Episode 16: Julia Mattison IS Ruby Manger

Subscribe NOW on iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play Music. Leave a star review and help other theater nerds like you find our show. Julia Mattison IS Ruby Manger IN Springtime For Ruby: A Farewell Engagement Featuring: Andrew Kober (She Loves Me) as Jean Dijon Noel Carey as Randy Newman Join fictional Broadway diva Ruby Manger as she makes her long-awaited return to the New York stage! Julia Mattison stars as Ms. Manger, an enigmatic Broadway and film legend, famous for such roles as Trudy the Blind Ghost in I See You, Not Really, But You Know What I Mean (Tony Award winner, Best Musical and Best Actress) and as Roberta in the film Inside Roberta (Sundance Film Festival rejected submission). In one hilarious hour, Ruby will re-visit her greatest career highlights and lowlights, from winning her first Tony Award, to her not-so-secret love affairs, to doing quaaludes in a basement with Rod Stewart that one time. Join Broadway’s shining Ruby as she says Hello to Spring, and Goodbye to all of us…. Once again. “Completely magical” — Ruby Manger ————– Julia Mattison has appeared on Broadway, television, and film, establishing herself as an upcoming comedian/actress and writer to watch. Broadway: Godspell (revival). Television: Drew (CBS), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC), Hey Girl (MTV, dir. Michael Showalter), Jake and Amir (CollegeHumor), Late Show With David Letterman (CBS), numerous commercials for Yoplait and Holiday Inn, among others. Film credits include How To Be Single starring Rebel Wilson and Dakota Johnson (New Line Cinema). She is represented by Soffer-Namoff Entertainment. Mattison and her comedy partner in crime Noel Carey (Randy Newman) just released their new comedy series Brooklyn Sound, available to watch at www.visitbrooklynsound.com https://54below.com/events/julia-mattison-is-ruby-manger/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/setlistpodcast Follow The Set List on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Setlistpod Follow Victor Legra on Twitter: https://twitter.com/VictorLegra

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