Thursday, March 29, 2007

OLTL's Groff comes home

When Ed Fernandez called Jonathan Groff and asked him if he could do a benefit concert for the Ephrata Performing Arts Center, Groff had plenty of reasons to say no.

But Groff, who turned 22 on Monday, was thrilled to say yes.

A few weeks ago, he started working on the soap "One Life to Live," in which he is playing Henry, "a shy high school boy with Columbine tendencies." (His storyline begins April 18.)

"I'm honored to be able to help the theater I love so much," he told a sold-out audience filled with fans, friends, colleagues and family near the end of his triumphant concert Tuesday night.

Source: Lancaster Online

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