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Growing up in Orange and Anaheim Hills, Espinosa loved the theater and landed a few good roles, including Laurey in “Oklahoma!
” and Maria in ‘West Side Story,” while at Canyon High School in Anaheim Hills before she graduated in 1996. She honed her skills the California way: at theme parks.
You’d think that when emerging musical-theater actress Eden Espinosa landed the title role in “Flora the Red Menace,” she’d want to familiarize herself with the work of another rising young star – someone who used the same show to vault herself from obscurity to fame before she had even turned 20.
Liza Minnelli brought the house down night after night in the original Broadway production of Kander and Ebb’s first musical.
She’s not one to sugar-coat her comments, and she’s frank about the relative merits and shortcomings of “Flora.” “To be honest with you, I don’t know how it would do if they were to fully revive the original.” (The Reprise production is a bare-bones staging with few props or sets.) “It’s flawed – every show is, of course – and it’s dated. It’s fascinating to listen to the songs, knowing that it’s (Kander and Ebb’s) first attempt at anything.
She’s a young, ambitious girl trying to make it after the stock market crash.
She’s the kind of person who walks into a room and affects everybody immediately.
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“I consider Disneyland and Universal Studios my training academies because I worked there for so long,” she said.