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Variety’s Power of Broadway (Photos)
Variety’s Power of Broadway Gallery
Scroll through to see exclusive photos of stars attending Variety’s inaugural Power of Broadway event, which took place over breakfast at Bryant Park Grill in New York City.
She wasn’t wearing glass slippers, but Cinderella arrived to the carpet in style.
“The ever impressive, the long contained, often imitated, but never duplicated … Genie of the lamp!” Aladdin’s very own Major Attaway attended Variety’s inaugural Power of Broadway event.
A Polish-American playwright, Majok won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for drama for her play “Cost of Living.”
Of Israeli Yemenite descent, Stachel won the 2018 Tony Award for featured actor in a musical for his role in “The Band’s Visit.”
Rachel Bay Jones
Rachel Bay Jones will be seen next in the drama film “Ben Is Back,” starring Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges.
Do you want to build a snowman? Jelani Alladin stars as Kristoff in “Frozen the Musical.”
An actress and singer, Redmond originated the role of Bridget in “Bring It on the Musical” and performed in “If/Then.”
Tony Award winner Kenny Leon is directing the upcoming play “American Son,” starring Kerry Washington and Steven Pasquale.
Originally from Miami, Villafañe is best known for her portrayal of pop icon Gloria Estefan in the musical “On Your Feet!”
Telly Leung took a break from his magic carpet rides to slay the red carpet at Power of Broadway.
Barrett Wilbert Weed
Barrett Wilbert Weed plays the role of Janis Sarkisian in the Broadway production of “Mean Girls.”
A “The Band’s Visit” Tony winner, Cromer will direct the Writers Theatre’s upcoming production of the musical “Next to Normal.”
A Ghanaian-American writer and actor, Bioh’s “School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play” opened to much acclaim.
Read our review here.
An actor, singer, musician, and composer, Jackson voiced the character of Chief Tui in the 2016 Disney hit “Moana.”
Taylor Louderman is best known for originating the role of Regina George in the musical “Mean Girls,” which earned her a 2018 Tony Award nomination for best actress in a musical.
Patti Murin and Charlotte d’Amboise
Broadway stars Patti Murin and Charlotte d’Amboise were all smiles on the carpet.
“‘Rent’ for him was the antidote. He wanted to write a show that was for his group, for young people,” Jeffrey Seller on remembering Jonathan Larson’s impact on Broadway.
Listen to the full discussion here.