|Make Me a Musical
| Kathryn Evans | Jessica
Martin | Claire Moore | Lon
MOORE (Angela Goodhall) has starred in most of the current major musicals
in London and in 1993 was acclaimed by Impressions Magazine as 'the greatest
singer on the British musical stage today'. Claire (pictured here on the
right) created the role of Ellen in 'Miss Saigon' and took over from Sarah
Brightman in the original West End production of "Phantom of the Opera".
She has also played the rote of Fantine in the West End production of "Les
Miserables". Her debut solo album "Child of the Earth" received glowing reviews both
in Britain and the United States (Show Music. the USA magazine,
describing her as "terrific" and "the next pop diva").
Claire appears on recordings of other recordings of Bernard J. Taylor musicals.
For further details see the special page on Claire Moore.
LON SATTON (Cedric E de Ville) has been playing the role
of Poppa in the West End production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Starlight
Express" ever since it first opened. Lon has had a varied career -
from church minister to boxer to gospel singer - and came to Britain from
America with Sammy Davis Junior for the London leg of "Golden Boy",
in which Lon played Sammy Davis Junior's agent. Lon then went on to co-produce
and star in "Bubbling Brown Sugar" and subsequently made his
home in Britain.
EVANS (Stella Hudson - pictured left) played the title role in "Evita"
in London's West End for three years and has appeared in many musicals,
including "Mack and Mabel" and "Radio Times" (in which
she created the lead female role).
MAURICE CLARKE (Robert Ponsonby) has appeared in a number
of West End productions including "City of Angels" and the London
revival of "Brigadoon". He has released a solo album on the Dress
JESSICA MARTIN (Juanita Fitzgerald) made her name as an
impersonator on British television and has starred in the West End in a
number of musicals, including "Me and My Girl", which she toured
with Gary Wilmot.