Siobhan will be travelling to Japan this week to perform at The Orb Theatre, Tokyo. Broadway and West End stage vets will take part in The Song and Dance of Broadway, part of the World Musical Concert series at Tokyo's Tokyu Theatre Orb, running October 7-9.
Cancer. It was one of those words which was thrown around daily. Countless television, magazine and radio advertisements. They seemed to go in one ear and out of the other.
Don’t get me wrong, I was aware of it. I knew people were always raising money for the research to find a cure for it, I just didn't ever imagine I’d get it. Ever. Especially at 30.
In 2015 after being diagnosed with breast cancer everything changed, Siobhan says “It somehow made singing more important to me than ever. Being faced with this disease gave singing a whole new meaning and was almost like therapy for me. This gave Siobhan the strength to find her own voice to start recording an album of carefully selected covers produced by Steve Anderson due for release in 2018.
Rejoice, all you little people out there in the dark. The very greatest of screen queens (well, at least according to her) is back on Broadway, dressed to kill in every sense of the term.
Siobhan Dillon makes her Broadway debut in the hit revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard. Siobhan plays aspiring screenwriter Betty Schaeffer, the smart and beautiful young love interest to the show's star Joe Gillis (Michael Xavier).