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THE PRE-GAME BEFORE THE BIG GAME
WINTER BLAST SUPERBOWL XLVIII.
The states of NJ and NY will host Superbowl XLVIII.
The Superbowl will take place at the MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands.
COME CHECK US OUT!
Check out a clip of one of my acts that will perform with me at the Winter Blast Superbowl XLVIII!!!!
Broadway's Darius Kaleb is not only a great singer and performer but he is one who cares about his community and gives back.
Stay tuned to an episode of The Darius Kaleb webshow where he interviews Dr. Jason Baker. Episode 2 - Type 1 Diatebtes is not Just Juvenile Diabetes anymore.
The young broadway star and the doctor will talk about how Type 1 diatebetes is affecting adults as well as children and the doctor give some important facts about the disease.
Stay tuned and see how you may be able to help your friends and love ones with this informative webshow episode.
Motown The Musical's Young MJ Darius Kaleb Performs for Mayor of Secaucus at Annual Tree Lighting Celebration
On December 7, 2013, the young superstar Darius Kaleb from the hit Broadway Play "Motown the Musical", will perform for Mayor Michael Gonnelli and the city of Secaucus.
The Young MJ is the youngest in the hit Broadway Show that chronicles the story of Berry Gordy Jr, Motown and Gordy Jr's love affair Diana Ross.
Darius Kaleb, is taking Broadway by storm, just off Broadway in London's West in playing Young Michael Jackson in Thriller Live. Darius toured Japan in the London's hit show.
So come check him out!
Check out a clip of him below singing for the Tree Lighting Celebration for the city of Secaucus.
The Supertalent Darius Kaleb sings us a soulful youthful rendition of the late Donnie Hathaway's "This Christmas"
November 5th, the town of Secauscis, voted Mike Gonnelli back into office as Mayor for another 4 years.
Gonnelli received 99.87 percent of the votes cast. Councilman Rob Constantino won for Ward 1. Councilman Mark Dehnert for Ward 2, Councilman and William McKeever swept Ward 3.
The “Take Back Secaucus” candidates celebrated their victory with a party at the La Quinta on Lighting Way on Tuesday evening.
Mayor Gonnelli continues to be Secaucus town favorite for Mayor.
By: Daniella Krishma
The supertalented kid from Broadway's Motown The Musical made an appearance last night at Majorie's Fund on November 4, 2013. A benefit to bring awareness to Juvenile Diabetes.
The mission of Marjorie’s Fund is to empower adolescents and adults living with type 1 diabetes in resource poor settings to not only survive their diagnosis, but to effectively control their diabetes and to thrive into adulthood.
The initiative is headed up by Dr. Jason Baker.
By: Daniella Krishma
Wow! Darius Kaleb gets a web show.
Below find what Darius Kaleb says about his new show:
As and actor, you are always playing characters of others. You don't always get to play your dream character or maybe you do. With the webshow I can. Now I will get to bring some topics to the show that are of interest to my community and me personally.
I also want to use it as a platform to introduce new talent. I have friends that are in the industry that will surely join me but I want to open the door to new talent that's just starting out.
Having this opportunity is very important! We are young and have so much to say.
My schedule is quite busy (I am very thankful for that) but I will be dedicated to doing quality shows with substance.
I also want to use the webshow to talk about topics such as health and wellness, homelessness, self-esteem and empowerment. It is important to me to use my (limited) status to help others less fortunate.
It is my goal to get experts on the show and eventually sponsors.
In the future, we will be doing showcases and short films and plays. It is just the beginning!
~ Darius Kaleb
By: Daniella Krishma
The ten year old who has taken broadway by storm,
by playing super icons like: Micheal Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Berry Gordy Jr. says, he's out to "change the face of Hollywood."
The adorable mega-talented Kaleb, portrayed the young: Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Berry Gordy Jr., in the hit Broadway Play, Motown The Musical. The original cast member split the 8 shows a week in NYC.
The broadway play, tells the story of how Berry Gordy Jr. started Motown with artist like: Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, the Supremes, The Jackson 5's, Temptations, 4 Tops, Martha Reeves, Mary Wells, Contours and other early Motown artist. It also touches on a love relationship that GordyJr. and Diana Ross developed.
The Charismatic ten year old, who was the youngest in the cast, was known for his mesmerizing moves and uncanning vocals of the iconic young MJ. According to comments left on his facebook fan page, fans and show-goers often left comments about how they thought they were transported back in time and thought the King of Pop , had somehow come back to life on the stage.
When asked of Kaleb what is next? He eargly said, " I want to change the face of Hollywood."
Kaleb, admits that competition is steep in this business but he is not worried. He feels that hard work, dedication to your craft, manners, a love for what you do and a non-entitlement attitude will set him apart.
Kaleb says, "He is tired of Hollywood hiring kid talent, that portray bad behavior and want the rest of us to think of them as "mentors." They aren't mentors to young kids, when they are out getting in to trouble and setting bad examples. "Hollywood!!!" he screams!! "There are to many up and coming talent who want the job and will honor their craft and status. We are losing my generation to drugs, suicide, and poor judgements. These kids grow up to be adults that continue to have these problems and carry them into relationships that (eventually) effect kids like me. I know Hollywood wants to use a name that they think will sell their movies, tv shows, films or records but "come on", it is so much "good talent" out there, that I don't think Hollywood would be compromising.
"Try me Hollywood," Try me; says the "adorable" Kaleb. Oh, and I have friends who are talented also, he laughs.