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Guys and Dolls West End Star Richard Kind on the 'Loud Smiles' of British Audiences

Guys and Dolls West End Star Richard Kind on the 'Loud Smiles' of British Audiences

Richard Kind’s stage credits range from The Producers and The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife to a 2013 Tony nomination for the Clifford Odets play The Big Knife, and now the ever-busy actor is making his London stage debut at the Phoenix Theatre as Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls, opposite two-time Olivier Award winner Samantha Spiro as Miss Adelaide ...

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Tamzin Outhwaite on Dark Truths, Chaotic Dinner Parties and Not Singing in London's How the Other Half Loves

Tamzin Outhwaite on Dark Truths, Chaotic Dinner Parties and Not Singing in London's How the Other Half Loves

Tamzin Outhwaite is a major TV name in Britain, where her West End credits include Di and Viv and Rose and the title role in Sweet Charity, but the actress is returning to her roots by co-starring in the revival at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, of the classic Alan Ayckbourn comedy How the Other Half Loves. The engaging performer took ...

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Two-Time Emmy Winner Uzo Aduba on Being Proud of Her Orange is the New Black Co-Star & Making Her London Debut in The Maids

Two-Time Emmy Winner Uzo Aduba on Being Proud of Her Orange is the New Black Co-Star & Making Her London Debut in The Maids

Uzo Aduba is a two-time Emmy winner for her performance as Suzanne (a.k.a. "Crazy Eyes") in the prison drama Orange is the New Black and revealed her gifts as a belter as Glinda in NBC’s The Wiz Live! The New York theater veteran is now making a scorching London stage debut as Solange, one of two sibling housemaids ...

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People, Places & Things Star Denise Gough on Nicole Kidman as Her Awards Rival, Her Olivier Speech Prep & Being the Toast of the Town

People, Places & Things Star Denise Gough on Nicole Kidman as Her Awards Rival, Her Olivier Speech Prep & Being the Toast of the Town

Irish actress Denise Gough has gone from comparative unknown to West End star on the back of her acclaimed performance as Emma, an actress battling addiction in Duncan Macmillan’s People, Places & Things, the National Theatre hit that transfers to Wyndham’s Theatre in the West End this week. A Best Actress nominee at the forthcoming Olivier Awards, Gough took time ...

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Cedric Neal on the Miracle of Playing Berry Gordy in London's Motown & What He Misses Most About NYC

Cedric Neal on the Miracle of Playing Berry Gordy in London's Motown & What He Misses Most About NYC

Cedric Neal’s Broadway credits include After Midnight and The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, but the Texas-born performer is now U.K.-based, to the benefit of audiences that can see him starring as Berry Gordy in the West End premiere of Motown the Musical, which opened this week at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Broadway.com caught up with the charming Neal ...

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Tony Nominee Tracie Bennett on Ignoring Judi Dench, Obsessing Over NYC and Starring in London's Mrs. Henderson Presents

Tony Nominee Tracie Bennett on Ignoring Judi Dench, Obsessing Over NYC and Starring in London's Mrs. Henderson Presents

Tracie Bennett was a 2012 Tony nominee for best actress in a play for End of the Rainbow, in which the pint-sized Englishwoman played Judy Garland. And now the powerhouse performer has returned to the West End to play the title role in the new musical Mrs. Henderson Presents, directed by Terry Johnson and based on the 2005 film that ...

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Ilan Goodman on Bad Jews Getting Banned on the Tube, Landing The Imitation Game & Giving Notes to His Famous Dad

Ilan Goodman on Bad Jews Getting Banned on the Tube, Landing The Imitation Game & Giving Notes to His Famous Dad

Ilan Goodman may be the son of Olivier Award-winning actor Henry Goodman (Assassins, Chicago) but the RADA-educated performer has been carving a name for himself as a fine talent in his own right. He can currently be seen at the West End's Theatre Royal Haymarket reprising his acclaimed performance as Liam in Joshua Harmon’s play Bad Jews. Broadway.com met ...

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Clear Eyes, Full Hearts! Janie Dee on How Friday Night Lights Helped Her in London's Hand to God

Clear Eyes, Full Hearts! Janie Dee on How Friday Night Lights Helped Her in London's Hand to God

Janie Dee has won two Olivier Awards and moved from classics to new plays, Shakespeare to musicals. But the protean talent is shifting gears big-time to inherit 2015 Tony nominee Geneva Carr’s role as the Texan mom Margery in the British premiere of Robert Askins’ subversively funny Broadway play Hand to God at the Vaudeville Theatre. Broadway.com met the ...

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Jennifer Mudge on Being Friends with Matthew Perry and Making Her West End Debut in The End of Longing

Jennifer Mudge on Being  Friends with Matthew Perry and Making Her West End Debut in The End of Longing

Jennifer Mudge has a slew of New York credits that range from The Philanthropist on Broadway opposite Matthew Broderick to the Witch in Fiasco Theatre’s revelatory Into the Woods off-Broadway. The actress can currently be found making her West End debut at the Playhouse Theatre opposite none other than Friends alum Matthew Perry, who also wrote The End of Longing ...

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Jeremy Secomb, London's Javert, on Playing a Baddie and the Reason Les Miserables Has Endured for So Long

Jeremy Secomb, London's Javert, on Playing a Baddie and the Reason Les Miserables Has Endured for So Long

Jeremy Secomb moved to London from his native Australia over 17 years ago, since then he has risen through the ranks to become a West End leading man. Last year, he won raves in the title role of Sweeney Todd in a pint-sized production just next door to the Queen’s Theatre, where he is currently starring as Javert in Les ...

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