Raven Symone is looking good when everyone seen her on Wendy Williams Show we were knocked out of our seats. Glad to see here happy and healthy. Check out Ms. Raven Symone now she has lost a lot of weight. She also send encouragement to her co-star Kyle Massey (Corey) on his venture on Dancing With The Stars.
Raven Symone and a host of other cast mates in “24 Hour Plays” congrats to her. I will have reviews on the play but in the mean time check out photos of Raven and cast mates in action. This is all about the plays and who will play in them:
Creative teams and casting have been set for the four brand new musical which make up the Monday, February 8, 2010 “The 24 Hour Musicals” held at The Gramercy Theatre (127 East 23rd Street, between Park and Lexington Aves) – doors open at 7:00pm for a 7:30pm performance, it has been announced by producers The 24 Hour Company and the Exchange.
Four brand new musicals will be written, cast, rehearsed and performed in a single day, featuring an star-studded line up of Broadway performers, composers, writers, directors, choreographers and musical directors. Creative director Ted Sperling (musical director of Light in the Piazza, South Pacific and Guys &Dolls), will lead some of the theatre’s brightest talent from Broadway, film and television as they collaborate under one roof, in one day, to create original musical theatre.
The four new musical, their creative teams and casts are (All participating artists are subject to change.):
“You Can See the East River From Here, Too” — book by Jonathan Bernstein. Music and lyrics by Jeanine Tesori. Directed by Ted Sperling. Starring Dee Roscioli, John Ellison Conlee, Katie Thompson
“Anti Valentines” — Book by Julia Jordan. Music and lyrics by Jeff Blumenkrantz. Directed by Moisés Kaufman. Starring Celia Keenan-Bolger, Marnie Schulenburg, Michael Winther, Zachary Prince
“The First of His Heart” – Book by Jonathan Marc Sherman. Music and lyrics by Adam Gwon. Directed by Trip Cullman. Starring Julian Fleisher, Nancy Opel, Darius DeHaas
The creative process for THE 24 HOUR MUSICALS begins Sunday, February
7th at 9 p.m. when all participating artists will convene at the National Arts Club on Gramercy Park with a prop or costume piece to inspire the writers. After thecompany is briefed, the actors and directors will leave the writers to create the book, music andlyrics for their 15-minute musicals …in just eight hours. At 7 a.m. Monday morning, the directors will return to read the completed musicals and finalize casting. An hour later, the actors will return to begin a twelve-hour rehearsal process. At 8:00 p.m., ink barely dry, the four new musicals will be performed for a live audience. Although the actors only have one day to memorize lines, lyrics and music, create characters and learn blocking, the musicals are performed without scripts in hand.
Also see and hear Raven in these movies:
Meet The Fockers Sequel -The Focker and the Byrnes families brace themselves for the arrival of a baby. Set to be release in theaters Dec.05 2010
Tinker Bell and The Great Fairy Rescue - Tinker Bell must team up with a rival fairy to keep their existence a secret from humans. Set to release Nov. 2010 in Germany.