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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT MANOA OUTREACH COLLEGE
Community Services Division


An Evening with Sutton Foster

Info: Feb 2, 2013 • Sat • 7:30pm • Orvis Auditorium • Call 956-8246 for ticket information • Tickets are available on line at www.etickethawaii.com, by phone at 944-2697, or visit any UH Ticket outlet (Stan Sheriff Center, Rainbowtique Store in Ward Center, and the UH Mānoa Campus Center ticket office), service charges apply. Advance sales end at midnight the day prior to the performance. For more information call 956-8246.

Sutton Foster is an award-winning actor, singer and dancer who feels blessed to be living her dream.

Sutton was born in Georgia, raised in Michigan, and currently lives in New York City. She appeared in The Will Rogers Follies, Grease!, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Annie, and Les Miserables before her big break and Tony Award-winning performance in Thoroughly Modern Millie.

Sutton originated roles in the Broadway productions of Little Women, The Drowsy Chaperone, Young Frankenstein, and Shrek the Musical.

After starring as Reno Sweeney in The Roundabout`s revival of Anything Goes, a role that earned Sutton the 2011 Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Astaire, and Broadway.com`s Audience Favorite Awards, Sutton is spending some time in LA where she is starring in the new ABC Family drama, "Bunheads".

She was first seen on television on Star Search at age 15, and has more recently appeared in Johnny and the Sprites and Flight of the Conchords. As a solo artist, Sutton has graced the stages of Carnegie Hall, Feinstein`s, and Joe`s Pub, among others. In addition to performing, Sutton`s passions include her shih-tzu, Linus and most reality television shows.

Sutton will be joined by Michael Rafter. Michael is musical director, arranger, conductor and pianist. He has worked with Sutton on a number of shows including Thoroughly Modern Millie.

A University of Hawai`i at Mānoa Outreach College performance. Sponsored in part by the Mānoa Arts & Minds Series.


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