HERE'S WHAT'S NEW ON THE SITE:

CHECK OUT THE TABS ABOVE FOR PREVIOUS ARTICLES, INCLUDING STANDING @ ZERO, ONE THAT GOT AWAY, #TBT, THE FRIDAY 5! CHECK IT OUT!
AND DON'T FORGET TO SCROLL DOWN THE WHOLE PAGE FOR LINKS TO FEATURED ARTICLES, REVIEWS, SHOW SITES, AND THEATER-RELATED STUFF!

COMING UP ON BROADWAY:
Girl From the North Country - Opens: 3.5.20 Six - Opens: 3.12.20 The Minutes - Previews: 2.25.20, Opens: 3.15.20 Hangmen - Previews: 2.28.20, Opens: 3.19.20 Company - Previews: 3.2.20, Opens: 3.22.20 Diana - Previews: 3.2.20, Opens: 3.26.20 The Lehman Trilogy - Previews: 3.7.20, Opens: 3.31.20 Caroline, or Change - Previews: 3.13.20, Opens: 4.4.20 Mrs. Doubtfire - Previews 3.9.20, Opens 4.5.20 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Previews: 3.3.20, Opens: 4.9.20 Plaza Suite - Previews: 3.13.20, Opens: 4.13.20 American Buffalo - Previews: 3.24.20, Opens: 4.14.20 Flying Over Sunset - Previews: 3.12.20, Opens: 4.16.20 Sing Street - Previews: 3.26.20, Opens: 4.19.20 Birthday Candles - Previews: 4.2.20, Opens: 4.21.20 How I Learned To Drive - Previews: 3.27.20, Opens: 4.22.20 Take Me Out - Previews: 3.31.20, Opens: 4.23.20 Tony Awards Cut Off - 4.23.20 Tony Awards Nominations - 4.28.20 Tony Awards - 6.7.20 MJ: The Musical - Previews: 7.6.20, Opens: 8.13.20 American Utopia - Opens 9.18.20

THIS WEEK ON THE SITE: 2/17: Broadway Heat: Girl From the North Country Edition: Elimination Round - 2/18: Standing @ Zero - 2/19: CD REVIEW: Original Broadway Cast Recording Hadestown - 2/20: Welcome to the Theater! The Broadway Debuts of West Side Story - 2/20: Musical of the Month: Disney's Beauty and the Beast: The Cast - 2/21: SHOW REVIEW: West Side Story

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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Broadway Boys: Mr. November 2011: Telly Leung

LYSISTRATA JONES CONTEST QUESTION #2 IS AT THE BOTTOM OF TODAY'S BLOG

Mr. November 2011
Telly Leung

WHY HE'S MR. BROADWAY: Mr. November is everywhere these days, and has been for some time.  Whether he's on the West Coast as part of the television phenomenon called Glee, or doing regional productions all over the country - Once on this Island and Give It Up! to name but two, or appearing in world premiere readings (Allegiance is but one), this guy is busy.  And, of course, there's Broadway, where he is currently previewing in Godspell.  Active in the community, he does tons of benefits and finds time to blog for Playbill.com and vlog for Broadway.com.  Being everywhere at once and crafting an A-list multi-media career is the biggest reason Telly Leung is Mr. Broadway for November 2011!

OTHER INFORMATION:
  • Age: 31 (January 30, 1980)
  • Education: Carnegie Mellon
  • Where else you might have seen him: Broadway: RENT (final company), Flower Drum Song, Pacific Overtures, Godspell; National Tour: Wicked (Shiz Company); Regional: Godspell (Papermill), M. Butterfly, The King and I, Jesus Christ Superstar; Readings: Allegiance; Television: Glee (Wes Montgomery - a Dalton Academy Warbler), Law and Order: Criminal Intent; Film: RENT: The Final Performance on Broadway LIVE!
  • Where you can find him online: http://www.tellyonline.net/; http://www.broadway.com/; http://www.godspell.com/

IN PHOTOS:



Headshots/Publicity Shots

REGIONAL: Once on this Island

REGIONAL: Jesus Christ Superstar (Simon)


REGIONAL: Godspell (Papermill Playhouse)

REGIONAL: Give It Up! (aka Lysistrata Jones)

REGIONAL: 2010 RENT at the Hollywood Bowl



REGIONAL: 2010 Hollywood Bowl (Angel)

TELEVISION: Glee







 NATIONAL TOUR: Wicked


READING: Allegiance


BROADWAY: RENT
(with Anthony Rapp)

BROADWAY: RENT

BROADWAY: Pacific Overtures

 2011 Broadway Revival of Godspell

with co-star Hunter Parrish

at a Press Rehearsal



Godspell Production Photos





The Godspell Company at the Broadway Flea Market
ON VIDEO:
"I'll Cover You" - RENT at the Hollywood Bowl (with Wayne Brady as Tom Collins)


"Better Americans in a Greater America" from Allegiance (with Paolo Montalban)





(Photos of Godspell by Jeremy Daniel, from TellyOnline, various production photos from AP, Joan Marcus, Broadway.com and Playbill.com.  Absolutely NO copyright infringement is implied or intended.)

LYSISTRATA JONES CONTEST QUESTION #2:

Josh Segarra, one of the stars of Lysistrata Jones, has said in interviews that another sports-themed play inspired him to be an actor.  That inspirational play, Take Me Out, is all about which sport?

A.  Baseball
B.  Boxing
C.  Rowing
D.  Men's Tennis

(Click HERE for complete rules and Question #1)

Look for Question 3 at the end of tomorrow's blog!

Have a recommendation for an upcoming Mr or Ms Broadway?  Email me at jkstheatrescene@yahoo.com.
Jeff
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