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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Ms. Broadway January 2011: De'Adre Aziza

WHY SHE'S MS. BROADWAY: Her Broadway career may be a relatively short one, but De'Adre Aziza has worked with some of the very best in the business.  Her list of co-stars and co-workers reads like a Who's Who of American Musical Theatre: Patti LuPone, Bartlett Sher, David Yazbeck, Stew, Daniel Breaker, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Laura Benanti and Rebecca Naomi Jones When I decided to feature her, her most recent project, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown would have still been running as of today.  But no matter!  She is still deserving of recognition as one of Broadway's up and coming big talents.

INFO:

Most Recently Appeared In:  Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
Birth date:  She's 32.
Other Credits:  Stage:  Passing Strange (Off-Broadway, Broadway and in the Spike Lee film), Doris to Darlene (Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons), Macbeth (Classical Theatre of Harlem).  TV and Film: Passing Strange, Sex and the City amongst others.
Website:  http://www.deadreaziza.com/ (Be sure to check out her list of "25 Things" - VERY interesting!
Honors:  2008 Tony Award nomination - Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, Passing Strange, 2008 Theatre World Award Winner
Upcoming Projects:  Her current single, "Days Are Like Dreams" is available on iTunes.  She and the cast of Women on the Verge will be hitting the studio this month to record the Original Broadway Cast Recording of the show.

PHOTOS:

Headshot



Doris to Darlene



3 Roles in Passing Strange

With Daniel Breaker

The Cast of Passing Strange in Rehearsal


Accepting the 2008 Theatre World Award


Arriving at the 2008 Tony Awards

Performing Passing Strange at the Tonys


De'Adre goes green for the Verge

2 divas square off: with Patti LuPone in
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

They are all on the verge...

The principal ladies of Women on the Verge of a
Nervous Breakdown pose for The New Yorker


VIDEO:


Passing Strange: "Keys/It's Alright" De'Adre Aziza with Stew,
Daniel Breaker and Company


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