August 21, 2014

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OBSESSED!: Eden Espinosa's Challenging Auditions (and Headshots!)

Broadway's Eden Espinosa rose to fame as the green-skinned Elphaba in Stephen Schwartz's hit musical Wicked. With some "crazazy" old headshots (she looks older then than she does now!) and her new CD "Look Around" in tow, Espinosa joins Seth in studio. They chat about the complications of securing roles during her early days working for Disneyland and then demonstrate a signature riff she created that became a permanent part of "The Wizard and I." After Espinosa explains the difficulties of auditioning for Les Miz, Seth challenges her with his own particular arrangement of "I Dreamed a Dream." For Seth's weekly column, click here. For Seth's online home, visit SethTV.com.

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