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<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>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 »

<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 »

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 »

Michael Park on <i>Dear Evan Hansen</i>‘s significant impact, pre-show dance parties, and <i>Tuck Everlasting</i>

Michael Park on Dear Evan Hansen‘s significant impact, pre-show dance parties, and Tuck Everlasting

Stellar performances, a phenomenal original story by Steven Levenson, and gorgeous music by Benji Pasek and Justin Paul that requires a box of Kleenex for listening purposes have rendered Dear… Read more »

Choreographer Spencer Liff discusses storytelling through movement in <i>Falsettos</i>, <i>Spring Awakening</i>

Choreographer Spencer Liff discusses storytelling through movement in Falsettos, Spring Awakening

“Love can tell a million stories” and so can Spencer Liff’s choreography. Liff has taken part in highly-acclaimed Broadway revivals such as Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Spring Awakening… Read more »