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Travis Waldschmidt on hitting a historic 1,000 performances with <i>Matilda the Musical</i>

Travis Waldschmidt on hitting a historic 1,000 performances with Matilda the Musical

by Angela Tricario Travis Waldschmidt has been in over 1,000 of the nearly 1,200 performances of Matilda the Musical on Broadway. Waldschmidt played his 1,000th performance in the ensemble of… Read more »

Paul Alexander Nolan on <i>Bright Star</i>‘s inspiring story, working with Steve Martin and Edie Brickell

Paul Alexander Nolan on Bright Star‘s inspiring story, working with Steve Martin and Edie Brickell

by Nicole Nadler Bright Star, the new musical by writing team Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, is about finding that bright star within yourself and becoming who you are. The… Read more »

<i>Don’t Rain On Her Parade</i>: Elphaba flies above adversity and embraces her power within

Don’t Rain On Her Parade: Elphaba flies above adversity and embraces her power within

Note: This article is part of a bigger project honoring strong females, fictional and real, in theatre as part of Women’s History Month. “Are people born wicked, or is wickedness… Read more »

Montego Glover discusses <i>The Royale</i>‘s timeless story, being the leading lady in a cast of men

Montego Glover discusses The Royale‘s timeless story, being the leading lady in a cast of men

by Celeste Montaño Broadway vet and Tony nominated actress Montego Glover is unstoppable. In the past year alone, she dove into three wildly different roles with so much verve and… Read more »

Don’t Call It a System Error: Why <i>Nerds</i> Is Still Worth the Hype

Don’t Call It a System Error: Why Nerds Is Still Worth the Hype

by Brooke Robinson The Broadway community came together last week to support the cast and crew of Nerds, who received the disappointing news that their show would be postponed following the… Read more »

<i>Don’t Rain On Her Parade</i>: <i>Something Rotten</i>‘s Bea is “more than just a woman, baby”

Don’t Rain On Her Parade: Something Rotten‘s Bea is “more than just a woman, baby”

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 Brooke Robinson  The past couple years… Read more »