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Martha Plimpton, Lesli Margherita, and Lena Hall discuss upcoming star-studded fundraiser <i>Broadway Acts for Women</i>

Martha Plimpton, Lesli Margherita, and Lena Hall discuss upcoming star-studded fundraiser Broadway Acts for Women

It’s no secret that this election season has been turbulent, and one of the most talked about issues on the campaign trail has been the issue of women’s rights –… Read more »

Broadway star Jose Llana reflects on his twenty years in theatre for his upcoming album <i>Altitude</i>

Broadway star Jose Llana reflects on his twenty years in theatre for his upcoming album Altitude

Jose Llana is an unstoppable force. He is releasing his debut American solo album Altitude through Yellow Sound Label on May 13. Llana, who is already a best-selling artist in his home… Read more »

Stars of off-Broadway’s <i>Straight</i> discuss labels and the play’s powerful messages

Stars of off-Broadway’s Straight discuss labels and the play’s powerful messages

What happens when an average guy who likes being an average guy discovers something within himself that he does not consider average? How does he choose between the life he… Read more »

Hannah Elless on falling in love with <i>Bright Star</i>, being a real-life bookworm, and achieving her dreams

Hannah Elless on falling in love with Bright Star, being a real-life bookworm, and achieving her dreams

Hannah Elless is taking her Midwestern roots and bringing them to the mid 20th Century south in Bright Star as Margo Crawford.   Bright Star, written by Steve Martin and… Read more »

Sandra Mae Frank on making her Broadway debut in Deaf West’s <i>Spring Awakening</i>, advocating for the deaf community

Sandra Mae Frank on making her Broadway debut in Deaf West’s Spring Awakening, advocating for the deaf community

  Sandra Mae Frank recently captivated audiences with her spirited portrayal of Wendla in Deaf West’s revival of Spring Awakening. In addition to becoming one of Broadway’s new sweethearts, Frank’s off-stage persona… Read more »

Christopher Sieber on the secret to theatrical comedy, Miss Trunchbull’s villainy, and new Broadway-bound musical <i>The Prom</i>

Christopher Sieber on the secret to theatrical comedy, Miss Trunchbull’s villainy, and new Broadway-bound musical The Prom

Christopher Sieber will soon don Miss Agatha Trunchbull’s warts, unibrow, and yellowed teeth for the last time after two years with the role. It was recently announced that Sieber will… Read more »