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Monthly Archives: June 2016

<i>School of Rock</i> star Mamie Parris discusses the fun of being mean to Tony nominee Alex Brightman

School of Rock star Mamie Parris discusses the fun of being mean to Tony nominee Alex Brightman

As Patty Di Marco in School of Rock, Mamie Parris is outspoken about her loathing for Dewey Finn whom she views as a freeloading bum. The role of Dewey is played… Read more »

Jennifer Blake on why the tragic life of Mindy McCready makes for a perfect musical

Jennifer Blake on why the tragic life of Mindy McCready makes for a perfect musical

by Casey Mink You might know Jennifer Blake from her comedic roles in the films Behaving Badly and Zoolander or from appearing on hit television series including Sex and the City. But Blake has recently… Read more »

Adam Kantor discusses his re-affirming his cultural ties through <i>Fiddler on the Roof</i>, his interpretation of his <i>The Last Five Years</i> character

Adam Kantor discusses his re-affirming his cultural ties through Fiddler on the Roof, his interpretation of his The Last Five Years character

Every theatergoer with a penchant for the boy-next-door type who gets the girl while finding himself in the process needs to see Adam Kantor’s performance as Motel Kamzoil in the revival of Fiddler on… Read more »

Jessica Vosk on bringing new (after)life to Fruma Sarah in <i>Fiddler on the Roof</i>, leading man Danny Burstein, and finding confidence within

Jessica Vosk on bringing new (after)life to Fruma Sarah in Fiddler on the Roof, leading man Danny Burstein, and finding confidence within

by Samantha Stephens and Nicole Nadler  Jessica Vosk flies onto the stage each night in the hit revival of Fiddler on the Roof as Lazar Wolf’s first wife, the delightfully… Read more »

Alice Ripley opens up about her experience in <i>American Psycho</i>, her hopes for the musical’s legacy, and working on <i>Unattached</i> with Emily Skinner

Alice Ripley opens up about her experience in American Psycho, her hopes for the musical’s legacy, and working on Unattached with Emily Skinner

Much like the lives of Patrick Bateman’s victims, American Psycho’s time on Broadway has been cut short. The show, which officially opened on April 21, has been slated to close tonight, June 5…. Read more »

<i>American Psycho</i> breakout star Drew Moerlein talks about making his Broadway debut in the bloody musical, energy surrounding the premature final weekend

American Psycho breakout star Drew Moerlein talks about making his Broadway debut in the bloody musical, energy surrounding the premature final weekend

Drew Moerlein might go down in history for the bloodiest Broadway debut of all-time. As Paul Owen in American Psycho, Moerlein portrayed the antagonist to Benjamin Walker’s Patrick Bateman. His… Read more »