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We’re Gonna Come Back I Janine Molinari I United States

“When Broadway went dark in 2020 it dimmed the hearts of thousands of people who not only depend on it for their livelihood but for artistic expression. Among us were young actors, singers, and dancers, some making their debut on the Broadway stage. “We’re Gonna Come Back” gives hope, resilience, and expression to all whose lives and hearts were affected this past year. But especially to the youth of Broadway, who are the future of theater here and everywhere. “

Artistic Director of Dance Molinari NYC, LA, CHI and resident director of the Seven Angels Theatre where some favorite directing/choreography credits include: Tommy, Jesus Christ Superstar,Footloose,Next to Normal Legally Blonde, Spelling Bee, Buddy Holly and The Producers.

NYC/LA/National Tour: Producing,Directing, Choreography-Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, Totally Tubular Time Machine,Godspell,Blessings In Disguise,Cabaret, Momfare, Vignettes of an Italian American Girl, The Fantasy Party, One Night Only, Left to Their Own Devices,Fiddler Subterrain, The Delusionist,

TV’s Kickin’ It,Disney, Today Show Munster Stomp, It’s a Hard Knock Life, Hooked,Tap Out Of It, and the recently released music video: “Bway’s We’re Gonna Come Back”.

Most Recently: Italian RAI TV judge/coach “Performer Italian Cup”, directing a new music video in Florence, Italy and the 22nd Broadway Holiday Hop and music video work featured at the 2022 Garden State Film Festival.

Member of AEA/SAG-AFTRA/Stage Directors and Choreographer Federation.

Director Statement

This music video features the young talent of Broadway, an original song that became the anthem of the reopening, and we were the first to perform in a Broadway Theatre during the pandemic. Many of these young professionals were in rehearsal or about ready to open when Covid shut down Broadway. Most have outgrown the roles and will never get the opportunity again. The video was shot in real time as events unfolded and then a week after we finished shooting, the first lights of broadway were turned back on!

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