Talkin' Broadway Review: Jane Eyre With Jane Eyre, marla schaffel joins that small group of great stars of the Americanmusical theatre Angela Lansbury, Julie Andrews, and Bernadette Peters http://www.talkinbroadway.com/world/JaneEyre.html
Extractions: Jane Eyre , which opened yesterday afternoon at the Brooks Atkinson theatre, has been brought to the stage as a musical of majestic grace and more than a little grandeur. A successful dramatic interpretation of the ever-popular novel by Charlotte Bronte, Jane is also blessed with a luxuriant score, haunting and memorable music, and crisp, intelligent lyrics which speak from the very heart of this tragic and romantic story. John Caird, who wrote the book, and Paul Gordon, who wrote the music and lyrics, have come up with a major contender come Springs award time. True to its 19th century origins, Jane Eyre is a lavish Victorian banquet of emotions; passion, cruelty, revenge, repression, courage, emotional and physical abuse, faith and forgiveness, and love - most of all the eternal healing power of an all-consuming love. Jane s story is that of a plain yet spirited girl, orphaned at an early age, who becomes governess at Thornfield Hall, where she falls in love with Edward Rochester, the master of the house. Though Janes sharp wit and defiant nature clash with Rochesters temperament, the two quickly develop a deep bond. But, Rochesters past, a dark secret imprisoned at Thornfield, threatens to destroy their love just as it begins, as it ultimately destroys Thornfield Hall itself. There are many exceptionally fine performances here, not the least of which are Lisa Musser as Young Jane, who has a commanding and touching stage presence far beyond what one might expect from an actress of her tender years, and Andrea Bowen as the charming and irrepressible Adele.
We'll Meet Tomorrow - Titanic I also spent entirely too much time watching marla schaffel, but she's justsuch a wonderful actress. marla schaffel and Alison. Me and marla schaffel, http://www.theatre-musical.com/titanic/feb24.html
Extractions: Victoria Clark wasn't near as hyper for the whole show as she was last time, and Bill Buell was just a little weird...Alison asked me if he was supposed to be drunk. :-) He just kind of slurred most of his lines. It was strange. Anyway, Barrett's song was really good, though I had to keep laughing at whoever was stoking right in front of us, 'cause the poor guy had a heck of a time getting the boiler door shut each time. :-) I spent most of "What a Remarkable Age This Is" either watching Adam as Mr. Latimer or else watching Jennifer Piech over in the corner. "Lady's Maid" was good, though I didn't think the chemistry was as good between Jennifer and Christopher as it had been between her and Clarke. "The Proposal" was lovely...not quite as good as Brian's, but I wasn't expecting it to be! :-) "Doing the Latest Rag" was a blast to watch...my eyes were glued to Adam in his plaid outfit. :-) And then the final scene of the act is just a favourite of mine altogether...the sets are too amazing, and it's just a wonderful scene. I don't think I've mentioned yet that I wasn't a huge fan of Paul Kandel as Ismay. I had trouble understanding a lot of what he said, even though I knew what he was going to say! "Dressed in Your Pajamas..." was really good...I adored Henry Stram's (Etches') expressions during the song. I didn't notice this the first time, but he's obviously aware of exactly what's happening, and is doing his best to keep it in and avoid alarming all his treasured passengers. It was very well done. "The Blame" was okay, though I enjoyed it much more last time, just because of the actors. The whole "to the lifeboats" bit was very moving, as always, though I didn't actually start crying yet. "Still" was fabulous...I really don't like the song on CD that much, but it really gets to me on stage. "Mr. Andrews' Vision" was actually better than I had been anticipating, and aside from being a little concerned when Matthew fell over the piano bench, I enjoyed it quite a bit. :-) And, of course, the finale was incredible!!! I was crying quite hard by the very end, especially thanks to Marla and Stephen, who were so moving in that scene.
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Extractions: As I've said before, I really adore everyone in this show, but those here are my absolute favourites. After seeing it on stage, I'm just even more impressed with the entire cast! Brian D'Arcy James. I just have to say...WOW!! It is not all that often that a performer blows me away by a few lines on TV, but Brian did just that on the Rosie O'Donnell show. And the more I've found out about him, the more impressed I've become. And after seeing him on stage, I know just what an amazing actor he is. He is really wonderful!! Please visit Gillian's great Brian d'Arcy James website or Brian d'Arcy James: an unofficial website for more info!! Jennifer Piech. She is the main reason that Kate McGowan has become one of my very favourite characters!! I just love all her parts, and she is a wonderful actress too. Everyone in the theatre finds themselves rooting for Kate! Find out more about Jennifer at The Unofficial Jennifer Piech Page Michael Cerveris. He played Thomas Andrews, who is one of my favourite characters in both the musical and the movie. And Michael really brings out all the qualities in Andrews that make us feel for him. It's all so touching!! "Andrew's Vision" was one of the most moving moments of the show for me. For more information, check out the Official Michael Cerveris Website for more information!!
