Cast Members of Moulin Rouge!, Hello, Dolly!, and More Named Ensemblists of the Year

Broadway News   Cast Members of Moulin Rouge!, Hello, Dolly!, and More Named Ensemblists of the Year
 
Four of Broadway’s most esteemed chorus members earn the coveted award.
Christian Dante White, Jenifer Foote, Aaron Kaburick, and Jacqueline B. Arnold
Christian Dante White, Jenifer Foote, Aaron Kaburick, and Jacqueline B. Arnold

Jacqueline B. Arnold, Jenifer Foote, Aaron Kaburick and Christian Dante White have been named the 2018 Ensemblist Award winners.

Since 2014, The Ensemblist—the digital publication and podcast advocating for theatre’s ensembles—announces the winners of its annual awards, chosen by the previous year’s winners as a way for Broadway community members to celebrate artists they respect and admire.

Read: WHAT’S NEW WITH BROADWAY’S ORIGINAL PODCAST: THE ENSEMBLIST

Arnold was recently seen in the world premiere of Moulin Rouge! at Boston’s Colonial Theatre and made her Broadway debut in Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Broadway veteran Jenifer Foote has been working on the Main Stem for nearly 20 years, starting with Annie Get Your Gun in 1999 and most recently appearing in the Tony-winning revival of Hello, Dolly! She is set to appear in the upcoming Broadway production of Tootsie. Kaburick is another alum of the recent Hello, Dolly! for the entirety of its run. He made his Broadway debut in Billy Elliot and has appeared in Motown: The Musical, Sister Act, and Something Rotten. White is the final Hello, Dolly! alum—famously having been granted the final bow during the curtain call by Bette Midler when he stepped into the role of Cornelius Hackl for the first time.

These four ensemblists were chosen by last year’s recipients: Anastacia McCleskey (Waitress), Linda Mugleston (My Fair Lady), Beth Johnson Nicely (Chicago) and John Eric Parker (The Book of Mormon).

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