PHOTO CALL: Jenna Leigh Green, Hannah Elless, Kara Lindsay, Jason Gotay, Ariana DeBose, Nic Rouleau and More Sing Broadway Loves the Spice Girls

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15 Jan 2014

The New York City return of Broadway Loves the Spice Girls, a celebration of the pop group whose hits included "Wannabe," "Spice Up Your Life," "Stop" and "2 Become 1," was presented at 54 Below Jan. 13.



Directed by Kyle Fox with music direction by Benjamin Rauhala, show time was 11:30 PM. Shoshana Feinstein produced.



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Janet Krupin, Julia Mattison, Ariana DeBose, Hannah Elless, and Kennedy Caughell perform “Who Do You Think You Are”
Photo by Michael Hull



Interpreting new vocal arrangements of Spice Girls hits were Ashley Kate Adams (La Cage aux Folles), Darren Bluestone (Avenue Q), Stefanie Brown (Wicked), Caitlyn Caughell (Newsies), Kennedy Caughell (American Idiot), Natalie Daradich (Wicked), Ariana DeBose (Motown), Hannah Elless (Somewhere In Time), Russell Fischer (Jersey Boys), Jason Gotay (Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark), Jenna Leigh Green (Wicked, "Sabrina the Teenage Witch"), Ariana Groover (Bare), Sabrina Harper (Pippin), Liana Hunt (Newsies), Emma Hunton (Witness Uganda), Elizabeth Judd (Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark), Janet Krupin (If/Then), Steffanie Leigh (Mary Poppins), Alice Lee (Bare, Spring Awakening), Kara Lindsay (Newsies), Synthia Link (Bullets Over Broadway), Julia Mattison (Godspell), Gabrielle McClinton (Pippin), Lesley McKinnell (Wicked), Emily McNamara (Gettin' The Band Back Together), Nic Rouleau (The Book of Mormon), Tess Soltau (Far From Heaven), Billy Tighe (Pippin), Stephanie Torns (Wicked), Stephanie Umoh (Ragtime) and Barrett Wilbert Weed (Bare). 

The band featured David Cinquegrana on guitar, Shannon Ford on drums, Gene Rauhala and John Perko on trumpet, Eric Schedin on trombone, Andrew Halchak on woodwinds and music director Benjamin Rauhala on keyboards. Back-up vocals are provided by Lacey Angerosa, Michael Gioia and Jillian Soares.

Orchestrations and vocal arrangements were by Rauhala, with brass arrangements by Schedin.