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Natalie Hall (Colby) will be performing at the May Day Cabaret on Sunday, May 1 at 7:00 pm at Space16 in Hollywood, CA. Also performing that night are Broadway performers Ellen Greene, Kevin Chamberlin, Tony Tartaglia, Micah McCain, and Mark Shunock. The show, a benefit for the Celebration Theatre (community of artists dedicated to presenting innovative, provocative and relevant work that examines the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender experience) has a limited number of tickets ranging in price from $35 – $125. For more information and tickets, visit the Celebration Theatre WEBSITE.
Natalie & Brandon were interviewed on the red carpet, after the big grand finale for ABC Daytime Salutes Broadway Cares, by the local ABC affiliate. Find out what they thought of the wonderful event, what it meant to be apart of this cause, how they enjoyed performing together & what’s coming up next on their soaps!
Fans were also delighted to see real life couple “All My Children’s” Natalie Hall and “General Hospital’s” Brandon Barash perform a rendition of “Suddenly Seymour” from “Little Shop of Horrors” that included several references to the shows that they are on.
Here’s a video of Natalie & Brandon singing their own spin on “Suddenly Seymour” — from the broadway and movie hit Little Shop of Horrors — titled “Suddenly Johnny”. How cute are they? Colleen will be uploading images soon.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) in cooperation with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS), today announced the Drama Performer Pre-Nominations for the 38th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy® Awards.
A preliminary Daytime drama performer ballot, containing each of the six performer categories, was assigned to registered, eligible peer voters. This ballot contained the full list of all entrants submitted from each show and each voter was entitled to select as many candidates as they believed worthy of Emmy® consideration. The candidates below, who received the highest number of votes for each show in each category, now advance to the final at-home screening round, due to be conducted in March and April, 2011, which will determine both nominees and winners.
Outstanding Younger Actress In A Drama Series
ALL MY CHILDREN, ABC
BRITTANY ALLEN, as Marisa Chandler NATALIE HALL, as Colby Chandler
Again, HUGE Congratulations to our rising star. If you’re curious who else was nominated from All My Children then click here.
The results of the 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Pre-nomination ballots are in! Natalie is nominated in the category of Younger Actress in a Drama Series for All My Children! Pre-nomination results (the top two vote-getters per category/per show) will be announced on Feb. 25. For now, read below for this exclusive sneak peek in to Emmy watch 2011! To find out who else was nominated for Natalie’s soap or even with different soaps in general read the noms at TV Guide Canada!
The new ABC Soaps In Depth Issue features soap love stories and among them is our girl Natalie and her beau General Hospital heartthrob Brandon Barash (Johnny)! They’re so cute — so make sure you read the 1 1/2 page spread.
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — On Friday, February 4, word from Soap Opera Digest’s Carolyn Hinsey via her Twitter page indicated that ABC was looking to drop soap repeats from its lineup after introducing them in October 2010. Now Soap Opera Network has received word from an ABC representative that they have indeed dropped the repeats from their schedule.
“Our viewers like the original episodes better so we are eliminating the non-holiday encore episodes after the 2/11 encore broadcast,” the ABC rep said.
I for one am very happy and agree with the fans. It was a little too much with one to two episodes per month for vintage episodes that are sometimes better than what we see on air right now. Or showing a episode that aired a month or so ago that’s still pretty fresh in the viewers mind.