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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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Josh Canfield discusses the visionary direction of Rachel Chavkin, why Broadway is ready for <i>The Great Comet of 1812</i>

Josh Canfield discusses the visionary direction of Rachel Chavkin, why Broadway is ready for The Great Comet of 1812

Before heading to a war-torn and frigid Moscow with Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, Josh Canfield spent a few weeks on the warm, sandy shores of Ogunquit,… Read more »