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Extractions: The Accidentals Home Order CD's Contact Us Upcoming Shows ... Links Stephanie Pope and Belle Calaway BELLE ! Belle with Alan Thicke as "Billy Flynn" and Company BELLE CALAWAY, known alternately as "Stewart's Wife," and as " Incredibly Talented, Triple-Threat Actress," has most recently been seen on Broadway in the Musical "Chicago." Several Accidentals went together to see her in the play, and were knocked out by her performance. But don't take our word for it. Listen to reviewer Clive Barnes, in the New York Post, Feb. 18, 2003: "As the new Roxie Hart, Belle Calaway is outrageously confident, tough but also pixie-cute, resembing that wondrous and very first Roxie, Gwen Verdon." Another reviewer, Steve Callahan, wrote, "Belle Calaway plays Roxie, and she delivers the goods. Cute, sexy, energetic, she's perfect for the role." Gary Kilmer, Belle Calaway and Jack Hayes in the Tony-Award Winning Broadway Musical CHICAGO. Photo: Carol Rosegg
Extractions: Musical Theatre West will present the classic Cole Porter musical Anything Goes as the final production of its 53rd season. Belle Calaway, seen on Broadway in Chicago and The Will Rogers Follies , will play Reno Sweeney, the role created on Broadway by Ethel Merman and later by Patti LuPone in the show's Lincoln Center Theater revival. Calaway will be joined onstage by Kevin Earley as Billy Crocker and former "Moonlighting" TV star Allyce Beasley as Mrs. Evangeline Harcourt. The remainder of the cast features Suzanne Carlton, Sascha Childers, Lindi Duesenberg, Melissa Fahn, Gordon Goodman, John Massey Jr., Lesli Margherita, Lisaun Whittingham, and in the ensemble Venny Carranza, Jeffrey Deards Jr., Steven Donahue, Andre Evangelista, Arie Gonzalez, James Gruessing Jr., Lindsay McDonald, Daniel A. Smith, Tommy Stefanek, Karl Warden, Jessica Dawn Wilson and Norman Wilson. Directed and choreographed by Dan Mojica
Extractions: First, the not-so-good news. Musical Theatre West's production of Anything Goes has an orchestra that is too small for the space (I counted only eight musicians), and it suffers from the usual amplification problems that seem to plague the Carpenter Performing Arts Center. This is not the first time the audience has had to listen to a buzzing amplified silence between the actors' lines, and the lack of subtlety in the amplification makes everything sound more like a recording than live theatre. The better news is that these problems don't really matter. Once you get past the somewhat thin-sounding overture and adjust yourself to the audible distance between yourself and the performers, you're in for a fun time. Heading the production are Belle Calaway as nightclub singer Reno Sweeney and Kevin Earley as her pal Billy Crocker. In their first scene together, Reno complains that Billy has never made a pass at her, but Calaway plays it for fun - it's clear that this Reno has absolutely no romantic interest in this Billy, she's just joshin' around with her good friend. Having established their playful relationship from the start, Calaway and Earley are adorable as they flirt their way through "You're the Top." Calaway's voice is not delicate or elegant; she's an old-school belter and the power is there when she needs it. Character-wise, Reno's friendship and general amiability come through no matter who she is singing with, and Calaway also has a surprising vulnerability which is apparent as soon as she crosses paths with her real love interest in the piece.
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Extractions: JACK BELCZYK Member of St. Joseph Polish National Church Jack Belczyk, 91, of Fairhope, Belle Vernon, died Friday, December 21, 2007, in Mon Valley Hospital Inc., Carroll Township. He was born July 17, 1916, in Arnold City, Washington Township, a son of Frank and Maryann Kudlatta Belczyk. He was a member of St. Joseph Polish National Church, Fairhope, Belle Vernon, and was a retired coal miner. Surviving are two daughters, Priscilla Worhatch and husband Peter of Donora and Cynthia Belczyk Rotolo of Belle Vernon; six sons, John Belczyk and wife Yoko Odom of Chicopee, Md., Stanley Belczyk and wife Mona Myers-Poland of Belle Vernon, Eugene Belczyk and wife Carlyn Falbo of Monessen, Donald Belczyk and Beverly Calaway of Belle Vernon, Barry Belczyk of Elizabeth and Vincent Belczyk and wife Pamela Podvia of Belle Vernon; 17 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren. Friends will be received from noon to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday and until 10 a.m., the hour of a blessing service, Monday, December 24, in Eley/McCrory Funeral Home Inc., 334 Main Street, Fayette City, with the Rev. Fr. Felix Pyzowski officiating. Interment will follow in Belle Vernon Cemetery.
