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Phillip Rolfe on 19 Years of Laughs as Fiddler on the Roof Star Danny Burstein's Friend and Dresser

Phillip Rolfe on 19 Years of Laughs as Fiddler on the Roof Star Danny Burstein's Friend and Dresser

Phillip Rolfe, who hails from Montana, trained as a classical pianist and dancer. He went to college at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he was a dance major/music minor. Because of his sewing skills, he was always helping in costume shops and was a dresser on the long-running Las Vegas spectacular Jubilee. Rolfe found work as a ...

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The Fans Have Spoken! The Top 10 First-Time Tony-Nominated Performers You're Rooting For on Broadway's Biggest Night

The Fans Have Spoken! The Top 10 First-Time Tony-Nominated Performers You're Rooting For on Broadway's Biggest Night

With stunning revivals and historic new hits, this wonderful Broadway season has had theater fans yelling "Yasss!" All will be revealed on June 12 at the 70th annual Tony Awards, and for 24 lucky performers, 2016 marks the year of their first Tony Award nomination. We can't wait to see who may follow that nod up with an award ...

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Daphne's Dive Stars Vanessa Aspillaga & Daphne Rubin-Vega on Sisterhood, Diversity and Turning into Benny from Rent

Daphne's Dive Stars Vanessa Aspillaga & Daphne Rubin-Vega on Sisterhood, Diversity and Turning into Benny from Rent

Sisterhood is powerful in Daphne’s Dive, the new play by Pulitzer Prize winner Quiara Alegría Hudes. In the title role, Vanessa Aspillaga runs a neighborhood bar in North Philadelphia where an array of colorful characters makes themselves at home. Her older sister, Inez, played by two-time Tony nominee Daphne Rubin-Vega, has escaped to the upscale Main Line thanks to her ...

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What Comes Next? Where to Catch Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda When He Leaves the Historic Hit

What Comes Next? Where to Catch Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda When He Leaves the Historic Hit

When we see it coming, do we run or do we let it be? As Hamilton has taught us, all wonderful things eventually have to end; mastermind and star Lin-Manuel Miranda is poised to leave the tuner this summer. But fear not, Hamilfans. Like the smash hit about the ten-dollar Founding Father, the certified genius is here to stay, both ...

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Daveed Diggs Is Not Throwing Away His Grammy, Audra McDonald's Singing on the Streets & More Lessons of the Week

Daveed Diggs Is Not Throwing Away His Grammy, Audra McDonald's Singing on the Streets & More Lessons of the Week

Happy Friday! We hope you’re ready to spend the weekend browsing through these fiery pics of the Hamilton ensemble (sheer cape optional), but first, it’s time for the Lessons of the Week. We learned a whole lot about the Great White Way over the past seven days. From a Founding Father heading to the big screen to some men in ...

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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which First-Time Tony-Nominated Performer Are You Rooting For?

Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which First-Time Tony-Nominated Performer Are You Rooting For?

The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank.

The Tony night countdown is winding down, which means the viewing party plans, prediction discussions and our docu-series are heating up! No one is more stoked than ...

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It's Not a Moment, It's the Movement: Meet the Dope Ensemble Keeping Hamilton Going Non-Stop

It's Not a Moment, It's the Movement: Meet the Dope Ensemble Keeping Hamilton Going Non-Stop

There isn't a Tony Award for Best Musical Ensemble, but if there were, Hamilton would have nabbed 17 landmark nods this year. Carleigh Bettiol, Ariana DeBose, Sasha Hutchings, Morgan Marcell, Thayne Jasperson, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Jon Rua, Seth Stewart, Austin Smith, Ephraim Sykes and Voltaire Wade-Greene are the young, scrappy and hungry movers giving the Main Stem some major street cred ...

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The Father Star Frank Langella & Director Doug Hughes on How Not to Be Intimidating, So-Called Celebrities & Awards Season

The Father Star Frank Langella & Director Doug Hughes on How Not to Be Intimidating, So-Called Celebrities & Awards Season

At 78, three-time Tony winner Frank Langella is enjoying one of his best years ever, with juicy TV roles as a Russian spy in The Americans and a racist Southern senator in HBO’s adaptation of All the Way, plus a towering, Tony-nominated performance as a patriarch sinking into the abyss of Alzheimer’s disease in Florian Zeller’s The Father. The play ...

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The Fans Have Spoken! Your Top 10 Disney Channel Original Movie Picks for Broadway

The Fans Have Spoken! Your Top 10 Disney Channel Original Movie Picks for Broadway

Happy Tuesday, Broadway.com fans! We hope you spent that glorious Memorial Day weekend out in the sunshine—and inside beating the heat with that Disney Channel Original Movie mega-marathon. Alongside practicing your Cheetah Girls choreography, we asked you to rank the top 10 DCOMs you want to see on the Main Stem. Take a peek at your picks below!


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Jake Gyllenhaal Is Moving On to City Center, Leona Lewis Is Moving Up to the Heaviside Layer & More Lessons of the Week

Jake Gyllenhaal Is Moving On to City Center, Leona Lewis Is Moving Up to the Heaviside Layer & More Lessons of the Week

It’s Friday—and a holiday weekend—so what are you going to do to celebrate? You could start by revisiting some early, wacky and just a touch awkward Broadway.com moments from this year’s Tony nominees, and once you’ve come out of that spiral, brush up on the Lessons of the Week! We’ve had a lot of exciting stories from the Great White ...

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