July 25, 2014

  RSS Twitter Facebook Pinterest Tumblr

 
Playbill Digital

Chad Kimball Shares Some Higher Learning With PlaybillEDU™

A Tony nominee for playing early rock 'n' roll era disk jockey Huey Calhoun in Memphis (the 2010 Tony winner for Best Musical), Chad Kimball had his path to success charted much earlier in life. His years of study at the Boston Conservatory gave him all the tools he needed to succeed on the musical theatre stage. Here, Kimball chats with Playbill about his higher education experiences in support of PlaybillEDU™, a new website aimed at matching prospective students of theatre, music and dance to the perfect college or conservatory program. See Brian d'Arcy James' chat with Playbill about his higher education experiences.

RSS Don't miss a video! Subscribe to our Video RSS Feed.

Connect with us: on Twitter   on Facebook   on Tumblr.





Search Video  
  

Channel:

Keyword:

Show Name:

 

Related Information
Multimedia Multimedia
Email Email

Bookmark and Share

RELATED ARTICLES:

10 Jun 2014
Schools of the Stars: Where the 2014 Tony Winners Went to College

15 May 2014
Was 1964 Broadway's Greatest Year for Musicals? Dolly, Fiddler, Funny Girl and Other Groundbreakers

15 May 2014
Was 1964 Broadway's Greatest Year for Musicals? Dolly, Fiddler, Funny Girl and Other Groundbreakers

02 May 2014
Schools of the Stars: Where the 2014 Tony Nominees Went to College – The Directors

01 May 2014
Schools of the Stars: Where the 2014 Tony Nominees Went to College: The Designers

All Related Articles

 
Playbill Club Featured Offer

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

Now it's time to surrender to the most thrilling Broadway show ever imagined... the longest-running musical phenomenon in Broadway history. Unmask your savings today, because tonight belongs to Phantom.
Tickets as low as $27!

Click here for details.