Three original actresses from the Hairspray show, now in the Mama, I'm a Big Girl Now show. From left to right: Kerry (in black sparkly dress), Laura (in gold sparkly dress), and Marissa (in a red velvety dress)

Kerry Butler, Laura Bell Bundy, and Marissa Jaret Winokur

DATE

Fri, Apr 12, 2024

- Fri, Apr 12, 2024

TIME

7:30 pm

VENUE

Enlow Recital Hall

CATEGORY

music

PRICE

$49 - 75

Mama I’m a Big Girl Now!

Tony Award Winner Marissa Jaret Winokur (Dancing with the Stars), Tony  Nominee Kerry Butler (Xanadu), and Tony Nominee Laura Bell Bundy (Legally  Blonde) reunite onstage for the first time in 22 years for Mama, I’m a Big Girl Now. Spend the evening revisiting the show that helped launch their careers and lifelong friendships while singing hits from the shows that made you fall in love with them. 

With 16 Broadway shows and over 200 television episodes, this trio has indeed done it all! From “Beetlejuice” to “Big BrotherMean Girls to  Legally BlondeDancing with the Stars to Beauty and the Beast”… Wicked to Gypsy … and even the Country Music Awards! 

Join these powerhouse performers on a hilarious and meaningful musical journey about their origins, friendships, careers, and their children! For decades, they performed as teenagers on stage. Now, see the fully bloomed divas they’ve become in Mama, I’m a Big Girl Now, a night of Broadway music and stories you will never forget.

Kerry Butler

Kerry Butler’s Broadway credits include: Barbara in Beetlejuice, OCC nomination for playing three roles in Mean Girls, Xanadu (Tony and DL nominations), Hairspray (Clarence Derwent Award, DD, OCC nominations), Beauty and the Beast (Dora nomination), Disaster!, Catch Me If You Can (DD nomination), Rock of Ages, Little Shop of Horrors (OCC nomination), Les Misérables, Blood Brothers, The Best Man. Off-Broadway: Bat Boy, The Call, Clinton. Television: 30 Rock, The Mindy Project, Rescue Me, Law & Order, The Mysteries of Laura, White Collar, Blue Bloods, Gilmore Girls. Film: Honor Society, The Miseducation of Cameron Post.  Album: Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust.

Laura Bell Bundy

Laura Bell Bundy is a Tony-nominated Broadway actress & Billboard top 5 recording artist. She is also the founder of the Women Of Tomorrow Foundation. Laura Bell Bundy debuted at age 9 in the Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall

Since then, she has originated stage roles, most notably, Tina in Ruthless (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations),  Amber in Broadway’s Hairspray, and most notably, Elle Woods in Legally Blonde The Musical, where she received a Tony Nomination.   She recently starred in The Cottage on Broadway.  Bundy has appeared or starred in numerous films and over 100 episodes of television, including roles on Call Me Kat, The New Fairly Odd Parents— Fairly Odder,  Perfect Harmony, How I Met Your Mother/Father,  Hart of Dixie, American Gods, Anger Management, Good Behavior, Documentary Now, Dream Girls, Jumanji and many more.  Bundy has recorded multiple albums as a Universal Music Group & Big Machine Label artist, which garnered a CMT nomination, a Billboard Top Five Album, and a Gold record in Norway.  She was a Sony Publishing songwriter from 2009 to 2014 and has toured the world doing concerts of her original music, opening for Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, Dwight Yoakam, Miranda Lambert and others. As a writer and composer, she created and developed the series Mashvile for Netflix and Girl Time — a women’s history sketch comedy variety show— for Freeform (Disney).

