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Michael chose the violin, played it for a few months, then quit in favor of the "cooler" guitar. [February 2007] Starred opposite Patti Lu Pone in the title role of Stephen Sondheim's "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" on Broadway (the role garnered him a third Tony award nomination). [October 2005] Began rehearsals for a new musical entitled 'Love Musik', in which he will be portraying German playwright and songwriter, Kurt Weill.
Originated the role of Tommy in "The Who's Tommy" (which garnered him his first Tony award nomination) on Broadway, as well as in San Diego and Germany.  Played 'The Earl of Kent' and won critical acclaim in Shakespeare's 'King Lear', costarring Kevin Kline. Lovemusik, co-starring fellow Tony award winner Donna Murphy and produced by Hal Prince, is scheduled to open on Broadway on May 3, 2007.
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The least compatible signs with Cancer are generally considered to be Aries and Libra. Like many celebrities and famous people, Beth keeps her personal and love life private.Known for tongue-in-cheek mashups, country covers, and Cerveris' original songs, the group has gone on to appear at Lincoln Center, Joe's Pub, NPR's Mountain Stage, 54 Below, Chickie Wah Wah's, Siberia, Kajun's Pub, The Blue Note Cafe, Louisiana Music Factory, Rock'n'bowl, Rockwoof Music Hall, Webster Hall, and many others.He has also contributed vocals to "My Other Phone Is a Boom Car" as part of a ringtone project by They Might Be Giants for Wired Magazine in March 2007.Beth Ostrosky Stern is an American television personality, actress and the wife of radio personality Howard Stern. Beth Stern has been in relationships with Brian Van Holt (1999 – 2000) and Michael Cerveris (1997). We are currently in process of looking up information on the previous dates and hookups.She attended University of Pittsburgh where she studied English Literature and was a sister of the sorority, Tri-Delt.