Jayne Paterson... An Unofficial Site: Jane Eyre half times during the 7 month Broadway run she performed the complete show on 12/31/00and 4/21/01 and also took over for an ailing marla schaffel to perform http://www.theatrefest.com/JaynePaterson/career.asp?show=Jane Eyre
Sony Classical Info At RadioMOI von Stade Shigenori Kudo and Naoko Yoshino Soundtrack Orchestra from ShakespeareIn Love Eileen Farrell Jonathan Elias marla schaffel EsaPekka http://www.radiomoi.com:8080/rm/info/?showkey=labels&label_id=1556
Gordon, Paul Info At RadioMOI Artists, who performed songs by Gordon, Paul marla schaffel And James Barbour Kenny G Vonda Shepard marla schaffel Bill Nolte Don Richard Gloria http://www.radiomoi.com:8080/rm/info/?showkey=writers&writer_id=6229
Allzone Arts/Celebrities/S Brooke Saucedo, Michael Savalas, Telly Sawa, Devon Sawalha, Julia Scarabelli,Michelle Scarwid, Diana Schaech, Johnathon schaffel, marla Scheider, Roy http://dir.allzone.com/Arts/Celebrities/S/
Electricbrain Home Index Arts Celebrities S Schroder, Rick Secor, Kyle Smith, Jaclyn Shepard, Jewel Scorupco, Izabella Sachs,Robin Scott, JasonShane Shore, Dinah Sever, Rita schaffel, marla Sandy, Gary http://www.electricbrain.com/index/Arts/Celebrities/S/
Lerner & Loewe's My Fair Lady Aug. 618. The new touring production will star marla schaffel as ElizaDoolittle and Norman Large as Henry Higgins. Single tickets http://www.travellady.com/Issues/Issue67/myfairlady.htm
Extractions: TM Dallas Summer Musicals at the Music Hall at Fair Park August 6-18 Edited by Madelyn Miller MY FAIR LADY, will be presented and co-produced by Dallas Summer Musicals at the Music Hall at Fair Park Aug. 6-18. The new touring production will star Marla Schaffel as Eliza Doolittle and Norman Large as Henry Higgins. Single tickets are priced from $10-$56, and are available at The Box Office at 542 Preston Royal Shopping Center or any Ticketmaster outlet. Call 214-691-7200 or 214-641-ARTS for more information. The new touring production will star Marla Schaffel as Eliza Doolittle and Norman Large as Henry Higgins. MY FAIR LADY is based on a play called Pygmalion , which was written by George Bernard Shaw in 1912. The play was the product of two inspirations: Shaws intense interest in phonetics, and his desire to create the perfect vehicle for one of Londons leading actresses, Mrs. Patrick Campbell. The play was a huge success. In 1938, the play was made into a film version by producer and director, Gabriel Pascal. In the early 1950s, Pascal decided to create a new stage version of Pygmalion
AMCTV.com SHOW - It's the sassy story of Katie (marla schaffel), a 25year-old romantic livingin Los Angeles, who searches for her own love and a cure for her virginity. http://www.amctv.com/show/detail/0,,58717-1-EST,00.html
2001 NY Theatrical Awards - Pt. I Christine Ebersole, 42nd Street Kaitlin Hopkins, Bat Boy Sally Mayes, Pete n' KeelyFaith Prince, Bells Are Ringing marla schaffel, Jane Eyre, Christine Ebersole http://www.suite101.com/files/topics/240/files/Awards01-pt1.html
Let Me Sing marla schaffel (Irene) Broadway starred in Jane Eyre (Tony® award nomination;winning the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Awards for Best http://www.georgestplayhouse.org/02-03season/LetMeSing_bios.html
Extractions: Stephanie J. Block is a native Californian who has just recently made the move to New York. Her most recent credits include Ginger in I Love a Piano which premiered at the Denver Center this summer, Tzietle in Fiddler on the Roof (Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera), BabyLove in The Grass Harp (Pasadena Playhouse) MaryJane in (Ahmanson Theatre and The Kennedy Center), Nancy in Oliver and the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Funny Girl and as Corine in Triumph of Love and she has been nominated for a 2002 Ovation Award for her work as Polly in Crazy for You Wicked . When not on stage, her voice is being recorded for numerous CDs and commercial jingles including singing the voice of Barbie for Mattel. Stephanie thanks the Good Lord for her amazing life and many blessings. Love to Bret, family and friends. Top of page Previous page
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ActorS Schaech, Johnathon with photos, bio and filmography. schaffel,marla - features pictures, sound clips, and biography. Scherrer http://www.artist-show.com/ArtFields/Performing/ActorsS.htm
Extractions: A B C D ... R S T U V W ... Z S Sabato, Antonio Jr. Sachdev, Rajeshwari - credits and biography. Sadler, William - dedicated to the film and television star. Safran, John - John Safran is the Sixth Spice Girl. John is sexy. John belongs in Adelaide. Sagal, Katey - read about her singing and film career through interviews and actual clippings. Saget, Bob - official site including random thoughts and videos. Saint, Eva Marie - information on the Academy Award-winning actress includes a complete filmography, interviews, movie reviews, posters, and photos. Salem, Dahlia - a fan page - the star's bio and photos, plus chat transcripts and access to related links. Salenger, Meredith - with picture galleries, biography, filmography, tv appearances. Salonga, Lea