ZoogDisney chat

Transcript of Jason’s chat presented in conjunction with Jessica Simpson and Jason Raize in ConcertJuly 10, 2000 Zoogerator: Get ready, Zoogers! Gather ’round, Raizins! Jason Raize is on his way to chat with YOU! Jason Raize: Hey, everyone! This is Jason! It’s Monday night! How’s it going? Kitty: How did you get started in the singing business? Jason Raize: Wow!

Top 40 Spotlight: Jason Raize

by Karen BardPublished on Gavin.comJanuary 17, 2000 Label: Universal One-part singing sensation, one-part mystery, one-part musical theatre talent, one- part heartthrob…put all of those pieces together and the sum is Jason Raize. Appearing in the smash Broadway musical The Lion King as its lead character, Simba, Raize is already familiar to and comfortable with a large audience.

Broadway Benefit May 3 to Help Kosovo War Victims

by Randy GenerPublished on BroadwayNow.comApril 1999 A powerhouse lineup of personalities from the worlds of Broadway, Hollywood, politics, sports, media and music will descend Monday, May 3 on Broadway’s Kit Kat Club, 124 West 43rd Street, for an American Red Cross benefit to aid the victims of the Kosovo war. Kirk Douglas, Keith Richards, Art’s George

Hollywood Spotlight Chat

Transcript of Jason’s chat on the website RealHollywood.com(no longer online)June 15, 1998 Note: This chat was broadcast live with RealAudio, and as such the transcript sometimes includes “actions” like laughter. Unfortunately no audio file is available online. The following is the transcript of the Hollywood Spotlight chat with: Jason Raize   HSHost says “Welcome to Hollywood

TalkCity Chat

Transcript of Jason’s chat on the website Talk CityJune 1, 1998 Boxtop presents Jason RaizeBroadway’s “The Lion King” June 01, 1998 Jason Raize made a huge splash on Broadway in the role of the adult Simba in Disney’s The Lion King. From there he went on to release his new solo album, NYC. Jason stopped by Talk City to

A Jungle Out There

by Michael Grossberg, Theater CriticPublished in The Columbus Dispatch (Columbus, OH)March 26, 1998 NEW YORK — Masks, puppets, mime, dance and junglelike behavior make an animated film come to African life in The Lion King, the hottest musical on Broadway. “We don’t just become animals onstage,” Jason Raize (Simba) said during the recent New York

“Lion’s” Raize to Star in Avildsen project

by Michael FlemingPublished in Daily Variety (Los Angeles, CA)February 26, 1998 NEW YORK — Director John Avildsen has landed Jason Raize, star of the Broadway hit “The Lion King,” to topline an untitled film he’ll shoot this summer about New Jersey high school kids who complete in annual fashion competitions between local schools. Raize, the