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Michael Park on <i>Dear Evan Hansen</i>‘s significant impact, pre-show dance parties, and <i>Tuck Everlasting</i>

Michael Park on Dear Evan Hansen‘s significant impact, pre-show dance parties, and Tuck Everlasting

Stellar performances, a phenomenal original story by Steven Levenson, and gorgeous music by Benji Pasek and Justin Paul that requires a box of Kleenex for listening purposes have rendered Dear… Read more »

<i>Tuck Everlasting</i> star Robert Lenzi discusses the reality within the fairytale

Tuck Everlasting star Robert Lenzi discusses the reality within the fairytale

Life isn’t eternal for Tuck Everlasting. The new musical, which began previews on March 31 and officially opened on April 26, is set to close on Sunday. At the time… Read more »

Rema Webb discusses her 18 years on Broadway, being part of the award-winning <i>The Color Purple</i> revival

Rema Webb discusses her 18 years on Broadway, being part of the award-winning The Color Purple revival

Rema Webb has spent the past eighteen years on Broadway and she’s showing no signs of stopping. The Color Purple star is perhaps best known for her role as Mrs. Brown… Read more »

<i>Tuck Everlasting</i> star Andrew Keenan-Bolger discusses the journey of bringing the beloved novel to Broadway

Tuck Everlasting star Andrew Keenan-Bolger discusses the journey of bringing the beloved novel to Broadway

It appears that Andrew Keenan-Bolger has found the secret to eternal youth. As Jesse Tuck in Tuck Everlasting, Keenan-Bolger plays a 17-year-old who, along with his family, is frozen in time…. Read more »

<i>Drama Doodles</i>: <i>Tuck Everlasting</i> has its Most Beautiful Day as it opens on Broadway

Drama Doodles: Tuck Everlasting has its Most Beautiful Day as it opens on Broadway

by Angela Tricarico Tuck Everlasting is making its Broadway premiere tonight, April 26, at the Broadhurst Theater. The new musical is based on Natalie Babbit’s beloved children’s novel from 1975…. Read more »

Rick Holmes on playing the comedic villain, breaking character with Celia Keenan-Bolger, and the influence of the late Roger Rees

Rick Holmes on playing the comedic villain, breaking character with Celia Keenan-Bolger, and the influence of the late Roger Rees

by Angela Tricario As the delightfully stupid and hilarious Mr. Wormwood, Rick Holmes causes raucous laughter and cheers from the audience eight times a week in Matilda. It’s not his… Read more »