Her latest album, Women of Tomorrow, released by ONErpm, thematically tackles the double standards so many women face today, reaching over two million streams across streaming platforms. The companion podcast of the same name on Broadway Podcast Network dives deeper into the history of each issue, and the community and app give women the tools to be empowered in all areas of their lives.  Women Of Tomorrow Foundation’s concerts and events have raised over $200K for female causes in the New York area. Laura Bell goes home every night to her farm in New Jersey with 12 sheep, four goats, two dogs, a barn cat and various wildlife. Her favorite job is being Huck’s mom. Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, & Tik Tok:  @laurabellbundy and @womxnoftomorrow

Marissa Jaret Winokur

Winokur is perhaps best known for creating the role of “Tracy Turnblad” in the Broadway musical Hairspray, winning a Tony Award, a Drama Desk Award, and an Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical.  Marissa was crowned winner of the inaugural season of Celebrity Big Brother and danced her way into the hearts of America on the hit series Dancing with the Stars, making it all the way to the Final 4!

Marissa currently recurs on many hit shows, including What We Do In The Shadows, Bupkis, So Help Me Todd, Clone High and can be seen now in Netflix movies Feel the Beat and Trouble. She recently returned to The Hollywood Bowl to star in Kinky Boots alongside Wayne Brady and Beauty and the Beast with Rebel Wilson and Taye Diggs.

Marissa started her career on Broadway in Tommy Tune’s Grease! She has hosted many talk shows, including The Talk, The View, Dance Your Ass Off, All About Sex, and Off The Block With Ross And Marissa. She can be seen on many TV shows still streaming today. Her favorite series regular roles and recurring roles include Curb Your Enthusiasm, Girls, Crashing, Playing House, Million Little Things, Perfect Harmony, Stacked, Retired at 35, and voice characters on hundreds of animated shows, including critically acclaimed American Dad, King of the Hill, The Cleveland Show, Yo Gabba Gabba! and Shrek The Halls.

Marissa and her husband, comedy writer Judah Miller, split their time between NY and LA with their son Zev (when he’s not playing Tennis) and their two Labradoodles. Marissa is a cancer survivor and is passionate about educating women on cancer awareness and works closely with STAND UP TO CANCER.

Mama I'm a Big Girl Now! – Kean Stage

Tony Award Winner Marissa Jaret Winokur (Dancing with the Stars), Tony Nominee Kerry Butler (Xanadu), and Tony Nominee Laura Bell Bundy (Legally Blonde) reunite onstage for the first time in 20 years in “Mama, I’m a Big Girl Now.” Spend the evening revisiting the show that helped launch their careers and lifelong friendships while singing hits from the shows that made you fall in love with them.

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Mama I’m a Big Girl Now!

DATE

Fri, Apr 12, 2024

- Fri, Apr 12, 2024

TIME

7:30 pm

VENUE

Enlow Recital Hall

CATEGORY

music

PRICE

$49 - 75

Tony Award Winner Marissa Jaret Winokur (Dancing with the Stars), Tony  Nominee Kerry Butler (Xanadu), and Tony Nominee Laura Bell Bundy (Legally  Blonde) reunite onstage for the first time in 22 years for Mama, I’m a Big Girl Now. Spend the evening revisiting the show that helped launch their careers and lifelong friendships while singing hits from the shows that made you fall in love with them. 

With 16 Broadway shows and over 200 television episodes, this trio has indeed done it all! From “Beetlejuice” to “Big BrotherMean Girls to  Legally BlondeDancing with the Stars to Beauty and the Beast”… Wicked to Gypsy … and even the Country Music Awards! 

Join these powerhouse performers on a hilarious and meaningful musical journey about their origins, friendships, careers, and their children! For decades, they performed as teenagers on stage. Now, see the fully bloomed divas they’ve become in Mama, I’m a Big Girl Now, a night of Broadway music and stories you will never forget.

