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Theatre Threads: Feuilly’s Fashions & Grantaire’s Garments

Theatre Threads: Feuilly’s Fashions & Grantaire’s Garments

The most laid-back and carefree (almost to a fault) of the group is certainly Grantaire. He doesn’t believe in much, and fashion is certainly not high on the priority list…. Read more »

Josh and the City: Carrying the Banner, Witnessing the Dream

Josh and the City: Carrying the Banner, Witnessing the Dream

I had the opportunity to do something that felt like it was four years in the making: I was finally able to see Newsies on Broadway last week. I say… Read more »

How colourful costuming in ‘Les Miserables’ brings the Barricade Boys to life

How colourful costuming in ‘Les Miserables’ brings the Barricade Boys to life

Both on stage and in film, there are three fundamental things which can either establish a character as memorable for the audience or leave them in obscurity.  The first two of… Read more »

‘The Birds and the Bees Unabridged’ ticket giveaway!

‘The Birds and the Bees Unabridged’ ticket giveaway!

StageDoorDish.com is giving away a pair of tickets to see The Birds and the Bees Unabridged! After chatting with Maggie Keenan-Bolger and Rachel Sullivan in January, I immediately fell in… Read more »

Growing up on the barricade: ‘Les Miserables’ star Daniel Huttlestone is a pint-sized powerhouse talent

Growing up on the barricade: ‘Les Miserables’ star Daniel Huttlestone is a pint-sized powerhouse talent

Daniel Huttlestone is an up-and-coming young actor based in the UK who is best known for his role as Gavroche in the wildly successful film Les Miserables. His own popularity… Read more »

20 Things You Didn’t Know (But Should!) About ‘Les Miserables’

20 Things You Didn’t Know (But Should!) About ‘Les Miserables’

It’s no secret that we love anything “Les Miserables” here at Stage Door Dish, especially this week. Video blogger Wendi Reichstein has twenty fun facts (ranging from the original West… Read more »