Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow

Three Broadway Singers
Allison Semmes, Tiffany Evariste & Ashley Blanchet

“Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”, in the Sun Valley Pavilion stars three Broadway singers performing songs by the best of the girls’ groups-The Shirelles, The Supremes, The Pointer Sisters and more!

Allison Semmes
Allison was born into a musical home and became well versed in classical, jazz, blues, world folk music and funk at a very young age.
She has been seen in Broadway shows including The Book of Mormon as the understudy for Nabulungi, and as Swing; and in Motown the Musical. She also appeared in the first and second Broadway national tours of Motown the Musical, in the role of Diana Ross.
Allison was nominated for an NAACP Theatre Award, and for a Chicago Broadway World Award for Female Lead Actress. Her other theater credits include Little Shop of Horrors at The Kennedy Center; Soul: The Stax Musical; OoBlaDee; The Wiz; and Bubbling Brown Sugar.
She also appeared in the national tours of both The Color Purple and Dreamgirls.
Ms. Semmes’ concert performances include Kurt Elling’s The Big Blind for Jazz at Lincoln Center; My One and Only at the Roundabout Theater; Katrina Ballads and You’re Causing Quite a Disturbance by the New Music composer Ted Hearne; and Songs in the Key of Life by Stevie Wonder, in Toronto. Her television credits include The Blacklist.
Allison received her Bachelor of Music degree in Voice as a coloratura soprano from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and her Master’s Degree from New York University in Musical Theatre. Allison says she is thrilled to be returning to Sun Valley!

Tiffany Evariste
Tiffany Evariste is a producer, singer, dancer and actor who loves the art of storytelling. Originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia, she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Music Theater from Florida State University. Her talents as a performer have led her to grace stages in 47 states, as well as abroad.
Currently, Tiffany can be seen in Disney’s smash hit Aladdin, now celebrating its fifth year on Broadway. Her other Broadway credits include roles in the Tony Award-winning Memphis, Mary Poppins, Leap of Faith and Motown: The Musical.
Tiffany’s first international appearance landed her in Paris, dancing with French pop sensation Mylène Farmer. She has also performed with the Broadway companies of Mary Poppins and All Shook Up, as well as in the national touring productions of Fame and Smokey Joe’s Café. Her television credits include appearances on NBC’s Smash, in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, on Good Morning, America, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and the Tony Awards on CBS.
As a producer, Tiffany is co-founder and co-producer of the New York/Los Angeles-based production company, 42 Seven Productions, which produces live events in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C. and London. She has also worked with the esteemed Joffrey Ballet, curating collaboration with celebrated photographer Susan Stripling, and dancers of the Joffrey Ballet School.

Ashley Blanchet
Ashley Blanchet has appeared on Broadway in Frozen, as the understudy for Elsa, and as Little Eva in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, performing “Locomotion.” She also appeared in the first national tour of that show, as well as the Star-to-Be in Annie, at the Palace Theatre, and as Felicia’s understudy in Memphis at the Shubert Theatre.
In regional theater, Ashley has appeared in the national tour of Beautiful, as Ado Annie in Oklahoma, as Rosemary in How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, as Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors, as Dianna in A Chorus Line, and in many other touring productions across America.
Ashley has been presented with the Kurt Weill Award for Performance from the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music, after receiving her B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan. Her training in voice took place at the New England Conservatory of Music, and her dance training was with the Dance Theatre of Harlem and the Boston Ballet. She is also a proud alum of the Walnut Hill School in Massachusetts.




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