February 2, 2022: Emily Cadiz and Jessica Brandes from Honky Tonk Laundry.
April 28, 2021: Kailey Rhodes and Jeff Rosick from The Last Five Years.
August 26, 2020: Charles Cook, who was cast in Ain’t Misbehavin‘ and Crazy For You (both were canceled). Instead his debut was on Midday Cabaret!
August 5: Performer and choreographer Maria Tucker discusses choreographing a big musical and dances at the New Stage.
June 3: Actress/singer Michele Foor and music director Frank Spitznagel, who appeared in our inaugural season.
October 6, 2021: Colin Stephen Kane and Benjamin Tissell from Loch Lomond.
Feb. 11, 2021: Alec Cameron Lugo and Andrew Wade from The Story of My Life.
July 29: Antonía Darlene, who appeared in Nunsense and Beehive and designed wigs for Ain’t Misbehavin‘.
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.
July 14, 2021: Molly Duddlesten and Alec Cameron Lugo from Analog & Vinyl.
September 2, 2020: Joe Theissen and Malia Tippets have appeared in many Broadway Rose productions, and shared the stage in Fly By Night, Guys and Dolls, Up and Away and more.
August 12: Ethan Crystal, who first performed in our teen summer workshops before appearing on our mainstage in A Funny Thing…Forum!
July 22: Audrey Voon, who previously appeared in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The King and I, and Ripper.
June 10: Veteran performer Amy Jo Halliday, last seen here in The Addams Family.
May 20: Once star and singer/songwriter Morgan Hollingsworth.
While our onstage productions were on hiatus in 2020, we celebrated some of our favorite past shows with new musical performances recorded by the original Broadway Rose casts. Warmest thanks to the artists for generously donating their time and talent.
Cast members from 2019’s sold-out production of Once collaborated on a socially-distanced reprise performance of the song “Falling Slowly.”
Colin Stephen Kane and Malia Tippets reprise “Good News” from 2020’s Up and Away.
Amy Jo Halliday revisited this uplifting song for this video with a little help from some friends of Broadway Rose.
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.