Chris Colfer visits “Finding Neverland”!
POSTED ON Apr 19, 2015 BY Valentina INGallery

Chris Colfer visits Matthew and Laura Michelle Kelly backstage at Finding Neverland (April 18).

All the pictures in the gallery.


Additional pictures from the “Finding Neverland” Afterparty added to the album.

Matthew steals Laura Michelle Kelly’s camera in episode 6 of Finding Neverland vlog, “Never Grow Up”.

A host of Broadway talent, including Kristin Chenoweth, Gavin Creel, Andrea Martin, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Helen Mirren, Matthew Morrison, and more than 200 others, will come together on April 20 and 21 for the 29th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition at the Minskoff Theatre.

The Easter Bonnet Competition is a two-day Broadway spectacular that features the companies of Broadway, off-Broadway, and touring productions who sing, dance, and don elaborate and often outrageous original bonnets. The event benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Chenoweth (On the Twentieth Century), Miranda (Hamilton), Mirren (The Audience), and Morrison (Finding Neverland) will announce the top fundraising and best presentation awards at the Tuesday performance. Creel (The Book of Mormon) will close the show with a new arrangement of “Help Is on the Way,” BC/EFA’s Easter Bonnet anthem, written by David Friedman. Martin, joined by Seth Rudetsky, will introduce this year’s judges.

This year’s Easter Bonnet judges are Actors Fund president and CEO Joseph Benincasa, Michael Cerveris and Judy Kuhn from Fun Home, Corey Cott and Vanessa Hudgens from Gigi, Robert Fairchild and director/choreographer Christopher Wheeldon fromAn American in Paris, Judith Ivey and Rufus Wright from The Audience, and Nathaniel Parker from Wolf Hall: Parts One & Two.

Other stars scheduled to grace the stage throughout the competition include Broadway favorites Tituss Burgess and Ann Harada; Adinah Alexander, Jen Perry, and Daniel Stewart Sherman from Kinky Boots; Steven Boyer and “Tyrone” from Hand to God; Francesca Faridany and Alex Sharp from The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time; Jasmine Cephas Jones, Renee Elise Goldsberry, and Phillipa Soo from Hamilton; Rob McClure and Nancy Opel from Honeymoon in Vegas; Aaron Nelson and Alton Fitzgerald White from The Lion King; and Micah Stock from It’s Only a Play.

The original opening number will be directed and choreographed by Rommy Sandhu and written by Stacia Fernandez and James Hindman. The show will also include a tribute to the 21 national touring productions participating in the Easter Bonnet Competition fundraising, with choreography by Charlie Williams.

For more information and tickets to the Easter Bonnet Competition, click here.


The actor, along with director Diane Paulus, join TODAY to talk about Morrison’s starring role as writer J.M. Barrie in the Broadway musical, “Finding Neverland,” and Tinkerbell makes a special cameo on TODAY.


Finding Neverland YouTube channel

Behind The Velvet Rope



Further interviews will be added to this post.

Finding Neverland opens on Broadway: all the pictures!
POSTED ON Apr 16, 2015 BY Valentina INGallery

Finding Neverland opened on Broadway last night (April 15). Check out all the pictures from the day in the gallery.

Gypsy Robe Ceremony

Curtain Call


Red Carpet and Afterparty


All the reviews can be found on BroadwayWorld!

Matthew, Laura Michelle Kelly and the Finding Neverland¬†cast perform “Believe” in this B-roll clip, courtesy of Yahoo.

Matthew on Live! with Kelly and Michael
POSTED ON Apr 14, 2015 BY Valentina INInterview,Video

Matthew stopped by Live! with Kelly and Michael this morning, to talk about Finding Neverland.

Laura Michelle Kelly dances with Matthew Morrison at FINDING NEVERLAND.

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J.M. Barrie
Opening: April 15, 2015
Where: Lunt-Fontanne Theater, NYC
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