Posts Tagged ‘Alix Korey’

This contest is now over and Congratulations go out to Annie! Tune in next week for another edition of “Win It Wednesday” because you never know, the winner just might be you! This week’s edition of “Win It Wednesday” is celebrating Elvis’ life (since Monday 8/16 was the anniversary of his death) by giving away, to one lucky reader at random, a mug to the 2005 production of Broadway’s “All Shook Up” which starred fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participants Alix Korey, Mark Price, and Anika Larsen, along with Cheyenne Jackson, Jenn Gambatese, Leah Hocking, Sharon Wilkins, Nikki M. James, and Curtis Holbrook. To enter, simply answer the question below. The winner will be announced at 5pm! Good Luck!

If you could cast Elvis in any Broadway show, what show would you cast him in and who would you cast as his leading lady/man?


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Inventing AviAlix Korey & Juri Henley-CohnToday I saw “Inventing Avi” at the Abingdon Theatre on 36th Street in New York City starring the hilarious Alix Korey. The show asks the question “What would you do to make it?” From schemes to blackmail to mistaken identity, the audience is taken on this journey wondering when and if the truth will be revealed. This funny, topical and thought provoking show is lead by an extraordinary cast comprising of the already mentioned hilarious Alix Korey who uses her comedic timing perfectly as “Judy Stiff,” a Broadway producer hoping for her next big hit. Emily Zacharis plays “Mimi/Mother” with the passion and conviction needed to portray an actress who’s hoping for a comeback. Stanley Bahorek brings innocence and hope to his character “David Smith”, a young playwright who wants to be the next big thing on Broadway. Havilah Brewster shines as “Amy/Young Mimi,” portraying an actress dying for her chance at stardom using whatever tactic she needs to get there. Lori Gardner brings her comedic charm to the roles of “Astrud (the maid of “Mimi” & “Young Judy” (the sister who felt like she was living in “Mimi’s shadow, but wanted to break free). Juri Henley-Cohn bring his suaveness, sex appeal, and character talents to the role “Avi Aviv,” an actor/player who does what he needs to get ahead no matter who it’s with. If you’re looking for a smart and hilarious show, go see “Inventing Avi” at the Abingdon Theatre, but you better hurry because the show is only there until November 1.Stanley Bahorek, Juri Henley-Cohn, Havilah Brewster

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