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F. Michael Haynie discusses finding humanity within characters, how <i>Carrie</i> and <i>Dogfight</i> changed his life, and why he doesn’t believe in luck

F. Michael Haynie discusses finding humanity within characters, how Carrie and Dogfight changed his life, and why he doesn’t believe in luck

It is immediately clear upon meeting F. Michael Haynie that he represents everything right with Broadway today; Haynie exudes boundless energy, his deep passion for the arts is expressed through… 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 »

<i>Peerless</i> Stars Sasha Diamond and Laura Sohn on How the Daring Play Challenges Audiences, Racially Diverse Stories Being Told Onstage

Peerless Stars Sasha Diamond and Laura Sohn on How the Daring Play Challenges Audiences, Racially Diverse Stories Being Told Onstage

by Casey Mink Peerless, the audacious play running through Aug. 6 at Barrington Stage, has been challenging its audiences in both the story it tells and the manner in which… Read more »

Lauren Marcus discusses her debut EP <i>Never Really Done With You</i> and solo show at Joe’s Pub

Lauren Marcus discusses her debut EP Never Really Done With You and solo show at Joe’s Pub

Lauren Marcus can best be described as a musical chameleon. As someone who fits perfectly in any role she is in, Marcus is a powerful force who should not be… 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 »

Jeremy Stolle discusses debut album <i>In The Moment</i> and <i>Phantom of the Opera’s</i> influence on theatre

Jeremy Stolle discusses debut album In The Moment and Phantom of the Opera’s influence on theatre

The Phantom of the Opera, the current longest running musical on Broadway, has a world renowned legacy that many have helped create. Jeremy Stolle has played the role of Passarino… Read more »