Legally Blonde's Bundy Returns to Broadway Workshop Feb. 24

News   Legally Blonde's Bundy Returns to Broadway Workshop Feb. 24 Legally Blonde's Laura Bell Bundy will again team with the Broadway Workshop to share her experiences with young performers Feb. 24.

A portion of the $165 Broadway Workshop registration fee will go directly to Bundy's charity, Kreative Kids Foundation.

"I am thrilled to be able to raise awareness about my charity Kreative Kids while working with The Broadway Workshop to assist and nurture the talent of tomorrow," the Tony-nominated actress said in a statement.

Bundy's non-profit organization supports underprivileged children through education, encouragement, guidance and support in the creative and performing arts. The support comes in the form of scholarship and educational programming for Child Services, children's hospitals, orphanages, foster home facilities, museums, theatres and other non-profit arts organizations.

Bundy, who began her career at a young age in the Off-Broadway musical Ruthless!, will offer insight from her career as a child actor and her transition to a young Broadway leading lady. Along with Broadway Workshop director Marc Tuminelli, Bundy will lead participants through song interpretation, vocal coaching, scene study, dance combinations and musical theatre audition technique.

"We are excited to welcome back Laura Bell to The Broadway Workshop. Her energy and enthusiasm for working with young actors is inspirational. The response from her first master class was unbelievable and I am so excited more of our students will have the chance to work with her," stated Tuminelli. In addition to her Tony-nominated work as the pink-clad Elle Woods in the musical adaptation of Legally Blonde, Bundy originated the role of Amber von Tussle in the Broadway cast of the Tony-winning musical Hairspray, and stoodby for Kristin Chenoweth as Glinda in the Broadway production of Wicked. Her other theatrical credits include Gypsy, Damn Yankees, Grease!, Pajama Game and The Sound of Music. On screen Bundy has been seen in "Dreamgirls," "Guiding Light," "Jumanji," "Life with Mikey," "Adventures of Huck Finn," "Home Improvement" and "Strangers with Candy."

The Broadway Workshop is open to students ages 9-15. The one-day master class will be held at Ripley Grier Studios from 10 AM–2 PM.

To register visit www.TheBroadwayWorkshop.com or phone (212) 636.9172.

For further information on Bundy's charity, visit www.kreativekidsfoundation.org.