Not all the groundbreaking casting is on The Great White Way in the heart of New York City. Off Broadway, which long ago pioneered multi-racial casting, will see a retelling of the Biblical epic about David and Bathsheba this winter. In the new musical "Bathsheba", the title role is played by African-American actress Valerie D. Wright (which by the way is true to historical fact). King David, her husband and passionate lover, is portrayed by striking Greek actor Theo Theodoridis, and their son King Solomon is played by the devilishly handsome young Southampton actor Emanuel Sylvano who hails from Paraguay. Trinidadian Patty-Anne Ali directs the musical, which features a veritable United Nations cast. This love story filled with passion, treachery and mystery fittingly opens on Valentine’s Day at the 411 Theater at 300 East 43rd Street,right next door to Times Square Gossip offices. More news about the young Emanuel, he just picked up a quick role in an upcoming episode of “Lipstick Jungle” starring #1 polo fan Brooke Shields. Nice to be young, goodlooking and have a good publicist !