An Exclusive Look at the Ensemblist’s Glam Women’s History Month Tribute

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Continuing with its series spotlighting Broadway’s unsung heroes, the popular platform showcases Broadway ensemble members from Moulin Rouge!, Frozen, and more.
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Shina Ann Morris, Cameron Adams, Leslie Donna Flesner, Tracee Beazer, and Ericka Hunter Evan Zimmerman for The Ensemblist

Continuing its series shining the spotlight on Broadway’s unsung heroes, The Ensemblist presents a Women’s History Month tribute honoring ensemble members from Moulin Rouge!, Frozen, and more.

The popular platform welcomed Cameron Adams (My Fair Lady), Tracee Beazer (Frozen), Leslie Donna Flesner (Tootsie), Ericka Hunter (Moulin Rouge!), Vasthy Mompoint (The Prom), and Shina Ann Morris (Tootsie) to New York’s Skylark Lounge for a glam photo shoot with photographer Evan Zimmerman.

“Women's History Month is a celebration of how strong and powerful women have changed the world in ways large and small. These six women, Cameron Adams, Tracee Beazer, Leslie Donna Flesner, Ericka Hunter, Vasthy Mompoint and Shina Ann Morris, have all had a hand in changing the trajectory of the American Theatre. Each has performed in at least seven Broadway musicals and has been working on the Mainstem for over a decade,” Ensemblist creator Mo Brady explains. “In participating in the creation of musicals like Anastasia, Frozen, Mary Poppins, and SpongeBob SquarePants, they've helped create stories beloved by theatre lovers around the world. I'm so glad that we have the opportunity to celebrate them with Evan Zimmerman's incredible portraits. Photographing them at the Skylark Lounge, high above Times Square, is a way to showcase them as the strong and dynamic women who have shaped our industry.”

Flip through the glam photoshoot below:

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