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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 »

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 »

Jeremy Kushnier on working with scripted improv, his band Canadian White Bread, and Adam Pascal’s influence

Jeremy Kushnier on working with scripted improv, his band Canadian White Bread, and Adam Pascal’s influence

Jeremy Kushnier has almost done it all but he isn’t slowing down his hustle at all. Currently starring as Eddie Lawrence in Shear Madness,  America’s longest running play, Kushnier has two albums released and… Read more »

Adam Pascal on returning to Broadway in ‘Chicago’, staying connected with ‘Rent’

Adam Pascal on returning to Broadway in ‘Chicago’, staying connected with ‘Rent’

Adam Pascal, star of Broadway hits like Rent, Aida, Cabaret and Memphis, is back onstage in Chicago. He took some time to tell Stage Door Dish about Billy Flynn, Kander… Read more »

Whitewashing ‘Rent’: A look at the 20th anniversary UK tour’s controversial casting decision

Whitewashing ‘Rent’: A look at the 20th anniversary UK tour’s controversial casting decision

It’s easy to see why RENT has become a worldwide phenomenon, with fans being known as ‘RENTheads’, and “Seasons of Love” being sung regularly by choirs in voice competitions. ‘No day… Read more »

Theatre Talk Thursday: Which composer would write the music for a musical of your life?

Theatre Talk Thursday: Which composer would write the music for a musical of your life?

There are very few elements of musical theatre more important that the music itself.  After all, if there were no music, it wouldn’t be a musical!  So naturally, the composer… Read more »