Join Artistic Director Alan Wager in this ongoing series as he chats with Broadways best.
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Most recently on Broadway, Aurelia performed in the Tony Award winning revival of Once On This Island. Prior to that, she was in Broadway's first all Acapella musical, In Transit. Some of her favorite past roles include "Armelia" in Ain't Misbehavin', "Justice Charlier" in Rock of Ages, "Effie" in Dreamgirls,"Motormouth Maybelle" in Hairspray "Sour Kangaroo" in Seussical, and "The Radio" in Caroline or Change.
This past Holiday season, she was featured in the Hallmark channel's film, Holiday for Heroes. Her vocals have also been featured Nationally on ads for Olay and Bud Light. Currently, she is featured on the just released concept album for the Broadway bound, "Anne Of Green Gables". It's is available wherever music is sold.
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