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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Tony Award nominee and <i>Something Rotten!</i> star Rob McClure makes his NYC solo concert debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below

Tony Award nominee and Something Rotten! star Rob McClure makes his NYC solo concert debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below

  by Casey Mink Rob McClure has been consistently tearing up the Broadway stage since his breakout Tony nominated role as the title character in the 2012 musical Chaplin. However, there’s… Read more »

Stage and screen star Ciara Renée’s new musical <i>Anything But Love</i> debuts at Feinstein’s/54 Below

Stage and screen star Ciara Renée’s new musical Anything But Love debuts at Feinstein’s/54 Below

Many stars aim to be a “triple threat”- singer, dancer, and actor – but Ciara Renée is upping the ante by adding playwright to her list of accomplishments. Already well-known within… Read more »

<i>Star of the Week</i>: <i>Bright Star</i> might be dimming but Hannah Elless shines brightly

Star of the Week: Bright Star might be dimming but Hannah Elless shines brightly

by Casey Mink The shimmering new musical Bright Star has been one of the sweetest spots of this Broadway season, thanks in no small part to Hannah Elless. Elless, who has been with… Read more »

<i>Drama Doodles</i>: <i>Anastasia</i> receives a royal welcome during its pre-Broadway run

Drama Doodles: Anastasia receives a royal welcome during its pre-Broadway run

Based upon the story that captivated the world nearly a century ago, Anastasia follows a young Russian woman’s journey as she tries to reclaim her identity. As she searches to… Read more »

Christy Altomare discusses how playing the titular role in Broadway-bound <i>Anastasia</i> changed her life

Christy Altomare discusses how playing the titular role in Broadway-bound Anastasia changed her life

  There is a collective gasp from the audience every night when Christy Altomare steps on stage as the Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova.  She is poised, graceful, scrappy, and it’s… Read more »

Joe Morton on the selflessness of Dick Gregory in off-Broadway’s <i>Turn Me Loose</i> and the selfishness of Rowan Pope on <i>Scandal</i>

Joe Morton on the selflessness of Dick Gregory in off-Broadway’s Turn Me Loose and the selfishness of Rowan Pope on Scandal

Joe Morton just can’t stay away from the theatre. It’s been nearly two decades since the Emmy Award winner appeared on Broadway, but Morton is back off-Broadway this summer in the new… Read more »