Brooklyn's Espinosa to Sing on TV Dec. 28

News   Brooklyn's Espinosa to Sing on TV Dec. 28
Eden Espinosa, who stars in the title role of the new musical Brooklyn, will make an appearance on "The Today Show" Dec. 28.
Eden Espinosa
Eden Espinosa

The young actress is scheduled to perform her Brooklyn showstopper, "Once Upon a Time," on the NBC chat show. Espinosa's performance is scheduled to air during the 8:30-9 AM half-hour of the program, which airs in the metropolitan area on WNBC-Channel 4; check local listings.

Eden Espinosa made her Broadway debut covering the roles of Elphaba and Nessarose in Stephen Schwartz's Wicked. She currently plays the role of Brooklyn — a part she created at the Denver Civic Theatre — in the musical of the same name at the Plymouth Theatre. The actress began singing at the age of three, performing at the age of five and recording at the age of ten.

Brooklyn — now playing the Plymouth Theatre — features a book and score by Mark Schoenfeld and Barri McPherson. Jeff Calhoun is the musical's director. For more information or a preview of Brooklyn's score, visit

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