“Looking forward to presenting at the @UHeroes gala on Saturday! Such an honor. Amazing cause,” Liana wrote on Twitter ahead of the event, which honors internationally known abolitionists for their outstanding efforts to end modern-day slavery.
Corbin Bleu makes his debut on stage in Godspell at the Circle In The Square Theatre in New York City on Tuesday night (April 17).
The 23-year-old actor posted on Facebook after a successful opening night, “I had an amazing opening night in Godspell on Broadway! Thanks to a wonderful audience, my very supportive family and friends, and a truly talented cast & crew.”
According to BroadwayWorld.com, the 21-year-old actress plus Godspell costars Corbin Bleu, Wallace Smith, Nick Blaemire, Eric Krop, and George Salazar and Sam Milby will be aboard the Hornblower Hybrid for the event.
Musical director Sonny Paladino dished about the benefit concert that “Fans should expect a mix of pop and musical theater. Anna’s diverse style is allowing us to perform both traditional musical theater pieces alongside some real – in your face – pop tunes. Expect everything from Boublil and Schonberg, to Kander and Ebb, to Lady Gaga, and maybe even a little Cee Lo Green! Tell me that’s not diverse!”
The concert will be held on Monday, May 7th embarking at 7PM from Pier 40. For tickets, you can call 818-823-1628 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Recently chatting with Broadway.com, the 20-year-old actress dished about what her role calls her to do.
“Our director [Daniel Goldstein] told us to act how we think we would be like as a follower of Jesus, so I play the innocent, pure one, which is very true to heart. Iâ€™m definitely a big girly girl!” Anna Maria shared.
She added, “It just feels like weâ€™re playing every night. They call me the â€˜Junk Food Thiefâ€™ because Iâ€™m all about candy, caffeine and getting super hyped and excited before each show.”