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Where The Sky Ends: The Music of Michael Mott which Zachary Levi will be singing on is now available to pre-order on Amazon. Click Here to pre-order.
This is some lineup! Broadway favorites including Zachary Levi, Sierra Boggess, Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes, Justin Guarini, Orfeh, Jacqueline Petroccia, Josh Young, Bryan Terrell Clark and Ben Fankhauser all sing on the album Where The Sky Ends: The Songs of Michael Mott. The record is comprised of original Mott tunes and will be released on June 17. [ Source ]
Many fans of the TV show Chuck fell in love with the nerd-turned-unwitting spy at the heart of the show, but most probably didn’t know that he could sing.
Zachary Levi is now rehearsing for his first role on Broadway — a new musical comedy called First Date — which also features Krysta Rodriguez, the star of another NBC program, Smash.
The musical is based on a simple concept: two people on a blind date that goes cringingly wrong. But it’s not just about the couple; each character brings along all the baggage from the past relationships — and those voices in their heads provide the musical with its “Greek chorus.”
Weekends on All Things Considered guest host Rebecca Sheir met with Zach Levi and Krysta Rodriguez in New York after one of their rehearsals and talked to them about the show.
About the musical
Zachary Levi: “It’s very relatable. It’s this thing that you know, that anybody — well, almost anybody — can look at and go, ‘Oh, I understand what’s going on there.’ All the things we talk about in the date, from past experiences and exes, to you know, politics and religion.”
“[It’s about] two people in this crazy world that may or may not click, but maybe they do, but maybe they don’t, but maybe they do and will they end up together or not — I won’t ruin it for you, you have to see the play.” Read the rest of this entry »
Zac sister Shekinah is living below the line for a second time. What does this mean? It means she is spending 5 days feeding herself with just $1.50 a day. That’s the U.S. equivalent of the extreme poverty line.
While she is doing this, Shekinah has a goal of $10,000 to raise. This money will help feed hungry children.
What makes this even better is that Zac himself will match whatever is raised! So please spread the word, donate anything you can and show your support!
Click the image to be taken to Shekinah’s page to find out more and donate.