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Leigh Zimmerman on Getting Scolded by Madonna and Playing a Diva in London's Relative Values

Leigh Zimmerman on Getting Scolded by Madonna and Playing a Diva in London's Relative Values

Leigh Zimmerman is known for her leggy allure on both sides of the Atlantic, having starred in either the West End or on Broadway (and sometimes both) in Chicago, The Producers and The Will Rogers Follies. A 2013 Olivier recipient for her tart-tongued Sheila in A Chorus Line, Zimmerman is back in the West End in the non-singing role of ...

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Champagne! Caviar! Naps! Bullets Over Broadway's Marin Mazzie Teaches Us How to Be the Ultimate Diva

Champagne! Caviar! Naps! Bullets Over Broadway's Marin Mazzie Teaches Us How to Be the Ultimate Diva

If there’s one leading lady who knows how to play the ultimate diva, it’s Bullets Over Broadway star Marin Mazzie. The three-time Tony nominee is back on the boards as Helen Sinclair, a glamorous Broadway star who practically invented the word. But according to Mazzie, divas have gotten a bad rap in recent years. “I think divas can ...

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Martin Quinn on Why the West End Vampire Thriller Let the Right One In Is Like a Backwards Peter Pan

Martin Quinn on Why the West End Vampire Thriller Let the Right One In Is Like a Backwards Peter Pan

Stage debuts don’t come much more striking than that of 19-year-old Scotsman Martin Quinn, who plays the put-upon Oskar in Let the Right One In. Helmed by Tony winner John Tiffany, the vampire thriller adapted by Jack Thorne has transferred to the Apollo Theatre after an earlier London run at the Royal Court. Based on the Swedish novel and ...

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Violet Star Joshua Henry on Life Lessons From Audra & Sutton and How to Eat Cheesecake While Staying Fit

Violet Star Joshua Henry on Life Lessons From Audra & Sutton and How to Eat Cheesecake While Staying Fit

On Broadway, talented people tend to rise to the top, especially young triple threats like Joshua Henry. (Make that quadruple, if good looks are factored in.) Since his 2007 off-Broadway debut in the ensemble of In the Heights, Henry has climbed the musical theater ladder with supporting roles in American Idiot and Porgy and Bess and a fabulous, Tony-nominated lead ...

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Samantha Bond on Visiting Downton & Her Disastrous Audition for London’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Samantha Bond on Visiting Downton & Her Disastrous Audition for London’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Samantha Bond was a Tony nominee for Amy’s View, played Moneypenny in the Bond (no relation) films, and appeared in Downton Abbey as Lady Rosamund—but only now is the 52-year-old actress tackling her first-ever musical. The new production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at the Savoy Theatre features Robert Lindsay and Rufus Hound as two con artists let loose ...

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Nikki M. James on Being the Idina Menzel of the Mormon Movie and Why Les Miz Is Like Star Trek

Nikki M. James on Being the Idina Menzel of the Mormon Movie and Why Les Miz Is Like Star Trek

Ask Nikki M. James to name her favorite musicals, and she lights up, talking a mile a minute about Cats, Phantom, Miss Saigon and Les Miz. The little girl who used to wait at the stage door for autographs has transformed into a bona fide Broadway star—not to mention a Tony Award winner for her unforgettable performance as Nabulungi ...

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Marisa Tomei on Her Pippin Past, Bonding with Lady Gaga & Why The Realistic Joneses Hits Home

Marisa Tomei on Her Pippin Past, Bonding with Lady Gaga & Why The Realistic Joneses Hits Home

The starry cast of The Realistic Joneses—Toni Collette, Michael C. Hall, Tracy Letts and Marisa Tomei—have made their marks in film and TV, but all four feel equally comfortable on stage. “Theater is definitely my home,” declares Tomei, which might surprise fans who know her only from her Oscar-winning performance as Mona Lisa Vito in My Cousin Vinny ...

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Nina Arianda on Chilling with Al Pacino & Getting Steamy with Michael Esper in Tales From Red Vienna

Nina Arianda on Chilling with Al Pacino & Getting Steamy with Michael Esper in Tales From Red Vienna

Since winning the 2012 Best Actress Tony for her sexy star turn in Venus in Fur, Nina Arianda has jumped from film to film, sharing the screen with Toni Collette in Lucky Them (debuting April 21 at the Tribeca Film Festival) and playing a crack-era gun moll from Queens with a talent for loading an Uzi in the just-released comedy ...

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Olivier Winner Clare Higgins on Thinking Like an American in London's Other Desert Cities

Olivier Winner Clare Higgins on Thinking Like an American in London's Other Desert Cities

Clare Higgins needs no introduction as one of Britain’s finest actresses, having won three Olivier Awards, as well as a 2003 Tony nod for her Broadway debut in Nicholas Wright's Vincent in Brixton. No stranger to playing an American, the Yorkshire-born performer is currently taking on the role of Silda Grauman in the Old Vic Theatre premiere of ...

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Heathers Star Barrett Wilbert Weed on Getting Bullied, Getting Bloody & Her Spring Awakening-Style Sex Scene

Heathers Star Barrett Wilbert Weed on Getting Bullied, Getting Bloody & Her Spring Awakening-Style Sex Scene

Barrett Wilbert Weed is relatively new to the New York theater scene, but when she makes her first entrance in Heathers: The Musical at off-Broadway’s New World Stages, she’s met with deafening cheers and applause. That’s because the Lysistrata Jones and Bare alum is tackling the iconic role of Veronica Sawyer, made famous by Winona Ryder in ...

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