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André Ward discusses how <i>Something Rotten!</i> is like being at a rock concert

André Ward discusses how Something Rotten! is like being at a rock concert

When the house lights go down at the St. James Theatre, André Ward is the first person to appear on stage. With a lute in his hand, he invites the… Read more »

<i>Don’t Rain On Her Parade</i>: Ingredients for the three less-than-perfect leading ladies of <i>Waitress</i>

Don’t Rain On Her Parade: Ingredients for the three less-than-perfect leading ladies of Waitress

Note: This article is part of a bigger project honoring strong females, fictional and real, in theatre as part of Women’s History Month. Musical theatre is filled with extraordinary women… Read more »

<i>Don’t Rain On Her Parade</i>: Matilda embraces her ‘Naughty’ side

Don’t Rain On Her Parade: Matilda embraces her ‘Naughty’ side

Note: This article is part of a bigger project honoring strong females, fictional and real, in theatre as part of Women’s History Month. by Angela Tricarico Matilda Wormwood is Broadway’s… Read more »

<i>The Crucible</i>’s Jenny Jules on working with Saoirse Ronan, connecting with her character Tituba, and Donald Trump’s Witch Hunt

The Crucible’s Jenny Jules on working with Saoirse Ronan, connecting with her character Tituba, and Donald Trump’s Witch Hunt

by Celeste Montaño Ivo van Hove’s much-anticipated revival of The Crucible is finally on Broadway. The return of the Arthur Miller classic prompted considerable buzz in the months before previews,… Read more »

Teal Wicks on Mary Barrie’s inner-strength and why the <i>Finding Neverland</i> cast is a special kind of family

Teal Wicks on Mary Barrie’s inner-strength and why the Finding Neverland cast is a special kind of family

  It’s immediately clear upon meeting Teal Wicks that she is vastly different from her onstage persona in Finding Neverland. While Mary Barrie is strict and stiff, the California native… Read more »

Lorin Latarro on the universal themes in <i>Waitress</i>, coupling choreography with Sara Bareilles lyrics

Lorin Latarro on the universal themes in Waitress, coupling choreography with Sara Bareilles lyrics

Lorin Latarro made theatre history when her name was announced as the choreographer for the new musical Waitress. Latarro, who served as choreographer for Broadway’s Waiting For Godot starring sir… Read more »