors, dancers, and choreographers working on Broadway today. Check out a look back below!

STAGE TUBE: Eden Espinosa, Jane Monheit and Christiane Noll Sing 'Always' Tribute to Sandy Hook Elementary
by Stage Tube - Dec 22, 2012

Broadway's Eden Espinosa, Jane Monheit, and Christiane Noll performed 'Always' by Scott Alan in a tribute to Sandy Hook Elementary and the people of Newtown, Connecticut, from the Broadway and New York theatre community. Click below to watch.

STAGE TUBE: Broadway Sings for Pride and TA-DA! Youth Theater Sing 'It Gets Better'
by Stage Tube - Jun 12, 2012

On Saturday, May 19, 2012 Broadway Sings for Pride (www.BwayPride.org) in conjunction with the TADA! Youth Theater joined over twenty-five Broadway, Off Broadway, and National Tour performers to remind everyone 'it gets better.' The song, which included TADA!'s Resident Youth Ensemble, was done to promote equality and stop bullying. 'It Gets Better' was written in 2010 by composers, Jay Kuo & Blair Shepard after a string of LGBT suicides across the country. This song will be featured in Broadway Sings for Pride's Second Annual Gay Pride Concert on Monday, June 25, 2012 in Manhattan. For tickets and information, click here.

STAGE TUBE: R.Evolucion Latina's 4th Annual D2GB Performing Arts Camp
by BroadwayWorld TV - Jul 21, 2011

R.Evolución Latina's D2GB (Dare to Go Beyond) Children's Performing Arts Camp concludes tomorrow with a very special celebration at El Museo del Barrio. R.Evolución Latina, who has been featured on NBC's Nightly News with Brian Williams in a segment called 'Making a Difference', is a collective of artists and activists committed to empowering the artistic community in order to inspire growth within the Latino Community through collaboration, productions, and educational support programs. An added focus to this year's camp is health awareness and the importance of physical activity as we address the growing concern of obesity in our Latino children. 'Through the arts, we will empower the youth to recognize the importance of leading and maintaining a healthy life' says Camp Coordinator Ali Solomon. This free camp will provide more than 150 underserved children ages 7-17 the chance to experience the arts through classes taught by NYC and international artists from the theatre, music, dance, and Latino communities. 'This camp is very inspiring and also fun... It's like a mission that we have to accomplish during this week, I'm just loving everything about it.' said Rosa Fermin one of the students.

STAGE TUBE: Ogunquit Playhouse Presents AVENUE Q!
by BroadwayWorld TV - Jun 2, 2011

The Ogunquit Playhouse production of Avenue Q features Broadway's Howie Michael Smith, who heads the cast as Princeton (and Rod) reprising his Broadway role; Kate Monster and Lucy The Slut are played by Ashely Eileen Buckman who comes to Ogunquit fresh from the Avenue Q National tour; and Rebecca Larkin plays Christmas Eve, reprising her role from the national tour as well. Get a sneak peek of the production by clicking below!