Open January 11, 2013
“In Arizona Broadway Theatre’s new, sparkling production of Hello Dolly, Morgan Springer takes the role back to its roots. The part was originally written for Ethel Merman, even though she turned it down, and Morgan brings that same unabashed and audacious manner back to the role in the way that Merman would have played it. With a smile that lights up the stage and a voice of effortless clarity that is a joy to hear, when Morgan sings there’s no one in the house who can’t hear her.” DAVID APPLEFORD, 99.9 KEZ
Kurtis W. Overby, Morgan Springer and James Rio as
Cornelius Hackl, Dolly Levi and Horace Vandergelder
CLICK HERE to hear Morgan Springer and James Rio on 99.9 KEZ’s “Theatre Beat” with David Appleford
CLICK HERE to watch Kurtis, Morgan and James on THE MORNING SCRAMBLE (1/23)
CLICK HERE to read David Appleford of 99.9 KEZ’s Review
CLICK HERE to view Production Promotional Video
CLICK HERE to read YourWestValley.com’s interview with Morgan Springer, Kurtis W. Overby and James Rio
CLICK HERE to read the Arizona Republic’s feature on Kurtis W. Overby
CLICK HERE to read Richard Schultz’s ECHO Magazine interview with Morgan Springer
CLICK HERE to read actor bios
CLICK HERE to see Louis Armstrong performing the title song
CLICK HERE to see the original Hello Dolly film trailer
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