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At Home with Broadway Rose

Stay connected with us through music and stories! Enjoy this collection of recent online performances and interviews and follow us on social media for announcements of new ones!


Midday Cabaret

Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m.

Join host Dan Murphy for Midday Cabaret, a livestream featuring guests from past Broadway Rose productions, every week on Facebook and YouTube. Stream live and join the conversation in the comments or catch the recording later – no ticket needed!

Our August 5 guest, Maria Tucker, has performed in our productions of Cats, West Side Story, and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas; she’s also choreographed productions such as “Guys and Dolls, Gypsy, and Oklahoma! For this special Midday Cabaret, Maria will discuss choreographing a big musical and demonstrate some choreography.

Our July 29 guest, Antonía Darlene, appeared in Nunsense and Beehive and designed wigs for Ain’t Misbehavin‘.

July 8: Diva Folk singer and songwriter Tara Velarde, last seen here in Once as Ex-Girlfriend.

June 17: Director, choreographer, performer, and artistic director of NC’s Temple Theatre, Peggy Taphorn.

May 27: Sara Catherine (Always…Patsy Cline, Cats, Hairspray, and more) and Eric Holder.

May 6: Benjamin Tissell, who appeared in Ordinary Days, Fly By Night, and A Very Merry PDX-mas.

Our July 22 guest, Audrey Voon,
appeared here in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling BeeThe King and I, and Ripper.

July 1: Claire Avakian, who starred in Thoroughly Modern Millie (and was set to open Crazy for You this week).

June 10: Veteran performer Amy Jo Halliday, last seen here in The Addams Family.

May 20: Once star and singer/songwriter Morgan Hollingsworth.

Our July 15 guest, Andrew Maldarelli, was last seen on our stage as Billy in Once and is joined by his family for this appearance!

June 24: Portland based band The Bylines (Reece Marshburn and Marianna Thielen).

June 3: Actress/singer Michele Foor and music director Frank Spitznagel, who appeared in our inaugural season.

May 13: Murder for Two star and Liberace tribute artist David Saffert.


Cast Reunions

While our onstage productions are on hiatus, we’re celebrating some of our favorite past shows with new musical performances recorded by the original Broadway Rose casts – with warmest thanks to the artists for generously donating their time and talent.

Cast members from last fall’s sold-out production of Once (starring Marissa Neitling as Girl and Morgan Hollingsworth as Guy) collaborated on a socially-distanced reprise performance of the Academy Award-winning song “Falling Slowly.”

Although Ain’t Misbehavin’ was forced to cancel two weeks before opening, the cast and musical director reunited to perform of the show’s titular song.

Amy Jo Halliday, who played Anna in our production of The King And I, revisited one of the musical’s most uplifting songs for this new video with a little help from some friends of Broadway Rose. Enjoy!

The cast and musicians of 2016’s Fly By Night reunited virtually to perform ‘At Least I’ll Know I Tried.’
“Fly By Night” Quarantine Reunion from Isaac Lamb on Vimeo.

The Tuck family from last summer’s teen workshop production of Tuck Everlasting created this socially-distanced version of ‘The Time Quartet’. 

The cast of 2019’s A Grand Night For Singing reunited for a virtual performance of “Impossible/I Have Dreamed.”


Meet The Team

Get to know the off-stage talent that keeps Broadway Rose running: Our staff! In this series of brief interviews with some of our employees, you’ll learn about their work, their personal connections to musical theatre, and how they’re adapting during COVID-19.
Meet Development Coordinator Amy Roesler! Learn about her roles on and off the stage, how her job has changed, and which Broadway Rose musical she enjoyed being a part of the most.

Meet Costume Warehouse Manager Vanessa Elsner! Learn how her job has (and hasn’t) changed, what dance style uplifts her the most, and which movie musical she used to watch on repeat.

In the ninth installment of our staff interview series, meet Resident Sound Designer/IT Administrator Brian Moen! Learn about both of his roles, how he fell in love with theatre, and how he is keeping busy while our stage is dark.

In our sixth installment, meet Bliss Talbott, House Manager! Find out what Bliss loves about her job, ways she can help patrons enjoy their visit, and what listening to hundreds of performances has taught her about live theatre.

The third installment of our staff interview series features Development Director deShauna Jones! Learn about her role, what she loves about her job, and which recent production tops her list.

Hear Assistant Production Manager Liz Carlson explain her role, her work with the next generation of theatre artists, and how a pop-up book cemented her love of theatre production.

In our eighth installment, meet Development Manager Joe Theissen! Learn about his role, how he is staying connected to our patrons, and which Broadway Rose shows are his favorite—on and off the stage!

In our fifth installment, meet 
Communications Manager Emily Dew! Learn about her work, how many BR shows she has seen, and which showtune she can play on trombone– badly.

The second installment of our staff interview series features Production Manager Jeff Duncan. Watch the video to learn what he does, the show that made him fall in love with theatre, and how his role has changed in this time of social distancing.

Meet Marketing Associate Michael Miramontes! She discusses her role, the new skills she’s gained since working from home, and a very special Broadway Rose wedding.

In our seventh installment meet Phil McBeth, Technical Director, and learn what he does, how he got involved in theatre, and which show was secretly his favorite!

In our fourth installment, we meet Community Engagement Coordinator Amaya Santamaria! Learn more about what she does, the best parts of her job, and who inspired her to explore theatre.

Meet coworking couple Tyler Kubat (Patron Services Manager) and Katrina Christiansen (Access Manager.) Watch the video to learn what they do, why our audiences are special, and how one patron made Tyler cry 😭.

Your support keeps us singing

If you are able, please donate today to help sustain us through this crisis so that we can bring live musical theatre
back to the community as soon as it’s safe to do so.

We are heartened by the love and support we feel from our friends and supporters and know that with your help,
we will once again create luminous, LIVE musical theatre!