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Sandra Mae Frank on making her Broadway debut in Deaf West’s <i>Spring Awakening</i>, advocating for the deaf community

Sandra Mae Frank on making her Broadway debut in Deaf West’s Spring Awakening, advocating for the deaf community

  Sandra Mae Frank recently captivated audiences with her spirited portrayal of Wendla in Deaf West’s revival of Spring Awakening. In addition to becoming one of Broadway’s new sweethearts, Frank’s off-stage persona… Read more »

Christopher Sieber on the secret to theatrical comedy, Miss Trunchbull’s villainy, and new Broadway-bound musical <i>The Prom</i>

Christopher Sieber on the secret to theatrical comedy, Miss Trunchbull’s villainy, and new Broadway-bound musical The Prom

Christopher Sieber will soon don Miss Agatha Trunchbull’s warts, unibrow, and yellowed teeth for the last time after two years with the role. It was recently announced that Sieber will… Read more »

<I>Avenue Q</i> star Ben Durocher Discusses Puppetry, Performance, and Purpose

Avenue Q star Ben Durocher Discusses Puppetry, Performance, and Purpose

  Ben Durocher has found his purpose. After a lifetime of studying puppetry, he gets to live out his life’s dream by portraying Princeton/Rod eight times a week at the… Read more »

Maggie Keenan-Bolger and Rachel Sullivan on How Honest Accomplice Devises to Go Where Traditional Theatre Won’t

Maggie Keenan-Bolger and Rachel Sullivan on How Honest Accomplice Devises to Go Where Traditional Theatre Won’t

by Celeste Montaño Few people would accuse theatre of excluding gay artists. Broadway alone has set the tone by featuring prominent gay characters in its shows for decades. But how do… Read more »