Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.
Frozen to Tour Before Broadway
Before making it to Broadway's boards, Frozen is coming to a city near you…on ice, somewhat fittingly. According to The New York Times, the ice-skating spectacular, with a cast of 39, will kick off an arena tour this September in Orlando, Florida. Expect a stage based on a snowflake, blizzards, projections and a lot of small (and big) kids singing “Let It Go.” Loudly.
Bryan Cranston and All the Way Pick Up More Gongs
More accolades for the Tony nominated Bryan Cranston and All the Way. Cranston won the Outstanding Large Actor at the 32nd Elliot Norton awards in Boston May 19, whilst the play, which ran at the city's A.R.T. last fall, won Outstanding Large Production. At this rate, Cranston and the show's producers may soon be running out of space on their mantlepieces.
Kelli O'Hara Says Bridges Closing Was the 'Strangest Thing I've Ever Dealt With'
Bridges of Madison County Tony nominee Kelli O'Hara is as mystified as the rest of us as to why the tuner shuttered prematurely. "It's the strangest thing I've ever dealt with in my life." She revealed to The Hollywood Reporter. "Even when the houses weren't selling, everybody in the houses leapt to their feet at the end of our show. I've done shows that have run for over a year and they didn't do that!"
Watch Laura Benanti Talk about Herself (Adorably)
Tony winner Laura Benanti stopped by NBC New York to talk about her upcoming hosting gig at the Drama Desk Awards, keeping it hi-lar-ious on Twitter and where she keeps all those awards of hers. Check out what the Broadway babe had to say below.