November 27, 2014

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After Midnight Congratulates Harvey Fierstein on Casa Valentina Opening
At the opening night of Harvey Fierstein's new play, Casa Valentina at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman theatre, a trio of songstresses from After Midnight - Rosena M. Hill Jackson, Carmen Ruby Floyd, and Bryonha Marie Parham - awaited his arrival across the street in full costume to serenade him with a special rendition of Duke Ellington's "It Don't Mean a Thing". The ladies were stationed in front of a giant sign reading "3peat", referencing Fierstein's having three shows currently running on Broadway - Casa Valentina, Newsies, and Tony winner Kinky Boots.
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Rosena M. Hill Jackson, Carmen Ruby Floyd, and Bryonha Marie Parham
Rosena M. Hill Jackson, Carmen Ruby Floyd, and Bryonha Marie Parham

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