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July 30, 2020 By simplyk   Comments Off on Kelli O’Hara Performs “If I Loved You” on the 2020 A Capitol Fourth 2020

July 30, 2020 By simplyk   Comments Off on Kelli O’Hara Performs “Fire and Rain” on the 2020 National Memorial Day Concert. 2019

March 26, 2020 By simplyk   Comments Off on Get the Tissues Ready for Kelli O’Hara’s Gorgeous Performance of “Take Me to the World” 2020, Concert

March 20, 2020 By simplyk   Comments Off on Stares In The House 2020, Video

February 28, 2020 By simplyk   Comments Off on Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin Podcast

 

For more than a decade, Kelli O’Hara has been at the very top of the Broadway heap.  She gets called “luminous” so often that it must get really veryvery tiring.  It’s been a remarkable journey for a kid who grew up on a farm in western Oklahoma and cut her teeth doing repertory theater in Wichita.  She tells Alec her story, with a fascinating, surprising twist: she deeply loves Broadway but wants to branch out, and says she’s struggled to do so.

 

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February 27, 2020 By simplyk   Comments Off on The Mountain Spring | Circle Round 88 Greg Naughton, Podcast

 

 

Imagine what you would do if you could turn back time.

Would you rewind the clock to last week? Last year? Last century?

We’re about to meet some people who get the chance to go back in time, in a way… thanks to some unexpected magic.

Our story is called “The Mountain Spring.” Versions of this folktale come from Japan and Korea, in East Asia.

Voices in this episode include Kevin Corbett, Greg Naughton and Kelli O’Hara. Tony Award winner Kelli O’Hara has starred in a bevy of Broadway musicals, including The Pajama Game, The Bridges of Madison County, South Pacific, Kiss me, Kate and The King and I. Grown-ups, look for Kelli in the new Netflix film, All The Bright Places, coming out February 28th. Greg Naughton wrote and directed The Independents, a film inspired by his folk-rock band, The Sweet Remains. And fun fact: Greg’s dad is Broadway legend James Naughton, who starred in our season-two episode, “The King and the Cobbler.”

This episode was adapted for Circle Round by Rebecca Sheir. It was edited by Virginia Marshall. Circle Round’s executive producer is Katherine Brewer. Circle Round’s original music and sound design is by Eric Shimelonis. Our artist is Sabina Hahn

August 3, 2019 By simplyk   Comments Off on The 2019 Arts for Autism highlight reel 2019

The 2019 Arts for Autism highlight reel is here! The magic bursts off the screen watching hundreds of incredibly…

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August 3, 2019 By simplyk   Comments Off on Info!!! Uncategorized

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Had to move host, and was a lot of problems with transferring old site to new host, so we are starting on clean site

August 3, 2019 By simplyk   Comments Off on King and I press in Japan 2019, Japan, King and I, Tokyo

August 3, 2019 By simplyk   Comments Off on London Concert 2019, Concert, London

Broadways and Tony Awards winner Kelli O’Hara is coming back to London on 10th November 2019 to play Cadogan Hall

Get Tickets from www.club11.london/kelli

Slået op af Club11LondonMandag den 10. juni 2019