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Monthly Archives: March 2016

<i>Don’t Rain On Her Parade</i>: Raise a Glass to the Schuyler Sisters

Don’t Rain On Her Parade: Raise a Glass to the Schuyler Sisters

Note: This article is part of a bigger project honoring strong females, fictional and real, in theatre as part of Women’s History Month. by Celeste Montaño First, there were the Fates of… Read more »

Rebecca Luker on stepping into <i>Fun Home</i> and how theatre can change the world

Rebecca Luker on stepping into Fun Home and how theatre can change the world

Since making her Broadway debut as Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera in 1988, Rebecca Luker has continued to play some of the most memorable roles in musical… Read more »

André Ward discusses how <i>Something Rotten!</i> is like being at a rock concert

André Ward discusses how Something Rotten! is like being at a rock concert

When the house lights go down at the St. James Theatre, André Ward is the first person to appear on stage. With a lute in his hand, he invites the… Read more »

<i>Don’t Rain On Her Parade</i>: Ingredients for the three less-than-perfect leading ladies of <i>Waitress</i>

Don’t Rain On Her Parade: Ingredients for the three less-than-perfect leading ladies of Waitress

Note: This article is part of a bigger project honoring strong females, fictional and real, in theatre as part of Women’s History Month. Musical theatre is filled with extraordinary women… Read more »

Jeremy Kushnier on working with scripted improv, his band Canadian White Bread, and Adam Pascal’s influence

Jeremy Kushnier on working with scripted improv, his band Canadian White Bread, and Adam Pascal’s influence

Jeremy Kushnier has almost done it all but he isn’t slowing down his hustle at all. Currently starring as Eddie Lawrence in Shear Madness,  America’s longest running play, Kushnier has two albums released and… Read more »

<i>Don’t Rain On Her Parade</i>: Matilda embraces her ‘Naughty’ side

Don’t Rain On Her Parade: Matilda embraces her ‘Naughty’ side

Note: This article is part of a bigger project honoring strong females, fictional and real, in theatre as part of Women’s History Month. by Angela Tricarico Matilda Wormwood is Broadway’s… Read more »