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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 »

Christy Altomare discusses how playing the titular role in Broadway-bound <i>Anastasia</i> changed her life

Christy Altomare discusses how playing the titular role in Broadway-bound Anastasia changed her life

  There is a collective gasp from the audience every night when Christy Altomare steps on stage as the Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova.  She is poised, graceful, scrappy, and it’s… Read more »

Joe Morton on the selflessness of Dick Gregory in off-Broadway’s <i>Turn Me Loose</i> and the selfishness of Rowan Pope on <i>Scandal</i>

Joe Morton on the selflessness of Dick Gregory in off-Broadway’s Turn Me Loose and the selfishness of Rowan Pope on Scandal

Joe Morton just can’t stay away from the theatre. It’s been nearly two decades since the Emmy Award winner appeared on Broadway, but Morton is back off-Broadway this summer in the new… Read more »

Lulu Fall on the ground-breaking operas <i>Hadestown</i> and <i>The Great Comet of 1812</i> and the need for diversity in theatre

Lulu Fall on the ground-breaking operas Hadestown and The Great Comet of 1812 and the need for diversity in theatre

Hell is the coolest place off-Broadway. Hadestown, the new folk-opera created by singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell and directed by OBIE winner Rachel Chavkin, who is best known for her direction of Natasha,… Read more »

John Bolton discusses physical comedy and honoring history, film and theatre in <i>Anastasia</i>

John Bolton discusses physical comedy and honoring history, film and theatre in Anastasia

When John Bolton steps onstage, it can be assured that it won’t be long before the audience is in peals of laughter. In Hartford Stage’s Broadway-bound production of Anastasia, Bolton portrays Vlad,… Read more »

<i>School of Rock</i> star Mamie Parris discusses the fun of being mean to Tony nominee Alex Brightman

School of Rock star Mamie Parris discusses the fun of being mean to Tony nominee Alex Brightman

As Patty Di Marco in School of Rock, Mamie Parris is outspoken about her loathing for Dewey Finn whom she views as a freeloading bum. The role of Dewey is played… Read more »