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Carmen Cusack on making her solo concert debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below, playing Tony nominated <I>Bright Star</i> heroine Alice Murphy

Carmen Cusack on making her solo concert debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below, playing Tony nominated Bright Star heroine Alice Murphy

by Casey Mink Carmen Cusack just wrapped her critically acclaimed—and Tony-nominated—run in the Broadway musical Bright Star, marking one of the most rapturously celebrated Broadway debuts in recent memory. But the… Read more »

<i>Drama Doodles</i>: Celebrating the 2016 Tony Award nominated performances

Drama Doodles: Celebrating the 2016 Tony Award nominated performances

The 70th Annual Tony Awards are shaping up to be perhaps the most highly-viewed in the entire history of the ceremony. All eyes were on Broadway earlier this year when Hamilton won the… Read more »

Gavin Creel on the Tony nominated <i>She Loves Me</i> cast, former roommate Celia Keenan-Bolger, and <i>Maize and Blue on Broadway</i>

Gavin Creel on the Tony nominated She Loves Me cast, former roommate Celia Keenan-Bolger, and Maize and Blue on Broadway

In the Roundabout Theatre Company‘s revival of the 1963 musical She Loves Me, Gavin Creel plays Stephen Kodaly, a suave employee at Maraczek’s Parfumerie. Kodaly is a cunning womanizer who is having… Read more »

Jeremy Kushnier on working with scripted improv, his band Canadian White Bread, and Adam Pascal’s influence

Jeremy Kushnier on working with scripted improv, his band Canadian White Bread, and Adam Pascal’s influence

Jeremy Kushnier has almost done it all but he isn’t slowing down his hustle at all. Currently starring as Eddie Lawrence in Shear Madness,  America’s longest running play, Kushnier has two albums released and… Read more »

Nathan Lane returns to Broadway for Lincoln Center Theater’s ‘The Nance’

Nathan Lane returns to Broadway for Lincoln Center Theater’s ‘The Nance’

Nathan Lane is coming back to Broadway in the Lincoln Center’s production of the new play The Nance, by Douglas Carter Beane. Over the past three decades Lane has made… Read more »

<i>The Boy Who Danced on Air</i> breakout star Troy Iwata on the compelling musical and why he loves provocative new theatre

The Boy Who Danced on Air breakout star Troy Iwata on the compelling musical and why he loves provocative new theatre

During times full of sensitive social issues, theatre has always been a medium through which to confidently address the taboo. Theatre does not exist purely to entertain – sometimes, it’s important… Read more »