TOURING: Maite Uzal -Fiddler - East Lansing, MI / Kelli Gautreau - Grinch-Boston, MA
Our own Maite Uzal plays the leading role of Golde in this Bartlett Sher directed production following the successful Broadway run.
The 2018-19 tour plays mostly major American cities through the end of 2019. See it in your town....you won't be disappointed!
This quote from BWW Baltimore Review (Link to entire review below) referring to Golde duet with Tevye......
"He's a pleasure to watch in his performance, and his duet "Do You Love Me?" with Maite Uzal as Golde is a theatrical treasure of character revelation."
Get to know both leads via this interview at 4:55 mark of LIVE AT FIVE on Broadway.com
Both leads are interviewed in Buffalo on WKBW-TV.
Maite on CBS TV-Pittsburgh interview.
See Maite outside the stage door after the show and tell her how much you loved the show and her performance!
Schedule from Nov 27 to Jan 6, 2019:
Tues to Sunday, Nov 27 to Dec 2 - Appleton, WI
Tues to Sunday, Dec 4 to 9 - East Lansing, MI
Tues to Sunday, Dec 11-16 - Rochester, NY
Tues to Sunday, Dec 18 to Jan 6, 2019, Chicago, IL
Proud to announce that four (4) Step Forward Entertainment clients competed: (in alphabetical order) Marie Anello, Kea Chan, Melissa Rakiro and Regan Teller,
Mort and Ray Productions produced. The competition was held on an outdoor stage on Broadway and 96th Street in Manhattan.
The competition had 13 selected applicants who performed one (1) song each and 5 finalists who performed a 2nd song.
The panel of judges chose 2 winners - Client Marie Anello and Shelley Farmer.
The late George Bettinger was a well-known radio host and comedian and longtime Friar's Club member. Judi and many of his friends will salute him only the way the Friar's can.
To learn more about the NY based Judi and the Florida based part of her life......
See article about Judi in the DELRAY NEWSPAPER
Here is a sample of reports she does....no matter what side of political fence you are on - listening to Krystin is fun and you will enjoy"
Alan plays the role of Victor Frankenstein in Frankenstein, Off-Broadway at St. Luke's Theatre