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In the News: Jeremy Jordan, Ariana DeBose, Lilli Cooper, and Taylor Louderman Lend Voice to New Write Out Loud EP, More

Read on for more theatre news you may have missed in today's headlines. Juilliard Black Alumni Association Formed to Address Racism at Drama School. Twenty-five Black alumni from The Juilliard School have formed the Juilliard Black Alumni Association, organized in response to a triggering workshop held at the school last September in which participants were asked to pretend they were slaves. The workshop was seen as indicative of a tradition of harm against Black students by a department built on systemic racism. In a recent letter to the Juilliard Board of Trustees, the JBAA outlined an action plan with steps for the school to decolonize the drama department, including diversification of faculty and staff, a clear code of conduct with consequences, and employment of Black counselors. JBAA requests a collaboration with Juilliard to help create and equitable and inclusive conservatory. "The work to dismantle white supremacy is vast—we do not take it lightly and are whole-heartedly prepared to meet this moment as we create a space that is not only inclusive, but one that celebrates the diversity of the human experience. We sincerely hope you will join us," the letter concludes. The founding members of JBAA are: Maechi Aharanwa, Bobbi Baker, Jasmine Batchelor, Francois Battiste, Nicole Beharie, Brittany Bradford, Danielle Brooks, Jimonn Cole, Lee Edward Colston II, Danaya Esperanza, Brandon Hall, Corey Hawkins, Joaquina Kalukango, Brandon Gill, Jules Latimer, Vella Lovell, Chris Myers, Teyonah Parris, Johnny Lynn Ramey Jr., Medina Senghore, Stacey Scott, Austin Smith, Carolyn Michelle Smith, Desean Terry, and Sheldon N. Woodley.
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In the News: Jeremy Jordan and Solea Pfeiffer Lead

Read on for more theatre news you may have missed in today's headlines. Jeremy Jordan and Solea Pfeiffer Lead an All-Star In the Light, A Faustian Tale Recording. Broadway Records has announced the release of the world premiere studio cast recording of In the Light, A Faustian Tale, a contemporary musical retelling of the Faustus story, with a score by Michael Mott. Jeremy Jordan (Newsies, Bonnie and Clyde) and Solea Pfeiffer (Hamilton) star as Faustus and Gretchen, respectively, with Ciara Renée (Frozen), Antonio Cipriano (Jagged Little Pill), Bobby Conte Thornton (Company, A Bronx Tale), Anne Fraser Thomas (Hercules), Aisha Jackson (Frozen), and Zachary James (The Addams Family) filling out the cast. The new musical has a book by Nathan Wright and Justin Silvestri, with orchestrations by Kim Scharnberg and arrangements by Mott and Joshua Zecher-Ross. The album can be preordered on ahead of the June 25 release, with four tracks immediately available upon order.
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Supergirl's Jeremy Jordan Cast As Lead In Little Shop Of Horrors Off-Broadway Revival

Broadway standout and Supergirl actor Jeremy Jordan is set to headline an off-Broadway revival of Little Shop of Horrors, according to Broadway World. The actor, who left the series in season three but returned in season five for a short arc, had spent much of his career on stage, and earned a Tony nomination for his performance in the role of Jack Kelly in the 2012 musical Newsies. In a six-degrees-of-DC kind of twist, Jack Kelly is also the role played by The Dark Knight actor Christian Bale in the 1992 feature film version of Newsies from director Kenny Ortega (High School Musical).

Jeremy Jordan Will Star in Return of Off-Broadway Revival of

Broadway favorite Jeremy Jordan will take on the role of Seymour when Little Shop of Horrors resumes its run at the Westside Theatre beginning September 21. Jordan was originally slated to join the production March 17, 2020, succeeding Gideon Glick, when the musical was temporarily closed due to the pandemic. Jonathan Groff originated the role of Seymour in this production.
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Tony Nominee Jeremy Jordan

As the temporary shutdown of Broadway and theatres around the world continues, Playbill is reaching out to artists to see how they are physically and creatively responding to a changed world. The series continues with Jeremy Jordan, who was about to step into the role of Seymour in the Off-Broadway...
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Musical Developments, Jeremy Jordan to Headline Streaming 54 Below Show, More

Read on for more theatre news you may have missed in today's headlines. Jeremy Jordan's Carry On Streams From Feinstein's/54 Below. 54 Below Premieres continues in May with Jeremy Jordan: Carry On. All productions in this performance series from NYC supper club Feinstein’s/54 Below are filmed live from the venue, sans audience, and have been designed exclusively for streaming. Jordan, Tony-nominated for his role in Newsies, most recently appeared on Broadway in Waitress opposite Shoshana Bean. His show Carry On explores the performer's new life as a father, featuring an array of musical styles and some never-before-heard songs. Musical direction is by Benjamin Rauhala. Carry On premieres 8 PM ET on May 6, then will be available on demand until May 27. For more information and ticketing, click here.
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'Supergirl' Fans Are Hoping for Jeremy Jordan to Make a Comeback in Season 6

Season 5 of Supergirl captured Winn's (Jeremy Jordan) unexpected return. The fan-favorite character disappeared from the show after the Season 3 finale, "Battles Lost and Won," only to make a three-episode comeback and triumph over his evil doppelgänger, among other deeds. So, what happened to Winn? Why did he leave the show? And could he make another comeback in Season 6?

Welcomes Jeremy Jordan, Lee Wilkof, Hunter Foster, and Gideon Glick March 6

Stars in the House, the daily live streamed concert series created by Playbill correspondent and SiriusXM Broadway host Seth Rudetsky and producer James Wesley, welcomes several actors who have played Seymour in the hit musical Little Shop of Horrors March 6. Guests include Lee Wilkof, who created the role Off-Broadway...
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Jeremy Jordan Shares How He Met His Wife is a True-life Broadway Love Story

His first reaction to their meet cute was, “you’re outta my league!”. Tony and Grammy-nominated actor, Jeremy Jordan has originated some pretty notable roles on Broadway such as Jack Kelly in the original cast of Newsies, as well as Clyde Barrow in the original production of Bonnie and Clyde. On screen we've seen him in the CW series, Supergirl as well as in a Hallmark Christmas movie from last year, Holly & Ivy. In fact, Jordan will be returning to our favorite network this weekend in Mix Up in the Mediterranean, airing on Hallmark Channel on Saturday night at 9PM. (more on that in a bit) But it could be argued that one of his smallest roles changed his life.

'Mix Up in the Mediterranean' Full Cast List: Meet Jeremy Jordan, Jessica Lowndes and rest of the stars from Hallmark movie

'Mix Up in the Mediterranean' follows the culinary confusion that occurs when a small-time cook finds romance while impersonating his big city twin in a culinary competition. He falls in love with the woman in charge of the competition but this recipe for romance is complicated because she thinks he is the happily-married gay twin. 'Mix Up in the Mediterranean' marks an important leap in Hallmark Channel's programming as it features the channel's first-ever gay lead.
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Supergirl's Jeremy Jordan Recalls The Brutal Time He Performed The Greatest Showman With Hugh Jackman Before Losing Role To Zac Efron

In early 2020 Jeremy Jordan performed a one man show called Carry On in which he relayed the whole story, and a clip of the section involving The Greatest Showman recently dropped online. Joran explains that he originally recorded demo versions of all of Hugh Jackman's songs from the film, as he had a relationship with songwriters Benj Pasak and Justin Paul. While Hugh Jackman had already been cast in the lead of P.T. Barnum, Jordan was excited to learn of the role of Philip Carlyle as it was potentially a role he could play. Spoiler alert, the role was eventually played by Zac Efron.