BROADWAY’S LATEST CD INSPIRED BY BROADWAY’S HOTTEST NIGHT
“BROADWAY BARES OPENINGS”
JERRY'S FIRST STRIP
See how it all began at SPLASH in 1992. For a $100.00 donation, you can own a copy of Jerry baring it all that very first night.
Stripper of the Month

Shina Ann Morris

Casey-Lee-Ross

 

Full given name:
Shina Ann Morris

 

Nicknames:
Shi Shi, Sheenz, Shi Shi Mo Mo

 

First Broadway show you saw:
AIDA

 

Favorite part you’ve played onstage:
Anita in WEST SIDE STORY

 

Dream role:
Aida in AIDA, Nala in THE LION KING

 

Favorite activities:
Crafting, baking all kinds of delicious desserts, & going to brunch with my man to find the best Bloody Mary in town!

 

Favorite books:
All the Harry Potter books, Of Mice & Men, all sorts of baking cookbooks

 

Favorite movies:
Clue, Home Alone 2, Last of the Mohicans
Favorite television show:
Family Guy, Revenge, Game of Thrones

 

People you admire:
My mother, my love, Mark Fisher, Michelle Obama

 

Favorite job before theatre:
I really don’t have one I liked…

 

Worst job before theatre:
Buffalo Wild Wings Hostess in Ann Arbor, MI (while in school)

 

Favorite song to sing:
“Nothing” from A CHORUS LINE

 

Favorite song to strip to:
I’ve never stripped before! (when not in Bares to choreography)

 

Sexiest city in the world:
Florence, Italy (for the romance) & Rio, Brazil (even though I’ve never been, but the Brazilian confidence is the sexiest!)

 

Celebrity crush:
Stephen Amell from ARROW, and Mila Kunis

 

Guilty pleasures:
watching ABC Family’s “Pretty Little Liars”, playing 90’s trivia with my BFFs

 

Greatest ambition:
to compete in American Ninja Warrior & to originate a role in a Broadway musical

 

If you could have three wishes, what would they be?:
To be able to TELEPORT anywhere in the world, to have no sickness/illness in our family, to have rent paid for FOREVER

 

Favorite Broadway Bares moment:
Either the “Shut Up & Drive” number (GO) from STRIPOPOLY
Bares or the Great Gatsby number with Sam Zack from Roadtrip across America Bares

 

Why is it important to you to be a part of Broadway Bares?:
You can talk about the magic & the support of the Broadway community, but to actually be in that room when hundreds of people come together to be creative in giving back to those who need this help is aspirational. You leave with an overwhelming feeling in your heart like it’s going to burst. Feeling that energy, I think, reminds everyone that this community only gets stronger every year.


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