Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who will make her Broadway debut in Beauty and the Beast in October, will be a guest on the Sept. 12 talk show, "The Caroline Rhea Show."
Sigler, a star of HBO's "The Sopranos," will star as Belle in the Disney musical beginning Oct. 1. A native New Yorker, the young singer-actress made her professional debut at the age of 12 in the national tour of a musical version of "It's a Wonderful Life." Her other theatrical credits include productions of The Diary of Anne Frank, The Goodbye Girl, The Wizard of Oz and the recent tour of Cinderella. Sigler also appeared in the films "Brooklyn State of Mind" and "Campfire Stories" and recently released her autobiography, "Wise Girl" for Pocket Books.
The nationally syndicated talk show, "The Caroline Rhea Show," airs on WABC Channel 7 at 12:35 AM (after midnight) ET. Check local listings.
Beauty and the Beast features the Academy Award-winning score by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman as well as tunes written especially for the stage version by Menken and Evita lyricist Tim Rice. The book was written by the author of the original screenplay, Linda Woolverton, and the musical was directed by Robert Jess Roth.
Beauty and the Beast plays at the Lunt-Fontanne (205 W. 46th Street), and tickets may be purchased at the theatre's box office or by calling (212) 307-4747.