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Jul 2017
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Last night (July 11th) Pippa visited her former Hamilton co-star Oak Onaodowan and the cast of Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812 to celebrate his first performance. Check out the two photos I’ve added to the gallery below!

Appearances & Events > 2017 > 07.11 – Oak Onaodowan’s Opening Night in Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, New York City

May 2017
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Phillipa and Adam recently performed live for Billboard’s Tony Awards series! Check out the videos of Pippa performing “Times Are Hard For Dreamers” and “Stay” below and screencaptures in the gallery! The full video can be found here.

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May 2017
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Pippa attended the 32nd Annual Lucille Lortel Awards last night in New York, check out the photos in the gallery! A massive thank you to Shannon for helping out with the photos!

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Appearances & Events > 2017 > 05.07 – 32nd Annual Lucille Lortel Awards – Arrivals, New York City
Appearances & Events > 2017 > 05.07 – 32nd Annual Lucille Lortel Awards – Show, New York City
Appearances & Events > 2017 > 05.07 – 32nd Annual Lucille Lortel Awards – Press Room, New York City
Appearances & Events > 2017 > 05.07 – 32nd Annual Lucille Lortel Awards – Backstage, New York City

May 2017
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Good work, Broadway.com readers! You’ve revealed the nominations for the 2017 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards, the only theatrical award that honors the season’s best as chosen by regular theatergoers. The nominations were determined after five days of online voting. Readers were asked to choose from complete lists of eligible shows and performers. […] Winners will be determined after a second round of voting that is open now and set to end on May 17 at 11:59pm EST. Winners, announced on May 19, will be honored at a private reception on May 25.

Come From Away
Dear Evan Hansen
Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812

Christy Altomare, Anastasia
Annaleigh Ashford, Sunday in the Park with George
Denee Benton, Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812
Bette Midler, Hello, Dolly!
Laura Osnes, Bandstand
Phillipa Soo, Amélie

Vote for Pippa (and Amélie) here!

May 2017
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A short music video for “Stay” – featuring a ton of amazing fan art – has been released recently. Check out the video below!

May 2017
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In the first sign of fallout from the recent announcement of the Tony nominations, producers of the Broadway musical “Amelie” have decided to throw in the towel, posting a closing notice for later this month.

With a cast led by “Hamilton” star Phillipa Soo, “Amelie” opened to largely unenthusiastic reviews April 3, and weekly sales were soft enough to suggest the show could use the boost of publicity and interest that a few Tony nominations might bring its way. But the musical was shut out of the nominations entirely.

In the approximately two months since “Amelie” began Broadway performances, weekly grosses have never broken the $600,000 mark. Last week’s tally came in at about $375,000, with attendance down at 63%.

Based on Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s 2001 movie starring Audrey Tautou, “Amelie” follows a shy young Parisian woman who bestows random acts of kindness on strangers. With a score by Daniel Messe and Nathan Tysen and book by Craig Lucas, the show premiered at Berkeley Rep in 2015 and played a pre-Broadway run at Center Theater Group’s Ahmanson Theater last year.

Warner Music Group will release the musical’s original Broadway cast album digitally May 19 (with in-store sales starting June 9). “Amelie” will close at the Walter Kerr Theater May 21.