THE SCREENING ROOM: Happy Birthday, Beth Leavel and Beth Fowler (Video)

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Tony Award winner Beth Leavel and two-time Tony nominee Beth Fowler celebrate their birthdays Nov. 1. In honor of the Broadway leading ladies, takes a look back at their careers.

Leavel, who will reprise her performance in the upcoming holiday musical Elf, won the Tony Award in 2006 for her performance in the title role in The Drowsy Chaperone and was nominated for her performance in Baby It's You! Her other Broadway credits include Young Frankenstein, Mamma Mia!, 42nd Street, The Civil War, Show Boat and Crazy for You.

Fowler was Tony-nominated in 1990 for her performance as Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd and in 2004 for her performance as Marion Woolnough in The Boy From Oz. She has also been seen on Broadway in Inherit the Wind, Bells Are Ringing, Beauty and the Beast, Teddy & Alice, Take Me Along, Baby, Peter Pan, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, A Little Night Music and Gantry.

Happy birthday, ladies!


Leavel performing "As We Stumble Along" from The Drowsy Chaperone in concert:

Leavel's 2006 Tony Award acceptance speech:

Playbill Video's coverage of the Baby It's You press preview:

Leavel chatting about her 2011 Tony nomination:

Playbill Video's "Obsessed!" episode with Leavel:

Leavel singing Drew Gasparini's "The Song About Ordering Furniture" alongside Nadia Quinn:

Leavel and Matthew Gumley singing "I'll Believe in You" from Elf:

Leavel and Matthew Schechter singing "There is a Santa Claus" from Elf:

The 2011 opening number at Broadway Bares, "Going, Going, Gone," featuring Leavel:

Leavel performing "Dancing Queen" from Mamma Mia!:

Fowler singing the title song from Beauty and the Beast:

Audio of Folwer's performance of "Home" from Beauty and the Beast:

The commercial for Teddy & Alice, which featured Fowler:

Beauty and the Beast's performance at the 1994 Tony Awards:

Baby's performance at the 1984 Tony Awards, which featured Fowler as Arlene McNally:

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