This sassy and brassy revue is a tribute to the divas of the American stage and screen.
Three sizzling and vivacious ladies take the lead to perform iconic numbers like "The Rose," "In the Mood," "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend," and more! Featuring songs old and new from the dames Sophie Tucker, Mae West, Ethel Merman, Carol Channing, Bernadette Peters, and Bette Midler. "Everybody loves a broad." - Bette Midler
Will keep you smiling
NATALIE RENEE is glad to be returning to FST! National Tour: Hairspray (Dynamite), RENT (Seasons of Love Soloist/ Mrs. J). Regional: Aida (Aida), Ragtime (Sarah), Beehive (Jasmine), Hair (Dionne), Big River (Alice’s Daughter), “Crystal” in Little Shop of Horrors (Casa Manana, North Carolina Theatre), The Wedding Singer (Gateway Playhouse), The Drowsy Chaperone (Gateway Playhouse). Special thanks to the Kimberly Vaughn Performance Studio and The Mine.
SADRINA RENEE is tickled pink to be returning to FST after putting away her Beehive a few months ago. Some other credits where Sadrina played ladies with a brassy look on life include Priscilla in the premiere of The Book of Lambert (LaMaMa), Arabella in the premiere of South (Dixon Place), Jewel in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Pridemore Playhouse) and the premiere of Southern Promises (PS122) where she was featured in the New Yorker for the role of Charlotte.
CARLY SAKOLOVE National Tour and Off Broadway: Girls Night: The Musical (Sofia’s Downstairs Cabaret). Regional: The Mystery of Edwin Drood and The Women (Speakeasy Stage, Boston). NYC Concerts: Twilight: The Musical (LABA Theatre), Epic Fail (Comix), XMas! The XPose! (Duplex), The Bawdy Show (Triad Theatre). BFA in Musical Theater from The Boston Conservatory. Carly’s viral Youtube video “Broadway Divas Send in the Clowns” recently earned her #6 in Time Magazine’s “Top Ten Talented Videos of 2010.”
Director/Choreographer | Dennis Courtney
Music Director | John Franceschina
Costume Designer | Sara J. Hinkley
Lighting Designer | Robert Perry
Sound Engineer | John Valines
Stage Manager | Theresa Hindersinn