Kerry Butler

Kerry Butler’s Broadway credits include: Barbara in Beetlejuice, OCC nomination for playing three roles in Mean Girls, Xanadu (Tony and DL nominations), Hairspray (Clarence Derwent Award, DD, OCC nominations), Beauty and the Beast (Dora nomination), Disaster!, Catch Me If You Can (DD nomination), Rock of Ages, Little Shop of Horrors (OCC nomination), Les Misérables, Blood Brothers, The Best Man. Off-Broadway: Bat Boy, The Call, Clinton. Television: 30 Rock, The Mindy Project, Rescue Me, Law & Order, The Mysteries of Laura, White Collar, Blue Bloods, Gilmore Girls. Film: Honor Society, The Miseducation of Cameron Post.  Album: Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust.

Laura Bell Bundy

Laura Bell Bundy is a Tony-nominated Broadway actress & Billboard top 5 recording artist. She is also the founder of the Women Of Tomorrow Foundation. Laura Bell Bundy debuted at age 9 in the Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall

Since then, she has originated stage roles, most notably, Tina in Ruthless (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations),  Amber in Broadway’s Hairspray, and most notably, Elle Woods in Legally Blonde The Musical, where she received a Tony Nomination.   She recently starred in The Cottage on Broadway.  Bundy has appeared or starred in numerous films and over 100 episodes of television, including roles on Call Me Kat, The New Fairly Odd Parents— Fairly Odder,  Perfect Harmony, How I Met Your Mother/Father,  Hart of Dixie, American Gods, Anger Management, Good Behavior, Documentary Now, Dream Girls, Jumanji and many more.  Bundy has recorded multiple albums as a Universal Music Group & Big Machine Label artist, which garnered a CMT nomination, a Billboard Top Five Album, and a Gold record in Norway.  She was a Sony Publishing songwriter from 2009 to 2014 and has toured the world doing concerts of her original music, opening for Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, Dwight Yoakam, Miranda Lambert and others. As a writer and composer, she created and developed the series Mashvile for Netflix and Girl Time — a women’s history sketch comedy variety show— for Freeform (Disney).

Her latest album, Women of Tomorrow, released by ONErpm, thematically tackles the double standards so many women face today, reaching over two million streams across streaming platforms. The companion podcast of the same name on Broadway Podcast Network dives deeper into the history of each issue, and the community and app give women the tools to be empowered in all areas of their lives.  Women Of Tomorrow Foundation’s concerts and events have raised over $200K for female causes in the New York area. Laura Bell goes home every night to her farm in New Jersey with 12 sheep, four goats, two dogs, a barn cat and various wildlife. Her favorite job is being Huck’s mom. Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, & Tik Tok:  @laurabellbundy and @womxnoftomorrow

Marissa Jaret Winokur

Winokur is perhaps best known for creating the role of “Tracy Turnblad” in the Broadway musical Hairspray, winning a Tony Award, a Drama Desk Award, and an Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical.  Marissa was crowned winner of the inaugural season of Celebrity Big Brother and danced her way into the hearts of America on the hit series Dancing with the Stars, making it all the way to the Final 4!

Marissa currently recurs on many hit shows, including What We Do In The Shadows, Bupkis, So Help Me Todd, Clone High and can be seen now in Netflix movies Feel the Beat and Trouble. She recently returned to The Hollywood Bowl to star in Kinky Boots alongside Wayne Brady and Beauty and the Beast with Rebel Wilson and Taye Diggs.

Marissa started her career on Broadway in Tommy Tune’s Grease! She has hosted many talk shows, including The Talk, The View, Dance Your Ass Off, All About Sex, and Off The Block With Ross And Marissa. She can be seen on many TV shows still streaming today. Her favorite series regular roles and recurring roles include Curb Your Enthusiasm, Girls, Crashing, Playing House, Million Little Things, Perfect Harmony, Stacked, Retired at 35, and voice characters on hundreds of animated shows, including critically acclaimed American Dad, King of the Hill, The Cleveland Show, Yo Gabba Gabba! and Shrek The Halls.

Marissa and her husband, comedy writer Judah Miller, split their time between NY and LA with their son Zev (when he’s not playing Tennis) and their two Labradoodles. Marissa is a cancer survivor and is passionate about educating women on cancer awareness and works closely with STAND UP TO CANCER.

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