Broadway.com: If you could invite any performer onstage for a duet at 54 Below, who would it be?
Nikki M. James: I would do anything to invite my old co-star Josh Gad on stage to do “Tonight” from West Side Story. I’m sure we would nail it.
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Nikki M. James talks about The Book of Mormon, Lucky Stiff, and her upcoming 54 Below show on CBS New York’s The Couch.
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Tony Award nominees Josh Gad and Santino Fontana will be part of the Disney 3D animated feature “Frozen,” which is due in theatres this fall, according to The Wrap.
Gad, a Tony nominee for The Book of Mormon, will voice snowman Olaf, while Tony nominee Fontana (Cinderella) will voice Hans. Also added is Alan Tudyk, who will voice the role of a visiting duke.
As previously reported, the musical based on Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen” features music by Avenue Q and Book of Mormon Tony winner Robert Lopez and his wife, Kristen Anderson-Lopez (“Winnie the Pooh,” Up Here, In Transit). Tony Award winner Stephen Oremus (Kinky Boots, The Book of Mormon) has arranged some of the music in the film.
— Grey Henson, to The Youngstown News
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