April 21, 2015

  RSS Twitter Facebook Pinterest Tumblr

Playbill Digital

OBSESSED!: Randy Graff Auditions for Show Boat—Andrew Lloyd Webber Style

In honor of Evita's return to Broadway, Randy Graff (City of Angels, A Class Act) presents Seth Rudetsky with her theory of how Andrew Lloyd Webber changed the way women belt. She also recreates the breakdown that got her the role of Fantine in the original Broadway production Les Misérables, tells the sad story of how she found out the revival of Funny Girl was cancelled, and imagines what "Ol' Man River" would sound like if Andrew Lloyd Webber ever got his hands on it. To read Seth's weekly column, click here. To find out more about Randy Graff, click here.




Connect with us: on Twitter   on Facebook   on Tumblr.




Related Information
Multimedia Multimedia
Email Email

Bookmark and Share

RELATED ARTICLES:

20 Apr 2015
Onstage & Backstage: How Did I End Up Performing For Judd Apatow and Meeting One of My Idols in LA?

16 Apr 2015
Provincetown Season Will Feature Neil Patrick Harris, Audra McDonald, Will Swenson, Sutton Foster and More

13 Apr 2015
Onstage & Backstage: Where Can You See Patti LuPone Haunting a Dryer?

07 Apr 2015
Fiddler on the Roof Revival, Starring Danny Burstein, Sets Broadway Opening Date

07 Apr 2015
Onstage & Backstage: Why Did Andrea Martin Almost Go to Bermuda Without Me?

Playbill Club Featured Offer
Something Rotten

From the director of Aladdin and the co-director of The Book of Mormon -- and the producer of Avenue Q and In the Heights comes something original... something fresh... Something Rotten!

Click here for details.