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Sir Antony Sher on Bringing RSC’s Death of a Salesman to the West End & Why Willy Loman Is Like William Shakespeare

Sir Antony Sher on Bringing RSC’s Death of a Salesman to the West End & Why Willy Loman Is Like William Shakespeare

Antony Sher, the actor-knight who was nominated for a Best Actor Tony Award in 1997 for his performance as the British painter Stanley Spencer in Stanley, has played many of the great Shakespearean roles—now is he tackling one of the American theatrical Everests. The Royal Shakespeare Company mounting of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman officially transfers to the Noel ...

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Rachel Tucker on Beautiful Dreams & Unleashing Her Inner Dominatrix in London's Communicating Doors

Rachel Tucker on Beautiful Dreams & Unleashing Her Inner Dominatrix in London's Communicating Doors

After a passionate Broadway debut in the short-lived Sting musical The Last Ship, Belfast-born actress-singer Rachel Tucker has returned to London to head the cast of the Menier Chocolate Factory revival of Alan Ayckbourn’s Communicating Doors, currently in previews and opening May 13. A onetime Elphaba in Wicked, Tucker shifts gears in the comic thriller to play a dominatrix who ...

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Ruthie Henshall on Losing Her Mind in Follies & How London's Billy Elliot Kids Have Opened Her Heart

Ruthie Henshall on Losing Her Mind in Follies & How London's Billy Elliot Kids Have Opened Her Heart

Ruthie Henshall needs scant introduction as one of the West End’s leading musical theater lights, with credits spanning the Atlantic that include Chicago, Miss Saigon, Putting It Together and her current role as dance teacher Mrs. Wilkinson in Billy Elliot at the Victoria Palace Theatre. In recent weeks she has been coupling her work in the long-running hit with rehearsals ...

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Elaine Paige on Her Farewell Concert Film, Nicole Scherzinger in Cats & Keeping Her Costumes

Elaine Paige on Her Farewell Concert Film, Nicole Scherzinger in Cats & Keeping Her Costumes

Elaine Paige is often referred to as the First Lady of British Musical Theater, having originated such iconic roles as Eva Peron in Evita and Grizabella in Cats. But now—50 years after her professional debut, the Olivier winner heads to the big screen in a broadcast of I’m Still Here, her Royal Albert Hall farewell concert from October. The touring swansong ...

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John Heffernan on Playing an American, Being a Fanboy & Oppenheimer's Quick Move to the West End

John Heffernan on Playing an American, Being a Fanboy & Oppenheimer's Quick Move to the West End

J. Robert Oppenheimer has been called the father of the atomic bomb, and the American physicist has now given his name to a new Royal Shakespeare Company play, Oppenheimer. With a running time of three hours and a cast of 20, director Angus Jackson’s production gives pride of place to leading man John Heffernan, who seizes the title role like ...

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Teal Wicks on Her Elphaba Secret Society Membership & Why the Finding Neverland Kids Make Her Feel Lazy

Teal Wicks on Her Elphaba Secret Society Membership & Why the Finding Neverland Kids Make Her Feel Lazy

Wicked alum Teal Wicks is flying back to the Great White Way in Finding Neverland—and while she doesn’t get to explore her inner child while playing J.M. Barrie’s (Matthew Morrison) social-climbing wife Mary, she’s having a blast bringing the magical new musical to Broadway. Featuring a score by Gary Barlow and Eliot Kennedy and a book by James ...

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Lisa Howard on It Shoulda Been You’s Crazy Twist & Why ‘The Macarena’ Is a Wedding Must

Lisa Howard on It Shoulda Been You’s Crazy Twist & Why ‘The Macarena’ Is a Wedding Must

Here comes Lisa Howard, in her first-ever Broadway starring role in It Shoulda Been You! The Priscilla Queen of the Desert, 9 to 5 and Spelling Bee alum plays Jenny, who is walking down the aisle (well, to cheer on her sister, the bride) in the wacky musical comedy. Directed by Tony winner David Hyde Pierce and written by Barbara ...

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Nancy Wallinger on Why Flipping Out & Smashing Things in London’s The Play That Goes Wrong Keeps Her Sane

Nancy Wallinger on Why Flipping Out & Smashing Things in London’s The Play That Goes Wrong Keeps Her Sane

The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre contains lots of men behaving badly—or, at least clumsily—but the Olivier-nominated hit comedy owes much of its success to the two women in its cast, starting with Nancy Wallinger as Annie Twilloil, the stage manager who is attempting to keep calm even as everything is quite literally collapsing around her. Broadway ...

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Memphis' Beverley Knight on Her Thrilling Olivier Nod, The Wiz Dreams & Adventures in London's 'Theaterland'

Memphis' Beverley Knight on Her Thrilling Olivier Nod, The Wiz Dreams & Adventures in London's 'Theaterland'

English soul singer Beverley Knight has been batting a thousand in her stage forays to date. She first appeared on the West End in 2013 as Heather Headley’s replacement in The Bodyguard and is currently an Olivier Award nominee for her roof-raising turn as Felicia in the British premiere of Memphis at the Shaftesbury Theatre; the London version of Broadway’s ...

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Norbert Leo Butz on Playing a ‘Messed Up’ Guy in Netflix's Bloodline & Petting Dolphins with Aaron Tveit

Norbert Leo Butz on Playing a ‘Messed Up’ Guy in Netflix's Bloodline & Petting Dolphins with Aaron Tveit

Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz is unleashing his inner party animal in Bloodline, a gripping new Netflix drama premiering March 20 for your binge-watching convenience. But he’s also got a dark side—the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Catch Me If You Can favorite plays Kevin Rayburn, a hotheaded Florida boatyard owner whose deep family secrets are revealed when his older brother ...

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