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Forever Glinda: The actresses who played the ‘Wicked’ly funny good witch

Forever Glinda: The actresses who played the ‘Wicked’ly funny good witch

Beloved Wicked star Katie Rose Clarke has returned to the Broadway stage to reprise the role of Glinda. As of April 23, she is once again making the Gershwin her… Read more »

Tony Nominee Jennifer Damiano prepares to share an intimate concert experience of her decade on Broadway at Joe’s Pub

Tony Nominee Jennifer Damiano prepares to share an intimate concert experience of her decade on Broadway at Joe’s Pub

Jennifer Damiano picked up a Tony nomination for playing the “Invisible Girl” Natalie Goodman in the Pulitzer and Tony Award winning Next to Normal but Damiano’s decade-long career on Broadway… Read more »

Kristin Chenoweth explores her career and passion for theatre in her <i>Love Letter to Broadway</i>

Kristin Chenoweth explores her career and passion for theatre in her Love Letter to Broadway

For a woman of only 4’11”, Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth certainly knows how to command a room. Chenoweth, who gives true meaning to Shakespeare’s words, “And though she be… Read more »

Stage and screen actor LeRoy McClain on <i>The Happy Sad</i>, his Broadway debut, and the future of theatre

Stage and screen actor LeRoy McClain on The Happy Sad, his Broadway debut, and the future of theatre

LeRoy McClain intended on becoming a baker or a DJ when he grew up. Nowadays, he dreams of playing Richard II. He truly is enjoying the best of both worlds…. Read more »

Track your favorite Broadway star’s fundraising efforts for the Covenant House Sleep Out

Track your favorite Broadway star’s fundraising efforts for the Covenant House Sleep Out

On August 19th, some of our favorite Broadway talents will sleep out for New York City’s homeless youth. Here’s the rundown of who’s attending and the latest on their ever-growing… Read more »

Writing team LYONS&PAKCHAR discuss an album to <i>#Love</i>, <i>Mormon</i> inspiration and their mark on musical theatre

Writing team LYONS&PAKCHAR discuss an album to #Love, Mormon inspiration and their mark on musical theatre

The dynamics of musical theatre are constantly changing, with shows ranging from jukebox musicals, to rock operas; to the classic show tunes of Gershwin and Rogers and Hammerstein. An unlikely… Read more »