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<i>Star of the Week</i>: Saycon Sengbloh is a Leading Lady who can’t be Eclipsed

Star of the Week: Saycon Sengbloh is a Leading Lady who can’t be Eclipsed

by Celeste Montaño Saycon Sengbloh has made a career out of breaking barriers. For many years, the Broadway powerhouse was best known for being the first black woman to play Elphaba in… Read more »

Teal Wicks on Mary Barrie’s inner-strength and why the <i>Finding Neverland</i> cast is a special kind of family

Teal Wicks on Mary Barrie’s inner-strength and why the Finding Neverland cast is a special kind of family

  It’s immediately clear upon meeting Teal Wicks that she is vastly different from her onstage persona in Finding Neverland. While Mary Barrie is strict and stiff, the California native… Read more »

<i>Don’t Rain On Her Parade</i>: Elphaba flies above adversity and embraces her power within

Don’t Rain On Her Parade: Elphaba flies above adversity and embraces her power within

Note: This article is part of a bigger project honoring strong females, fictional and real, in theatre as part of Women’s History Month. “Are people born wicked, or is wickedness… Read more »

Christina DeCicco on her high-flying stunts, <i>Evita</i> mishaps, and Vitamix guilty pleasure

Christina DeCicco on her high-flying stunts, Evita mishaps, and Vitamix guilty pleasure

From a powdered-pink persona to a high-flying spider woman, Christina DeCicco has conquered almost every realm of musical theatre. Her Broadway credits hail from Sister Act, Evita, and most recently… Read more »

Where are they now?: <i>Legally Blonde – The Musical: The Search for Elle Woods</i>

Where are they now?: Legally Blonde – The Musical: The Search for Elle Woods

The ridiculously long title of this show alone may bring back a flood of pink-tinted memories. Legally Blonde – The Musical: The Search for Elle Woods. It rolls right off the tongue! For… Read more »

Patti Murin talks about <i>Love’s Labour’s Lost</i>‘s successful run, reality TV and Andrew Rannells

Patti Murin talks about Love’s Labour’s Lost‘s successful run, reality TV and Andrew Rannells

Written by Emilee Dupré  The acclaimed Shakespeare in the Park summer series production of Love’s Labour’s Lost closes this evening. Broadway actress Patti Murin, who played the Princess, talks with Stage… Read more »