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An Interview with the Dreamgirls Cast

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An interview with the Dreamgirls cast at the Cupcake Studios in NoHo Arts District. 

Director/ Choreographer Tor Campbell took the musical that first inspired his career and flipped it into a witty, modern adaptation that's been playing to sold-out crowds!  

I recently got a chance to talk to the cast of "Dreamgirls" playing at Cupcake Studios in NoHo Arts District. When I saw it for the first time, my senses were on overload. It was a hot day so walking into a room with high ceilings and the AC on blast felt like heaven. Will call was a breeze which gave us time to notice a few familiar faces and meet new friends. All the while keeping our eye on the theatre door. Suddenly a hand waves above the crowd calling sections in and we single file down a hallway into a small, dimly lit theatre. Between the drinks we picked up from the bar, the intimate seating and that tantalizing popcorn smell wafting through the building, we immediately became disconnected from all the buzz on Magnolia Blvd. We were there as one; eagerly awaiting that first note and to watch this timeless story unfold no more than 7 feet away from us. 
A huge thank you to the cast and crew. I decided to do interviews instead of writing an article so you can see firsthand just how dedicated they are to put on an authentic, heart-stopping show. Please share this video and continue to keep the art of theatre alive!
Interview by Luckie @thatsluckie_ / @oldschoolskinny
Shot by J'Nelle Luckie @nellyb6


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Come and join Luckie in the coolest dance class you will ever take.....

EVERY WEDNESDAY at Evolution Studios  - grab a few friends for this fully interactive, high energy house party! Its all about letting loose and feeling the groove of the 90s deep down in your bones!

Class opens with a15 minute 'watch and repeat' style warm up aimed at improving flexibility, relieving stress through breathing techniques, and maximizing range of motion. We'll pick up the pace with a nonstop mix of Hip Hop movements that not only improves cardio stamina and calorie burn, but strategically targets and tones ALL major muscle groups.

Some of his Industry credits....
Luckie was featured as a choreographer and onscreen dance partner for Oxygen’s hit show "Dance Your A** Off" where he landed a spot in the finale. His choreography/staging for the off -Broadway remake of the 1975 choreo-poem “For Colored Girls,” received two nominations from the NAACP Theatre Awards. He then had the pleasure of creative directing and choreographing promotional spot dates and television performances for Nicki Minaj’s "Pink Friday" album, including the Femme Fatale Tour, Rockin’ Dick Clark New Years Eve, and Good Morning America.

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