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This Week on Broadway for September 30, 2012: Robert Cuccioli and Laura Osnes

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino talk with Robert Cuccioli and Laura Osnes about their upcoming (separate!) recordings. Also, we review Ten Chimneys, Both Your Houses and Bartlett Sher’s The Elixir of Love at the Met.

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Interview: Robert Cuccioli

Robert Cuccioli made his Broadway debut as Inspector Javert in Les Miserables, and, is best known for his critically acclaimed performance as the duel title roles in the Broadway hit Jekyll & Hyde, for which he received a Tony nomination, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Award, FANY Award and Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Award. Off-Broadway credits include Temporary Help, Enter The Guardsman, And The World Goes ‘Round (1991 Outer Critics Circle Award), Gigi, The Rothschilds, Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris and Dietrich & Chevalier. Equally respected for his work in the Classics and Contemporary Plays as well as Musicals, Robert has performed at such notable Regional Theatres as The Guthrie (Antony & Cleopatra), Paper Mill Playhouse (1776, Oklahoma, Lend Me A Tenor, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Sound Of Music), The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ (Amadeus, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Carnival, Othello), The Shakespeare Theatre of DC ( Hamlet, Lorenzzaccio 2006 Helen Hayes Award Nomination), the McCarter Theatre (Fiction, The School for Scandal), George Street Playhouse (The Seafarer, A Moon To Dance By with Jane Alexander) and most recently at the historic Ford’s Theatre in Washington, DC (1776). Television: White Collar, Sliders, Baywatch, The Guiding Light. Film: Woody Allen’s Celebrity, and the independent film The Stranger. Robert is featured on the original cast recordings of Jekyll & Hyde (Atlantic), And The World Goes ‘Round (RCA Victor), Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris (Ghostlight), and The New Picasso (Black Forest Productions). He is also currently working on his debut solo album The Look Of Love which will be released in October 2012. www.robertcuccioli.com.

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In celebration of the release of my debut solo album “The Look Of Love”, I will be performing my concert “A Standard Love” on Monday October 8th. With the Barry Levitt Trio.

Cuccioli leads the audience in a touching, warm, uplifting and humorous personal journey through his loves and losses using lyrics from musical standards of the 30’s and 40’s. Included are such classics as: “Ain’t That A Kick In The Head,” “All Of You,” “Love Is Here To Stay,” “A Fine Romance,” “I Wanna Be Around,” “Once Upon A Time,”

 “Witchcraft,” “All I Need Now Is The Girl,” and many more. Of course, Robert will include as an encore, his signature song from Jekyll & Hyde, “This Is The Moment.”
Robert Cuccioli in “A Standard Love”
Monday, October 8 at 7pm
Birdland, 315 West 44 Street, NYC
212-581-3080 or www.BirdlandJazz.com
$25 and $35 cover charge, $10 food/drink minimum

J&H reunion concert 10/13/12 Town Hall

 

Interview: Laura Osnes

LAURA OSNES is returning to Broadway in January as the title role in Cinderella. Laura starred in two other Rodgers and Hammerstein productions this past spring – the first NY revival of Pipe Dream for Encores! and a one night only concert of The Sound Of Music at Carnegie Hall. She was recently seen on Broadway as Bonnie Parker in Bonnie and Clyde (Tony® Award Nomination) after originating the role at Asolo Repertory Theatre and La Jolla Playhouse (San Diego Theatre Critics Circle Award- Outstanding Lead Female Performance in a Musical). Her other Broadway credits include Hope Harcourt in the Tony-winning revival of Anything Goes (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Astaire Award nominations), Nellie Forbush in Lincoln Center Theatre’s production of South Pacific and her Broadway debut as Sandy in the most recent revival of Grease, after having won the role on NBC’s reality competition “Grease: You’re The One That I Want.” Many regional credits, including Kim McAfee in Broadway: Three Generations (Kennedy Center). Television: HBO’s pilot “The Miraculous Year” written by John Logan and directed by Kathryn Bigelow, “Sondheim: The Birthday Concert” at Avery Fisher Hall (available on DVD), the 2011 Kennedy Center Honors Salute to Barbara Cook and the Las Vegas Smith Center Gala Opening that will air on PBS this fall.

Reviews:

Ten Chimneys by Jeffrey Hatcher

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Both Your Houses by Maxwell Anderson
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Love Potion Opens Season at the Met
Metropolitan Opera’s Latest ‘Elisir d’Amore’
Another Metropolitan Opera opening night, another new production of a Donizetti opera starring the charismatic soprano Anna Netrebko. Or so it seems these days… The new season opened on Monday night, and the Donizetti opera of choice this time was the enduring comedy “L’Elisir d’Amore” (“The Elixir of Love”), directed by Bartlett Sher.

News:

Bah humbug for ‘Christmas’ by Michael Riedel
It may be cold comfort, but Ben Sprecher, the beleaguered lead producer of “Rebecca,” isn’t the only Broadway type out there on the street with his tin cup. The producers of the upcomi…
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ArtsBeat: New Theater Award at Columbia to Honor Kennedy by Patrick Healy
The $100,000 award, recognizing a play or musical inspired by American history, is being established at Columbia University in honor of Senator Edward M. Kennedy.
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Cameron Mackintosh Says MISS SAIGON is Next Musical to Hit Big Screen by BroadwayWorld
On Christmas Day, the highly anticipated film version of Les Miserables hits the big screen, and according to producer Cameron Mackintosh, there might be another Boublil & Schonberg musica…
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“It’s the Hard-Knock Life: From Script to Stage” Will Air on PBS in 2013 by Andrew Gans
Thirteen, the flagship PBS station in New York, will air “It’s the Hard-Knock Life: From Script to Stage” in 2013.
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Emily Skinner To Star in “Mousical” Musical, Directed by Julie Andrews by Frank Rizzo
Emily Skinner, whose Broadway credits include “Side Show,” “Billy Elliott,” “Dinner at Eight,” “The Full Monty” “James Joyce’s The Dead” and “Jekyll & Hyde” will play the diva mouse in “Th…
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Explicit: No

Music: 

Robert Cuccioli: The Look Of Love
Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart
I Like to Lead When I Dance

Laura Osnes: Dream A Little Dream
Born To EntertainDon’t Rain On My Parade
When She Loved Me

 

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