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Clea Alsip discusses making her Broadway debut in <i>M. Butterfly</i>

Clea Alsip discusses making her Broadway debut in M. Butterfly

Making a Broadway debut opposite a Golden Globe winning and Oscar nominated actor is enough to intimidate anyone but Clea Alsip, who appeared opposite Clive Owen in the most recent… Read more »

Comedy couple Colleen Crabtree and Dan Rothenberg bring their <i>Hot Mess</i> to off-Broadway

Comedy couple Colleen Crabtree and Dan Rothenberg bring their Hot Mess to off-Broadway

The off-Broadway play Hot Mess, starring Max Crumm and Lucy DeVito, opens with a couple laying in bed together comparing their flaws while the audience roars with laughter. They discuss… Read more »

Tony Nominee Jennifer Damiano prepares to share an intimate concert experience of her decade on Broadway at Joe’s Pub

Tony Nominee Jennifer Damiano prepares to share an intimate concert experience of her decade on Broadway at Joe’s Pub

Jennifer Damiano picked up a Tony nomination for playing the “Invisible Girl” Natalie Goodman in the Pulitzer and Tony Award winning Next to Normal but Damiano’s decade-long career on Broadway… Read more »

Tony nominee Christine Andreas discusses her Feinstein’s/54 Below cabaret series <i>No Regrets</i> and the influence of Edith Piaf

Tony nominee Christine Andreas discusses her Feinstein’s/54 Below cabaret series No Regrets and the influence of Edith Piaf

Christine Andreas is no stranger to a successful career on the stage. She’s appeared  in My Fair Lady, for which she won a Janus Award and Oklahoma and On Your Toes for… Read more »

<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 »