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The Broadway Tour, presented by Walkin' Broadway, zeroes in on Times Square’s rich theater heritage. The Tour is a multimedia experience: live guides who are aspiring New York actors and directors, escort you through the theater district as you listen with your personal headset to Broadway show tunes and exclusive interviews with Broadway greats like Hal Prince, Kitty Carlisle Hart, Stephen Schwartz, and more.
Meet the guides:
Rori Nogee is thrilled to be a tour guide for Walkin’ Broadway and spread her passion for all things theater. She is an actress, singer/songwriter and playwright who hails from Long Island, and began her career as a child on Broadway in Joseph…Dreamcoat. Off-Broadway: Showgirls, the Musical!(Cristal Connors), which earned her a rave review in the NY Times, Pinkalicious(New World Stages), The Berenstain Bears, Live!, Let My People Come and Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad. National Tours include: Rockband, Live!, The Wizard of Oz(Dorothy). Regional Theater: Rent(Maureen), Gypsy(Mazeppa), and the role of Watho in the world premiere of The Day Boy and the Night Girl, which earned her a Spirit Nomination for Best Actress in a Musical. Rori has also performed in theme parks, in the NYC Fringe and Midtown International Theater Festivals, on America’s Got Talent. As a writer, her concept musical Fragments was seen at Don’t Tell Mama, and her play, Down This Road, received numerous staged readings. She studied at NYU’s Lee Strasberg Institute, Circle in the Square Theater School, LAByrinth Theater Intensive and has a BA in theater from SUNY Cortland. She is currently the Assistant Director of Off-Broadway’s Pinkalicious..
Raina Fraley is pleased to boogy down Broadway with guests from around the world! She was born and raised in Houston, Tx. She actually has a background in classical singing, having grown up with the children’s chorus at Houston Grand Opera, and studied vocal pedagogy and music at the Houston Highschool for the Performing and Visual Arts. However, she had also been bitten that pesky acting bug, so when it came time to pick a college, she chose to pursue a B.F.A in musical theatre from Syracuse University. She has been in NYC ever since graduating SU with honors, and is thrilled to be pursuing the profession. She has performed at numerous cabaret venues and off-off Broadway theaters throughout the city, and recently finished a first read of the new musical “All Fall Down”.