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Josh Canfield discusses the visionary direction of Rachel Chavkin, why Broadway is ready for <i>The Great Comet of 1812</i>

Josh Canfield discusses the visionary direction of Rachel Chavkin, why Broadway is ready for The Great Comet of 1812

Before heading to a war-torn and frigid Moscow with Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, Josh Canfield spent a few weeks on the warm, sandy shores of Ogunquit,… Read more »

Gavin Creel on the Tony nominated <i>She Loves Me</i> cast, former roommate Celia Keenan-Bolger, and <i>Maize and Blue on Broadway</i>

Gavin Creel on the Tony nominated She Loves Me cast, former roommate Celia Keenan-Bolger, and Maize and Blue on Broadway

In the Roundabout Theatre Company‘s revival of the 1963 musical She Loves Me, Gavin Creel plays Stephen Kodaly, a suave employee at Maraczek’s Parfumerie. Kodaly is a cunning womanizer who is having… 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 »

Puppy Love!: Nine Broadway canines worth barking about

Puppy Love!: Nine Broadway canines worth barking about

It’s that time of year again! The 15th annual Broadway Barks event will take place in Shubert Alley this afternoon. Founded by Bernadette Peters, the cause is a simple and… Read more »

The music of Scott Alan will come alive in a new reading of ‘Home: The Musical’

The music of Scott Alan will come alive in a new reading of ‘Home: The Musical’

Any aspiring artist today could take a lesson from Scott Alan on what it truly means to be dedicated. For someone who has achieved beauty and acclaim through his music, he has… Read more »

‘The Great Wendi Way’, Episode #29: Broadway on the Small Screen and 5 More Years of Tonys

‘The Great Wendi Way’, Episode #29: Broadway on the Small Screen and 5 More Years of Tonys

In this episode of “The Great Wendi Way,” StageDoorDish.com’s Wendi Reichstein recaps the 2013 Off Broadway Alliance Awards and Critics Choice TV nominations, brings news of a The Last Five… Read more »