Elizabeth Parkinson

Elizabeth Parkinson is an American stage actress and dancer.wikipedia
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Movin' Out (musical)

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She is best known for playing Brenda in the original production of the musical Movin' Out. She appeared on Broadway in the musical Fosse in 1999 and then in Movin' Out (2002).
Directed and choreographed by Tharp, the cast included Michael Cavanaugh, Darren Holden, Wade Preston, Elizabeth Parkinson, John Selya, Keith Roberts, Henry Haid, Ashley Tuttle, Benjamin Bowman, and Scott Wise.

Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical

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For this performance she was nominated for the 2003 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical and won the 2003 Astaire Award for Best Female Dancer.

Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical

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For this performance she was nominated for the 2003 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical and won the 2003 Astaire Award for Best Female Dancer.

Fosse (musical)

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She appeared on Broadway in the musical Fosse in 1999 and then in Movin' Out (2002).
Valarie Pettiford, Jane Lanier, Eugene Fleming, Desmond Richardson, Sergio Trujillo, Scott Wise, Kim Morgan Greene, Mary Ann Lamb, Dana Moore, Elizabeth Parkinson, Julio Agustin, Brad Anderson, Andy Blankenbuehler, Marc Calamia, Holly Cruikshank, Lisa Gajda, Scott Jovovich, Christopher R. Kirby, Dede LaBarre, Shannon Lewis, Mary MacLeod, Brad Musgrove (Dance Captain), Michael Paternostro, Rachelle Rak, Lainie Sakakura (Dance Captain), Alex Sanchez.

Scott Wise

She is the co-owner/co-director of Fineline Theatre Arts with her husband, fellow performer Scott Wise; the couple have one child.
Wise is married to dancer Elizabeth Parkinson, with whom he has a son.

Actor

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Elizabeth Parkinson is an American stage actress and dancer.

Dance

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Elizabeth Parkinson is an American stage actress and dancer.

Tony Award

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For this performance she was nominated for the 2003 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical and won the 2003 Astaire Award for Best Female Dancer.

Joffrey Ballet

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Parkinson has performed with many ballet companies, including Joffrey Ballet and Twyla Tharp Dance.

Twyla Tharp

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Parkinson has performed with many ballet companies, including Joffrey Ballet and Twyla Tharp Dance.

Broadway theatre

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She appeared on Broadway in the musical Fosse in 1999 and then in Movin' Out (2002).

Stephen Sondheim

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Parkinson appeared in the Stephen Sondheim and Wynton Marsalis Encores! concert, A Bed and a Chair: A New York Love Affair, from November 13 through 17, 2013 at City Center, New York City.

Wynton Marsalis

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Parkinson appeared in the Stephen Sondheim and Wynton Marsalis Encores! concert, A Bed and a Chair: A New York Love Affair, from November 13 through 17, 2013 at City Center, New York City.

Encores!

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Parkinson appeared in the Stephen Sondheim and Wynton Marsalis Encores! concert, A Bed and a Chair: A New York Love Affair, from November 13 through 17, 2013 at City Center, New York City.

Julio Agustin

Agustin would work on this show from 1999-2001 with names such as Elizabeth Parkinson and Scott Wise.

John Doyle (director)

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The concert featured Bernadette Peters, Norm Lewis, Jeremy Jordan, Cyrille Aimée, and Elizabeth Parkinson.

Holly Cruikshank

Initially dancing the lead role of Brenda in matinee performances, Cruikshank took over lead billing for the role on Broadway in 2003 after Elizabeth Parkinson left the show, then continued it with the touring company from 2004–2007, again to rave reviews.