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Latest Tony Awards Buzz: Interviews

What’s Up, Sean Hayes? The Promises, Promises Star on Stepping Out as Tony Host

What’s Up, Sean Hayes? The Promises, Promises Star on Stepping Out as Tony Host

With seven Emmy nominations (one win), six Golden Globe nominations and a whopping 11 SAG Award nominations (four wins) for his work on TV’s Will & Grace already under his belt, Sean Hayes is no stranger to award shows. But this Sunday, the Broadway newbie, who is starring in the hit revival of Promises, Promises, will be playing the role ...

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What's Up, Kevin Chamberlin? The Addams Family Tony Nominee Knows Good Things Come in Threes

What's Up, Kevin Chamberlin? The Addams Family Tony Nominee Knows Good Things Come in Threes

It would be a cheap—but fitting—joke to say that The Addams Family’s Kevin Chamberlin is over the moon about his third Tony nomination. The versatile actor, who has made a name for himself on Broadway with performances in Dirty Blonde, Seussical, The Ritz, Chicago, Triumph of Love and more, is both pleased and perplexed about his latest ...

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Choreographer Lynne Page on Her 'Fairytale' Year of Two Broadway Hits and a Tony Nod for La Cage

Choreographer Lynne Page on Her 'Fairytale' Year of Two Broadway Hits and a Tony Nod for La Cage

Age: 40: “You know what they say about ‘life begins at…’”

Hometown: Leicester, England: “Most people drive through it on the way to somewhere else.”

Currently: Savoring a season in which she made her Broadway debut as a choreographer with A Little Night Music, then picked up a Best Choreography Tony nomination for the revival of La Cage aux Folles ...

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What's Up, Andrew Lippa? The Tony-Nommed Composer Talks Nathan, Bebe and Bringing The Addams Family to Life

What's Up, Andrew Lippa? The Tony-Nommed Composer Talks Nathan, Bebe and Bringing The Addams Family to Life

Thanks to television, The Addams Family has an instantly recognizable theme song, but for the beloved cartoons to evolve into a Broadway musical, there needed to be more than just some "snap, snap." Enter Andrew Lippa, author and composer of the 2000 off-Broadway version of The Wild Party, and now a 2010 Tony nominee for making the Addamses sing. We ...

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What's Up, Bobby Steggert? With Three Shows in Six Months, the Tony Nominee Asks 'Whose Life Is This?'

What's Up, Bobby Steggert? With Three Shows in Six Months, the Tony Nominee Asks 'Whose Life Is This?'

He’s a Best Featured Actor Tony nominee for playing budding terrorist Younger Brother in Ragtime, but Bobby Steggert moved on with a vengeance after the musical revival closed prematurely in December. He returned to the stage in Yank!, the now-Broadway-bound musical about a gay romance during World War II, then snagged the role of playwright A.R. Gurney’s ...

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Double Tony Nominee Sherie Rene Scott on Cat Fights, Red Carpets and Everyday Rapture

Double Tony Nominee Sherie Rene Scott on Cat Fights, Red Carpets and Everyday Rapture

After standout turns in mega-musicals like Disney’s The Little Mermaid and Aida, a Tony Award nomination for her role as a sexy swindler in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and a Grammy Award nod for her work as co-founder (with husband Kurt Deutsch) of Sh-K-Boom Records, you’d expect Sherie Rene Scott to take herself seriously. The fans Scott accumulated while ...

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What's Up, Sheryl Kaller? How Next Fall Transformed an Average Mom Into a Tony Nominee

What's Up, Sheryl Kaller? How Next Fall Transformed an Average Mom Into a Tony Nominee

Tony nominee Sheryl Kaller was an up-and-coming director when she made the choice to leave theater for motherhood nearly 16 years ago. In 2005, Kaller began working her way back into the scene with off-Broadway plays like Dangerous Beauty, opening the door for her to join the creative team of Geoffrey Nauffts’ faith-meets-sexuality drama Next Fall in 2009—which, as ...

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Fall in Love with Promises Stars Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes as They Answer Your Questions!

Fall in Love with Promises Stars Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes as They Answer Your Questions!

As if Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes weren’t charming enough together onstage in Promises, Promises, the duo couldn’t seem to get enough of each other in a giddy joint appearance at Broadway.com's video studio. The Promises pair stopped by to answer your questions in our first-ever double Ask a Star. As our camera rolls, Tony winner ...

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Sondheim Tony Nominee Barbara Cook Confesses: 'I Never Quite Realized How Good I Was'

Sondheim Tony Nominee Barbara Cook Confesses: 'I Never Quite Realized How Good I Was'

At 83, Sondheim on Sondheim’s Barbara Cook is one of the crown jewels of Broadway, one of those names cited whenever anyone—from History of Musical Theater students to Stephen Sondheim himself—talks about the golden age of musical theater. She’s even got her own mythology: a Georgia peach who made her way to New York City in ...

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Look Over Here! La Cage Tony Nominee Kelsey Grammer is Ready For Your Questions

Look Over Here! La Cage Tony Nominee Kelsey Grammer is Ready For Your Questions

For nearly 20 years Kelsey Grammer played Dr. Frasier Crane on the widely popular TV series Cheers and its spin-off Frasier, which found the Seattle-based psychiatrist playing radio host to curious listeners calling in with questions. Now you can ask Grammer your questions for real thanks to Broadway.com’s Ask a Star. After a nearly ten year Broadway absence ...

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