Book Of Mormon Musical

June 12, 2011 by Post Team 

Book Of Mormon MusicalBook Of Mormon Musical, Nikki M. James has always known what it means to dream of paradise. From age 5, when he made her public singing debut in church, the native of Livingston has conducted its goal of becoming an actress from Broadway with uncontrollable passion. “All I wanted was to make a play or a place singing,” he says. Realization could be happy anywhere – but there’s nothing better than its hottest new show current Broadway musical, “The Book of Mormon.”

Tonight at the Tony Awards, will compete for best performance by an actress in a role in a musical for her role as girl Nabalungi Uganda, an optimist with open eyes who lends her lovely voice with a song about the field of Utopia Mormon in Utah’s capital – “. Tlay Sal Ka Siti”

“I understand that this girl Nabalungi very well,” says James.

“She’s not stupid. For some reason, this terrible world that has lived, she still believes in the good of humanity.

“It’s nice to be able to think there is a magical place that will cure all ills.”

If not a panacea, the stage was a happy home for James. He appeared in shows for children with Livingston Community Players, at least once a year from the time she was in fourth grade, and also appeared frequently at the JCC in West Orange.

James, 29, was a star in the drama department at Livingston Senior High School. In 1999, her performance in “Hello Dolly” earned him a Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Award nomination, and with it a free ticket for your winter garden summer intensive.

“The Paper Mill has a special place in my heart,” he says. “The education department is amazing and do really, really, really great job.”

James came to New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. While still a student, he made her Broadway debut in the musical short “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.” She also appeared in “All Shook Up” and honed her classical skills with leading roles in Shakespeare’s Stratford Festival.

“Book of Mormon, however, will be an experience that James calls” hard to beat “- especially after learning of the nomination, her first.

When he heard the news, James “got scared and started to jump up and down on her bed. She shed tears happy few on the phone with her mother, brother and sister, and nephew of 18 months, offered his congratulations to the diva – “. Brava, Didi”

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