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Extractions: Daily Arts Writer "C'mon babe, why don't we paint the town ... and all that jazz," croons a luscious lady in black as nearly a dozen equally sexy dancers in black writhe and gyrate their way through a jaw-dropping, toe-tapping, hip-shaking opening number. This, boys and girls, is not your parents' Broadway musical. Actually, "Chicago," now painting the town black, white and blood red at Detroit's Fisher Theater, is your parents' Broadway musical. Originally produced in the late '60s, John Kander and Fred Ebb's masterpiece of murder, malice, mayhem and music is currently enjoying a full-scale revival that began on Broadway in 1996 and has spread its merry mayhem around the country in a slow, slinky fashion worthy of Bob Fosse's sensual choreography. Music and fashion are the passion of the new "Chicago," presented in a no-frills style that puts all the characters in revealing black attire, puts the orchestra on the stage, puts no props in people's hands (save a few bar chairs and several newspapers) and puts the audience in a beautiful, corrupt, hilarious world of jazz and liquor, blood and guts and fame and fortune. In this world of the late '20s' Windy City, we meet Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly, played by Belle Calaway and Stephanie Pope respectively, two lovely, fun-lovin' women who have dreams of careers in vaudeville and all-around celebrity - attainable dreams if only they can beat their pesky murder raps.
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Extractions: Cast: ANN REINKING as Roxie Hart BEBE NEUWIRTH as Velma Kelly JAMES NAUGHTON as Billy Flynn JOEL GREY as Amos Hart MARCIA LEWIS as Matron "Mama" Morton D. SABELLA as Mary Sunshine MAMIE DUNCAN-GIBBS as Annie MICHAEL BERRESSE as Fred Casely JIM BORSTELMANN as The Judge CAITLIN CARTER as Mona BRUCE ANTHONY DAVIS as Martin Harrison DENISE FAY as Liz MICHAEL KUBALA as Sergeant Fogarty Visit the Official Web Site of
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Extractions: Christine Toy Johnson: Stewart Gregory is an actor and songwriter, and has appeared in the independent short CHATHAM COUNTY SUPERSTAR and the features SPEED ZONE and KISS ME GUIDO. Eve Reinhardt Larry Cahn Belle Calaway Angel Fajardo is a native of Los Angeles transplanted to the New York City stage. He is a member of the Michael Chekov Theatre Company. David Larsen Jen Babiak graduated from New York University Story(Rosalia/Maria Alternate), and Grease(Sandy). Telly Leung - Broadway: FLOWER DRUM SONG. Regional: Thuy in MISS SAIGON (PCLO), Bobby in COMPANY (dir. Billy Porter) and the MUNY. Carnegie Mellon BFA. Tom Y. Toy is making his screen debut. Now a retired architect, he worked in Design and Construction for the United States Postal Service for over thirty years. He was born in China and grew up in Yonkers, New York. Yuka Takara Nina Zoie Lam Ron Glow is currently a wardrobe supervisor at MAMMA MIA! and has been a supervisor on ANNIE GET YOUR GUN, CAPEMAN and SUNSET BOULEVARD.
Extractions: A busload from Mathey and Rocky Colleges disembarked in front of the Ambassador Theatre at around 7:15 p.m., giving the students 45 minutes to relax before the show started. Some walked the few blocks to Times Square, where they spent the next 20 minutes in a trance-like state of raised eyes and open mouths.