STEPPIN' FORWARD A MUSICAL CELEBRATION of LOVE, HOPE and HUMOR
Step Forward Entertainment presents A Musical Celebration of Love, Hope and Humor featuring exciting Asian Talents Hosted by Concert Star, Charlie Romo ("the new Frank Sinatra") and featuring a special performance by 1970’s Hollywood Starlet, Marya Coburn performing songs from Broadway, the American Song Book and 1960’s-90's pop music!
Our unique collection of Asian talents include one of China’s biggest Musical Theatre stars, the former National Anthem singer of the Philippines; cast members who have appeared in the TV shows Billions, Daredevil,Magnum P.I. (the original), Bronx SIU and those who have appeared in films, such as Stay Away Joe(the love interest of Elvis Presley), Dementia 13, and performed in LIVE shows such as Avenue Q, Sweet Charity, etc.and a 15-year old musical prodigy from Wisconsin who recently made her NYC debut.
10 MINUTE HIGHLIGHT VIDEO FROM TRIAD THEATER PERFORMANCE IN New York
TEASER for the Pilot Episode titled 'The Mess Up Room'. Step Forward Entertainment served as Executive Producer on this in conjunction with Mike Scionti who also was the producer. The Guzzo Brothers of Tampa, FL wrote and directed the episode. Pitching as a new TV series with 12 additional episodes outlined!
Project represented by Amy Lord of ERIS TALENT AGENCY, *LA * UK * NY
To star Philippine/ American Actress, KEA CHAN and produced in association with Pat Labez (Howard Indie Short) and Marya Coburn (5 Cambridge Productions) in conjunction with a Philippine TV production company and others to be announced!
With Hosts Charlie Romo and Melissa Rakiro to take on topics of today with references to yesterday and live entertainment in a brand new format!
Watch a short TEASER!
ASIAN ARTISTS STEP FORWARD! A Musical Celebration of Love, Hope and Humor with Step Forward Entertainment’s excitingAsian Talents featuring: (in alphabetical order)
Anthony Salvador Lewis
Xiaoqing (Mao) Zhang
with Special Guest Marya Coburn
and Bobby De Leonat the Piano
Staging Consultant Kelli Gautreau
Join us at The Green Room 42 as it presents ASIAN ARTISTS STEP FORWARD! A Musical Celebration of Love, Hope and Humor featuring Step Forward Entertainment’sexcitingAsian Talentswith surprise guests performing songs from Broadway, the American Song Book and 1970’s pop!
Our unique collection of Asian talents include one of China’s biggest Musical Theatre stars, the former National Anthem singer of the Philippines; cast members who have appeared in the TV shows Billions,Daredevil,Magnum P.I. (the original), Bronx SIUand those who have appeared in films, such as Stay Away Joe(the love interest of Elvis Presley), Dementia 13 (as the murdered priest), and performed in LIVE shows such as Avenue Q, Sweet Charity, etc.and a 15-year old musical prodigy from Wisconsin making her NYC debut.
On Piano, in addition to appearing as a featured soloist, will be the international Philippine Music Director, Bobby DeLeon. This one of a kind, unforgettable celebration of Asian talent (and possible surprise guests) will be staged by Canadian born client Kelli Gautreau. Kelli has choreographed touring productions of Fame, Annie, In the Heights, Company and Spring Awakening among others. As a performer, she has regularly performed in Broadway Backwards, and How the Grinch Stole Christmason Broadway and Tour. Kelli is currently directing/choreographing a new Dancing 4 Change film and is working as a Choreographer for AMDA in NYC. www.dancing4change.com
LInk to Video Promo on Vimeo
This show performed with TRACK was premiered at the Senior Party for the town of Livingston, NJ in their Community Arts Center! A reasonable show to book for audiences in locations that cannot house live music!
Robert R. Blume/Step Forward Entertainment is the CONSULTING PRODUCER of this event!
The Concert Style Musical Story starring Haley Swindal as the inimitable Mae West starting from her early days on the sidewalks of New York through her involvement in vaudeville and the development of her unique and uniquely sexual persona. Also includes her run-ins with the law, her long involvement with James Timony and her later career in the movies, including the films she co-starred with W.C. Fields. The situations she encountered are not a far cry from some of the circumstances we are faced with today…sexual discrimination, women’s rights, racism, freedom of speech and censorship.
Mae West was way ahead of her time and Come Up “N See Me will delight varied audiences — men and women of all ages…Great show tunes and hilarity - with a message!!!
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