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Choreographer Spencer Liff discusses storytelling through movement in <i>Falsettos</i>, <i>Spring Awakening</i>

Choreographer Spencer Liff discusses storytelling through movement in Falsettos, Spring Awakening

“Love can tell a million stories” and so can Spencer Liff’s choreography. Liff has taken part in highly-acclaimed Broadway revivals such as Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Spring Awakening… Read more »

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 »

<i>Star of the Week</i>:  Leslie Odom Jr. is an inimitable and original talent

Star of the Week: Leslie Odom Jr. is an inimitable and original talent

  History has its eyes on Leslie Odom Jr. Although the newly-minted Tony winner is leaving Hamilton along with his castmates Lin-Manuel Miranda and Phillipa Soo on July 9, he has successfully made an indelible… Read more »

Will Chase talks about his two decades on Broadway, why he prefers TV, and his future on <i>Nashville</i>

Will Chase talks about his two decades on Broadway, why he prefers TV, and his future on Nashville

Will Chase has left his mark on the theatrical world in the nearly two decades since making his Broadway debut. Last seen on Broadway in his Tony nominated role as… 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 »

André Ward discusses how <i>Something Rotten!</i> is like being at a rock concert

André Ward discusses how Something Rotten! is like being at a rock concert

When the house lights go down at the St. James Theatre, André Ward is the first person to appear on stage. With a lute in his hand, he invites the… Read more »