Stories and Songs from the Broadway Stage


Deborah Lew


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Ms. Lew is an actress who played the role of Belle in “Beauty and the Beast” on Broadway and appeared in the Broadway revival of “The Three penny Opera̶ 1;. Most recently, she was part of Bartlett Sher's acclaimed revival of “South Pacific” at Lincoln Center. Other off-Broadway shows include “Cinderella,” “Candide,” “Cupid and Psyche,” “No, No, Nanette ,” “Up in the Air,” “West Side Story” as Maria, “Amour” as Isabelle, “Les Miserables” as Cosette, “Miss Saigon” as Kim, “The King and I” as Tuptim, and “Myth” as Elizabeth. Deborah has been a concert soloist at Jazz at Lincoln Center and, nationally, with the Asian Americans on Broadway concerts. She is a Calvin College graduate who will return to her alma mater to share with us a collection of songs and stories from her experiences of growing up in Grand Rapids, moving to New York City, and working to build a career in the theatre. She will recount stories from past show experiences and the audition process, as well as life in the Big Apple. The presentation will include performances of songs from her favorite shows.

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