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Skittles decided to mount an all-new, live, staged musical commercial to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS in lieu of booking the usual big game ad. The one-time-only performance was given February 3 at 1 PM at The Town Hall in Times Square and starred Golden Globe winner and Broadway veteran Michael C. Hall, most recently seen on stage in Off-Broadway's Thom Pain (based on nothing) by Will Eno.
Eno penned the book of the musical, which features additional material and lyrics by Nathaniel Lawlor and music by Drew Gasparini. Soho Rep Artistic Director Sarah Benson directed with Raja Feather Kelly choreographing.
Joining Hall in the cast were Melvin Abston (The Little Mermaid, The Lion King), Max Chernin (Bright Star, Sunday in the Park with George), Ashkon Davaran (One Thousand Nights and One Day, Oslo), Lulu Fall (Natasha, Pierre, & the Great Comet of 1812, Hair), Stephanie Gibson (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Cinderella), David Hess (Sunset Boulevard, Sweeney Todd), Mylinda Hull (42nd Street, Sweet Charity), Miguel Jarquin-Moreland (Jersey Boys, Grease), Howard Kaye (The Visit, Miss Saigon), Kathy Kneese (The Inferno Project: Limbo, Suicide is Forbidden in Sprintime), Raymond J. Lee (Soft Power, Groundhog Day), Julia Macchio (Flashdance: The Musical, A Room of My Own), Will Mann (Memphis: The Musical, Billy Elliot), Mike McGowan (The Book of Mormon, The Producers), Gayle Turner (Half Time, The Wiz), and Mark Zimmerman (Rocky, West Side Story).
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