Clarke Thorell, who plays the wicked Rooster in Broadway’s Annie revival, invites us into his dressing room at the Palace Theatre to see how he keeps cool backstage and the photos that give him inspiration.
Randy Danson, who plays the villainous Madame Morrible in Wicked, invites us into her dressing room to see her “groovy lady,” royal pet portraits and a special gift from Tony-winning costume designer Susan Hilferty.
Ever wonder what Hands on a Hardbody star Jay Armstrong Johnson does during his downtime? He’s hanging out backstage, drinking coconut water, chowing down on cough drops and doing yoga on his non-slip mat, of course!
When Madison Dirks isn’t slinging back bourbon in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, he’s relaxing in his dressing room at the Booth Theatre. Check out his favorite things, including Louisiana swag, an alcoholic ornament and more.
When she’s not being motherly in Picnic, Mare Winningham has plenty of family keepsakes in her dressing room to remind her of home, including her beloved guitar, a memoir written by her mom and a pic of her grandma (who looks just like Mare!).
When Christy Altomare isn’t starring as blushing bride Sophie in the Broadway hit Mamma Mia!, she’s backstage at the Winter Garden Theatre sharing Twix bars, candy canes and Kit Kats…but she's not sharing her private bathroom!
When Ellen Harvey isn’t keeping the corps de ballet in line as Madame Giry in The Phantom of the Opera, she’s hanging out backstage at the Majestic Theatre with her marshmallow sculpture, trusty cell phone and a surprise Broadway guest!
In Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, Emily Bergl may play the greedy Mae Pollitt, but offstage, she’s an art-loving, disco ball-collecting, tea-making and robe-wearing Broadway sweetheart. Check out her cozy backstage home at the Richard Rodgers Theatre!
Tony nominee Elizabeth A. Davis keeps her Once dressing room sweet and simple: with plenty of specialty shampoo, throat medicine and walls lined with photos of family and friends. Take a peek inside her cozy room!
As schoolteacher Miss Shields in Broadway’s A Christmas Story, Caroline O’Connor knows all the right answers—including how to decorate a dressing room for the holidays. Take a peek backstage and see for yourself!