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Watch: Jennifer Holliday’s 2nd Coming

Jennifer Holliday is a self-proclaimed Broadway baby—and once a Broadway baby, always a Broadway baby. The legendary actress started her career decades ago in Your Arms Too Short to Box With God but won the world over in Dreamgirls as Effie White—for which Holliday won a Tony Award. The iconic play ran on Broadway 35 […]
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Jennifer Holliday to return to Atlanta stage in ‘Dreamgirls’

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Jennifer Holliday slayed it on the "American Idol" finale last year. Photo: Getty Images Powerhouse singer Jennifer Holliday will return to the Atlanta stage this summer in “Dreamgirls” as part of the Theater of the Stars’ 2013-2014...

Jennifer Holliday Is Joining The Color Purple and You, You’re Gonna Love Her

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture

As if The Color Purple didn't have a ridiculously gifted vocal cast already, Jennifer Holliday, who famously originated the role of Effie White in Dreamgirls, is returning to Broadway to join it. Holliday will play Shug Avery, a rol...

Jennifer Holliday Is The Latest Dreamgirl To Sign On For ‘Color Purple’ Stint On Broadway

Industries / Entertainment Industry : Deadline Hollywood

Jennifer Holliday, who claimed instant stardom as Effie White in the 1981 premiere of Dreamgirls, will take over the role of chanteuse Shug Avery in the Broadway revival of The Color Purple beginning October 4. The Tony and Grammy w...

Jennifer Holliday: Broadway ‘Dreamgirls’ Legend To Be Profiled On TV One’s ‘Unsung’ Tonight

Pop Culture / Celebrity : The Inquisitr - Entertainment

Singer Jennifer Holliday will have her story told on the next episode of Unsung tonight on TV One. Unsung first premiered in American households in 2008. The popular tv series, that is mostly watched by African Americans, focuses on...

Jennifer Holliday To Join Cast Of 'The Color Purple'

Ethnicity & Race / African American : Huffington Post Voices News

Jennifer Holliday, the actress who won a Tony Award for her blistering performance as Effie White in the original production of “Dreamgirls,” is joining the cast of “The Color Purple.” -- This feed and its contents are the property ...

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