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Margo Seibert discusses finding harmony in <i>In Transit</i>, her philanthropy organization RACKET

Margo Seibert discusses finding harmony in In Transit, her philanthropy organization RACKET

In Transit, the fresh, innovative a cappella musical set in the subways of New York found its Broadway home at The Circle in the Square this past December. 36 previews and… Read more »

<i>Crazy Ex-Girlfriend</i> star Gabrielle Ruiz on transitioning from stage to screen, her <i>Hamilton</i> connection

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Gabrielle Ruiz on transitioning from stage to screen, her Hamilton connection

Gabrielle Ruiz welcomes the dislike bestowed by fans onto her Crazy Ex-Girlfriend character Valencia. Ruiz, who has spent the last year playing the self-interested and often brutally honest Valencia in… Read more »

First-Time Tony Nominee: Holland Taylor transitions from the screen back to the stage with ‘Ann’

First-Time Tony Nominee: Holland Taylor transitions from the screen back to the stage with ‘Ann’

Holland Taylor is a brilliant actress so the news that the stage and screen star’s nomination for Best Leading Actress in a Play at this year’s Tonys was not all that surprising…. Read more »

Andrew Keenan-Bolger on the new season of ‘Submissions Only’, his involvement with ‘Newsies’ and ‘Tuck Everlasting’, and his transition from stage to screen

Andrew Keenan-Bolger on the new season of ‘Submissions Only’, his involvement with ‘Newsies’ and ‘Tuck Everlasting’, and his transition from stage to screen

Andrew Keenan-Bolger is one of the most recognizable names on Broadway. After originating the role of Crutchie in the hit musical Newsies and creating the web series Submissions Only, Keenan-Bolger became… Read more »

<i>Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812</i> scene-stealers Brittain Ashford and Grace McLean discuss working with the Tony-nominated creative team and the escapist nature of the musical

Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 scene-stealers Brittain Ashford and Grace McLean discuss working with the Tony-nominated creative team and the escapist nature of the musical

Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, Dave Malloy’s innovative chamber musical currently playing at Broadway’s recently renovated Imperial Theatre, has fused word-for-word Tolstoy with an eclectic score including… Read more »

<i>Spring Awakening</i> alum Kathryn Gallagher talks about creating her sound, speaking her mind and celebrating authenticity in art

Spring Awakening alum Kathryn Gallagher talks about creating her sound, speaking her mind and celebrating authenticity in art

Kathryn Gallagher made her Broadway debut as Martha in the 2016 Tony-nominated Deaf West revival of Spring Awakening, and has since released several of her own EP’s. Blending folk, rock,… Read more »