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[THEATER] Sae La Chin is in the Molly Ringwald-starrer "Sweet Charity"

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    Cast Announced for Molly Ringwald Sweet Charity Tour By Robert Simonson http://www.playbill.com/news/article/101454.html - Sae La Chin is in the cast - The
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 31, 2006
      Cast Announced for Molly Ringwald Sweet Charity Tour
      By Robert Simonson
      http://www.playbill.com/news/article/101454.html


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      Sae La Chin is in the cast

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      The national tour of Sweet Charity, starring Molly Ringwald as
      Charity Hope Valentine, has announced its full cast.

      Joining the "Pretty in Pink" and Cabaret star will be Adam Perry,
      Ben Cameron, Amanda Watkins (as Nickie), Kisha Howard (as Helene),
      Richard Ruiz (as Herman), Angel Reda, Aaron Ramey (as Vittorio),
      Nova Bergeron, Kathryn Mowat Murphy, Guy Adkins (as Oscar), David
      Glaspie (as Daddy), Angel Reda, Laquet Sharnell, Colin Cunliffe,
      Keven Quillon, Sae La Chin, Rhea Patterson, Tonya Wathen, Nova
      Bergeron and Merrit Tyler Hawkins.

      The tour, based on the Walter Bobbie Broadway production that
      starred Christina Applegate, will launch on Sept. 12 at San Diego's
      Civic Theatre.

      Other cities include Los Angeles, Sacramento, Salt Lake City,
      Denver, Memphis, Buffalo, Atlanta, Houston and Dallas.

      Ringwald has appeared on Broadway in Cabaret and Off-Broadway in
      tick,tick...BOOM!, as well as in the plays Enchanted April, Modern
      Orthodox and How I Learned to Drive. She is well known from such
      films as "Pretty in Pink," "Sixteen Candles" and "The Breakfast
      Club."

      The revival closed on Broadway on Dec. 31, 2005. The show was
      nominated for Best Revival of a Musical Tony Award. Applegate and
      choreographer Wayne Cilento were also nominated.

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      http://www.californiamusicaltheatre.com/index.cfm?page=394310
      SAE LA CHIN (Margarita) was born in Seoul, South Korea. She is
      currently a Radio City Rockette and has toured nationally with Fosse
      and The King and I. She has also performed with the Metropolitan
      Opera Ballet, Martha Graham Dance Ensemble and in Donald Byrd's
      Harlem Nutcracker. On television, Sae La has appeared on "The Macy's
      Thanksgiving Parade" and "Good Morning, America." She received her
      bachelor's degree from UC Irvine and a master's degree from NYU. She
      can be seen later this summer appearing in Cabaret and The King and
      I.

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      http://www.californiamusicaltheatre.com/index.cfm?page=457744
      SAE LA CHIN (Ensemble/Dance Captain) was born in Seoul, South Korea.
      She is currently a Radio City Rockette and has toured nationally
      with Fosse and The King and I. She has also performed with the
      Metropolitan Opera Ballet, Martha Graham Dance Ensemble and in
      Donald Byrd's Harlem Nutcracker. On television, Sae La has appeared
      on "The Macy's Thanksgiving Parade" and "Good Morning, America." She
      received her bachelor's degree from UC Irvine and a master's degree
      from NYU. She can be seen later this summer in The King and I.

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      http://www.nsmt.org/index.php?
      option=com_content&task=view&id=289&Itemid=1009
      Sae La Chin (Girl in the Green Dress, Ensemble) with NSMT: Camelot.
      Elsewhere: Sae La is thrilled to be working at NSMT again. She is
      currently a Radio City Rockette in New York and has toured
      nationally with Fosse and The King and I. She has also worked at
      Sacramento Music Circus, Metropolitan Opera Ballet and Martha
      Graham's Second Company. She graduated with a BFA from UC Irvine and
      a MFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Sae La will be performing
      in the first national tour of Sweet Charity this fall. "Thanks to my
      family and friends for their love and support."

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      http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?
      res=9F0DE5DF1F3AF935A35755C0A9649C8B63
      ''Shift,'' for Julian Barnett and Isadora Wolfe, contrasted
      stillness with plunges through space. Sudden bursts of movement
      filled ''Untitled,'' a solo for Sae La Chin, who was also sent
      scrambling about with Eliza Carollo and Kimberly Petros in the
      choreography for ''In.''

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      http://www.theatermirror.com/TAsitrnsmt.htm
      The leading man, Don Lockwood is played by Matt Loehr. His rendition
      of the title song while dancing in the theatre with rain pouring on
      him, is very well done. Matt also solos on "You Were Meant for Me"
      and "Gotta Dance". (The dancing girl in this segment played by Sae
      La Chin is the most outstanding dancer in the show and this segment
      will take your breath away with her expertise in it.) Don's love
      interest in this show, Kathy Seldon is played by 20 year old Kelly
      Felthous. She plays the spunky ingenue who steals Don's heart. Kelly
      gets to show off her beautiful voice in "You Are My Lucky
      Star", "Would You" and in "Good Morning", the best dance number in
      the show which she does with Matt and Mark Ledbetter who plays Cosmo.

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      http://www.gaycitynews.com/GCN3/DanceMcCormickArts.html
      By contrast, Untitled, a solo performed by Sae La Chin, was much
      more visceral, more evocative and human in its expression of angst,
      of pain. An arm reaches around behind the back of a body whose head
      hangs down, the face covered in hair, and is extended in contracted
      uncertainty.

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      http://www.danceinsider.com/f2001/f724_3.html
      "Manta Ray," while overly lengthy, included wing-span-width flexible
      disks of stretchy fabric. The disks could be folded like Mobius
      strips or drawn about the head to create a bell-shaped tail. It
      began to resemble a rhythmic gymnastics display when a duo, Sae La
      Chin and Yula Chin, joined Notary and began to spin the props around
      their heads. Another highlight was "3 of 51," (Notary, Caroline
      Lewis, and Schurich) which had the dancers grounding suspended mesh
      tubes, which were used as expressionistic relief canvasses for their
      screaming faces, swings, and womb-like caves. Terry and Judy Notary
      constructed the props.
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