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Orlando Bloom: 'Romeo & Juliet' Photo Call with Condola Rashad!

Orlando Bloom: 'Romeo & Juliet' Photo Call with Condola Rashad!

Orlando Bloom poses with his co-star Condola Rashad at the Romeo and Juliet Broadway photo call held at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Wednesday (August 7) in New York City.

The 36-year-old actor, who arrived on a motorcycle in leather pants, and Condola, 26, also posed for some pictures with British director of the classic Shakespearean play David Leveaux.

Previews for Romeo and Juliet begin on August 24 with an official opening set for September 19. Be sure to grab your tickets to the show while you can!

30+ pictures inside of Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad at the Romeo and Juliet Broadway photo call…

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# 1

Shakespeare must be rollin in his grave…. At least they could find a better looking Black actress…

# 2

@xyz:

shut up. she’s beautiful if anything they could have found a better looking white actor with talent.

# 4

These two look hot together.

# 5

Am so excited to see Orlando playing Romeo on Broadway. I think he will do a terrific job.

# 6

More nepotism in Hollywood. What else is new
Does she do lunch with Will & Jada’s brats?

# 7

Racist trolls stfu. I think he looks handsome & he is going to do a great job, she is beautiful & they do look very nice together. I hate her shoes though.

# 8

Sorry but when there is a part that should go to a AA part there is b-tchin to no end.. last time I checked Juliet was WHITE.

# 9

I think this is Phylicia Rashad ‘s daughter. She’s cute.

@tick: She is from famous parents but she has proven herself beyond that.
Awards and nominations

Tony Award

2012 — Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play — Stick Fly (Nominated)
2013 — Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play — The Trip to Bountiful (Nominated)

Theatre World Award

2009 — Theatre World Award for Best Debut Performance — Ruined

Drama Desk Award

2009 — Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play — Ruined (Nominated)
2013 — Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play — The Trip to Bountiful (Nominated)
She graduated the California Institute of the Arts in 2008

@WTF: That’s only if the person is real Juliet wasn’t a real person she is and character, if the character is based off a real person than I would see your point.

Nepotism? You mean like Lily Collins, Emma Roberts, Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet, Ireland Baldwin, Kelly Osbourne, Kate Hudson, etc., etc.? Is it only a problem when it is black nepotism or is it nepotism in general that bothers some of you?

I think she’s cute, he’s gorgeous.

I can’t wait to see this!!!

@WTF:
WTF are you bitchin’ about? This play has been performed countless times by people of different races, ages, and religions. Where the f*** have you been?

Today on Keeping Up With The Kerrdashians: In an embarrassingly desperate attempt to remain relevant beyond tabloid mentions and paparazzi pictures with Miranda Kerrdashian, Orlando Kerrdashain takes on a role that he not only hasn’t anywhere near the talent for but is almost two entire decades too old for. Will he fall flat on his bloated, old desperate face? The Magic Eight Ball says, “Most definitely yes!”

Yay! She’s beautiful! Look forward to see it!!!

She’s gorgeous! Too bad she has to work with the world’s worst actor. This play is going to flop and that makes me feel bad for her.

@WTF: She was also a 14 year old…Do you have a problem with that or just her race?

Oh, dear... @ 08/07/2013 at 10:34 pm

David Leveaux is about to commit career suicide a la Cameron Crowe. Once you epically fail with Mr. Bloom, there is no going back. Poor Condola doesn’t deserve this.

Only an idiot like you could think that performing Shakespeare on Broadway is a bad thing.
A lot of people have asked the question ‘how stupid are you’? Well, I think that you just gave us your answer.

SOCKPUPPETS!!!!!
I LOVE SOCKPUPPETS!!!!

@20 Performing on Broadway is a great idea. For actors who have talent. For those who don’t, like Orlando, it’s a bad, bad thing. Only an idiot would think that he has what it takes for that role (forget about the fact that he is almost TWO DECADES too old). How stupid are you? Stupid enough to think that Orlando can be Romeo on Broadway, that’s how stupid. And that is pretty dang stupid. And then some.

Uhm, Romeo has been played by men of all ages. Stop being so literal.
And Orlando has received lots of positive feedback from critics. And the last time he was on stage he received praise from the usually brutal West End critics. When he performed Romeo with Dudamel, critics said that he was one of the highlights of the evening.
Claiming that he is a horrible actor reveals your ridiculous bias. He wouldn’t have landed the part if he wasn’t good. How stupid do you have to be to not understand something so simple?

Wow. This Elena troll sure is obsessed with Miranda and Orlando.
Must not have much of a life, eh?

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