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Chad Kimball and Montego Glover – Memphis

Discussing their roles in the production of Memphis.

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Broadway Ladies: Ms. February 2010

She is a beautiful woman, with large, pretty eyes and a billion watt smile.  She can act, dance and sing – can she ever! 

A star of such varied regional productions as Guys and Dolls and Once on this Island, she made it to Broadway in The Color Purple as an understudy for both Celie and Nettie.  And right now, she is tearing the rook right off the Shubert Theatre eight nights a week as an above-the-title star in Memphis.

I am talking about none other than Montego Glover, who will likely be a Tony nominee shortly, and is already showing signs of Broadway Diva-dom.  Just listen to her belt out “Colored Woman.” Or sweetly pop her way through “Someday.” Or call upon the angels and God himself in “Make Me Stronger.”

And now, here she is… Ms. February 2010!

One of Ms. Glover’s Headshots
As Ti Moune (far left) in a regional production of Once on this Island
And as Sarah Brown in a regional production of Guys and Dolls
At a Memphis pre-opening press event with composer David Bryan, co-star (and Mr. November 2009) Chad Kimball, and lyricist and book writer Joe DiPietro.
And at Memphis’ opening night with her leading man, Chad Kimball
Here they are again, doing what they do best – having all kinds of chemistry as Felicia and Huey!
Sing out, Montego!  You are Ms. February 2010 and a Broadway Star!
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Montego Glover and Chad Kimball’s Six Years in ‘Memphis’ “WHEN the musical “Memphis” had its world premiere in 2003, at the North Shore Music Theater in Massachusetts, the central character, Huey Calhoun, was a white, pill-popping alcoholic who limped through Act II after being beaten for dating a black woman. During the show’s six-year journey to Broadway, where it opened in October, the character was repeatedly reconfigured (Huey even died at one point), given new songs and went through “something like 900 drafts of his final scene,” said the director of “Memphis,” Christopher Ashley.”

Montego Glover at Broadway on Broadway 2010

Liza Minnelli, Marc Kudisch, Montego Glover, Nancy Anderson Pay Tribute to Michael Kuchwara

Photo by Chris Owyoung
By Matthew Blank

01 Mar 2011

Liza Minnelli, Marc Kudisch, Montego Glover, Nancy Anderson and more took part in a musical tribute to late Associated Press theatre critic Michael Kuchwara, held Feb. 28 at Birdland.

Julie Halston hosted the evening. Proceeds will go to The Michael Kuchwara Fund benefiting Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF).

Kuchwara — a theatre reporter and critic for more than 25 years — was respected and beloved for his even-tempered reviews and thorough reporting. In May 2010, following a brief illness, Kuchwara’s untimely passing was linked to idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF).

Here is a look at the starry tribute:
“In his honor and to increase awareness of this fatal disease, his friends are putting on a show just for him,” according to the organizers. “Using his writings over the last 25 years, some of his favorite stars have been invited to perform songs from some of his favorite shows.”

A Benefit Evening Honoring Michael Kuchwara featured Klea Blackhurst, Kevin Chamberlin, Alison Fraser, Montego Glover, Hunter Ryan Herdlicka, Ralph Howard, Marc Kudisch, Sally Mayes, Michael McCormick, Lindsay Mendez, Noah Racey, Sherie Rene Scott, Mary Testa, Betsy Wolfe and surprise guests. The benefit was directed by Carl Andress with musical direction by Patrick Vaccariello and musical preparation by Ed Windels. The show is written by D. Michael Dvorchak and Julie Halston.

If you would like to make a donation to The Michael Kuchwara Fund, contact