Tag Archives: Adinah Alexander

Nessa’s Niblets: December 8, 2015

Jake Boyd (Fiyero – 2nd Natl. Tour), Gregory Haney (ensemble – Broadway), Stuart Zagnit (Wizard – 2nd Natl. Tour) and Megan Masako Haley (Nessarose – 2nd Natl. Tour) all appeared in the series “Blue Bloods”. Andy Kelso (former Fiyero – 1st Natl. Tour), Jeanna de Waal (former Glinda – 2nd … Continue reading

Video Footage: Adinah Alexander performs “I Have a Little Dreydl”

Check out this video of Adinah Alexander (former ensemble, u/s Madame Morrible – Broadway) performing “I Have a Little Dreydl” at Broadway Sessions on December 19, 2013. The video, which was posted by Broadway Sessions on Youtube, is embedded below for your … Continue reading

Alexander, Cates & Mechler Set for BROADWAY SESSIONS Holiday Show

Adinah Alexander (former Midwife, u/s Madame Morrible – Broadway; former swing – Broadway), Kristy Cates (former Elphaba, former s/b Elphaba – Chicago; former t/r Elphaba – 1st Natl. Tour; former ensemble, u/s Elphaba – Broadway) and Emily Mechler (ensemble, u/s Glinda – … Continue reading

Cast Update: Broadway, West End

Broadway Production Dioni Michelle Collins has replaced Betsy Werbel in the ensemble and as an understudy for Madame Morrible. Adinah Alexander has joined the company as a swing. Brandon Leffler has replaced Nathan Peck in the ensemble. West End Production Keith Bartlett has replaced Christopher … Continue reading

Nine “Wicked” Alumni Cast In Upcoming Broadway Musical KINKY BOOTS

Nine former and current cast members of “Wicked” have been cast in the upcoming Broadway musical, KINKY BOOTS. The musical is based on the 2005 British film of the same name and is about a shoemaker in trouble and a … Continue reading

Several “Wicked” Alumni to be featured in “Imagine: A Celebration of Life”

Several current and former “Wicked” cast members will be featured in the benefit concert, Imagine: A Celebration of Life on May 7 at the Highline Ballroom in Manhattan at 7 PM. This event is presented by University Hospitals Case Medical Center’s … Continue reading