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Top Five! Hot Videos Reveal Laura Osnes’ ‘Day Job,’ Matthew Broderick’s First Stage Role & Motown Must-Haves

Top Five! Hot Videos Reveal Laura Osnes’ ‘Day Job,’ Matthew Broderick’s First Stage Role & Motown Must-Haves
Laura Osnes, Matthew Broderick & Bryan Terrell Clark
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The exclusive videos just keep coming on, and fans couldn’t get enough of Laura Osnes’ endlessly entertaining video blog, Paul Wontorek’s chat with stage and screen favorite Matthew Broderick and features on three hot spring musicals. Click below to catch up on the most-watched videos from April 3 through April 9:

1. The Princess Diary: Backstage at Cinderella With Laura Osnes, Episode 6: Cinderella title star Laura Osnes outdoes herself in her sixth vlog episode, offering hilarious (and fake) peeks at cast members’ day jobs—including Herman the fish at the counter of Crumbs bakery—and equally hilarious outtakes.


2. Show People With Nice Work If You Can Get It Star Matthew Broderick: Editor-in-Chief Paul Wontorek welcomes two-time Tony winner Matthew Broderick to the studio, chatting with the film and stage star about why he loves doing eight shows a week as Jimmy Winter in Nice Work If You Can Get It, plus memories of Harvey Fierstein, Nathan Lane and more.


3. My Space With Motown: The Musical Star Bryan Terrell Clark Bryan Terrell Clarke, who plays Marvin Gaye in Motown: The Musical, welcomes to his dressing room in the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre and shows off his wardrobe of hats, family photos, cool coffee machine and computer music delivery program, including percussion!


4. On the Scene on Opening Night of Kinky Boots: Everybody say “yeah” for the fabulous opening festivities of Kinky Boots, featuring a wonderful new score by Cyndi Lauper and a book by Harvey Fierstein. Hear Billy Porter talk about his pumps, Stark Sands on the joy of singing Lauper’s music and lots of starry guests explaining the secret of being fabulous.


5. Making Matilda, Episode 5 – Meet the Title Stars! Here are four names to remember: Bailey Ryon, Sophia Gennusa, Milly Shapiro and Oona Laurence, the young actresses who share the title role in the splashy new Broadway musical Matilda. The adorable foursome explain what makes the show’s music and magic special for all ages.


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