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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Will Chase talks about his two decades on Broadway, why he prefers TV, and his future on <i>Nashville</i>

Will Chase talks about his two decades on Broadway, why he prefers TV, and his future on Nashville

Will Chase has left his mark on the theatrical world in the nearly two decades since making his Broadway debut. Last seen on Broadway in his Tony nominated role as… Read more »

Kerry Butler discusses the musical comedy <i>Disaster!</i>, her favorite 70’s icons

Kerry Butler discusses the musical comedy Disaster!, her favorite 70’s icons

The ship is going to dock! There are only a few chances left to set sail with the hilarious new musical Disaster! before it closes on Broadway this Sunday, May… Read more »

Composer Joe Iconis discusses <i>Iconis & Family</i> cabaret series, new musical <i>Broadway Bounty Hunter</i>, and the current Broadway season

Composer Joe Iconis discusses Iconis & Family cabaret series, new musical Broadway Bounty Hunter, and the current Broadway season

The name Joe Iconis holds significant weight in the New York City musical theatre scene. Iconis, who first established himself with the 2008 workshop of The Black Suits and received… Read more »

Rachel Bay Jones on <i>First Daughter Suite</i>, the significance of connection, and Pasek and Paul’s ‘mommy hearts’

Rachel Bay Jones on First Daughter Suite, the significance of connection, and Pasek and Paul’s ‘mommy hearts’

  Rachel Bay Jones‘s soothing vocals, stage presence, and personality are winning over audiences yet again. After appearing Off-Broadway as two of America’s First Ladies in First Daughter Suite last fall, she is… Read more »