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Therese Raquin Star Judith Light on the Roles That Brought Her Big Fun, Big Challenges and Big Hair

Therese Raquin Star Judith Light on the Roles That Brought Her Big Fun, Big Challenges and Big Hair

Two-time Tony Award winner Judith Light looks back on her great career in this week’s Role Call.

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Tony Winner Annaleigh Ashford on the Dumb Blondes, Badasses and Weird Ladies That Fill Her Resume

Tony Winner Annaleigh Ashford on the Dumb Blondes, Badasses and Weird Ladies That Fill Her Resume

Sylvia star Annaleigh breaks down the highs and lows of her stage and TV career in this week's Role Call!

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Finding Neverland's Carolee Carmello on the Starriest, Sexiest, Scariest (and More!) Roles of Her Great Stage Career

Finding Neverland's Carolee Carmello on the Starriest, Sexiest, Scariest (and More!) Roles of Her Great Stage Career

Broadway favorite Carolee Carmello looks back on her great resume in our newest video feature.

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School of Rock’s Sierra Boggess on the Roles that Scared Her, Stayed with Her and Gave Her Folks Something to Talk About

School of Rock’s Sierra Boggess on the Roles that Scared Her, Stayed with Her and Gave Her Folks Something to Talk About

The Broadway favorite, now starring in School of Rock gets down and dirty with her resume in our new feature, Role Call.

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Which Role Would The Bridges of Madison County Star Hunter Foster Kill to Do Again?

Which Role Would The Bridges of Madison County Star Hunter Foster Kill to Do Again?

Hunter Foster can talk about musicals with an extra level of authority. Not only has the Tony-nominated actor starred in a fascinating variety of shows, he has actually written one—the book of the touching musical adaptation of Summer of ’42. Foster is currently taking on the challenge of creating a fleshed-out version of Bud Johnson, the husband of Kelli O’Hara ...

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Chicago’s Christopher Fitzgerald on Star Turns in Young Frankenstein, Barnum & More

Chicago’s Christopher Fitzgerald on Star Turns in Young Frankenstein, Barnum & More

Christopher Fitzgerald has the skills and energy of an old-fashioned Broadway headliner: great voice, impressive comedy chops and a willingness to hop on a tightrope or don a gorilla suit if the role demands it. A Tony nominee for Young Frankenstein and Finian’s Rainbow (as the colorfully named Igor and Og, respectively), Fitzgerald is currently singing “Mister Cellophane” as unloved ...

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Macbeth’s Brian d’Arcy James Looks Back at Shrek, Time Stands Still, a Joyful Holiday Musical & More

Macbeth’s Brian d’Arcy James Looks Back at Shrek, Time Stands Still, a Joyful Holiday Musical & More

Two-time Tony nominee Brian d’Arcy James is on a short list of stage stars who have earned equal acclaim in plays and musicals. His soaring baritone is a composer’s dream, but James—a lovely man in real life—doesn’t hesitate to take on bad guys, troubled guys or even sad sacks. With so many productions to choose from in a two-decade career ...

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Domesticated’s Mary Beth Peil on Moving from Opera to Musicals, Plays & The Good Wife

Domesticated’s Mary Beth Peil on Moving from Opera to Musicals, Plays & The Good Wife

There’s a lot more to Mary Beth Peil than her elegant stage presence in musicals and maternal roles in TV's The Good Wife and Dawson’s Creek. Peil spent two decades as an opera singer, appearing at the Met and many other companies. Musicals theater was a natural transition, but Peil has also pursued challenging roles in plays, including her current ...

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Godot and No Man’s Land Star Billy Crudup on Arcadia, Almost Famous & His Most Challenging Roles

Godot and No Man’s Land Star Billy Crudup on Arcadia, Almost Famous & His Most Challenging Roles

Few young stage actors can resist the lure of Hollywood once they’ve gotten a breakout film role. Billy Crudup, on the other hand, has made theater a priority for almost two decades, seeking out complex character roles that require much more than movie star handsomeness. Between screen credits in Almost Famous, Big Fish, Watchmen, Too Big to Fail and many ...

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Cinderella’s Rebecca Luker on Her Brilliant Broadway Career & Moving Beyond Ingenue Roles

Cinderella’s Rebecca Luker on Her Brilliant Broadway Career & Moving Beyond Ingenue Roles

Rebecca Luker burst onto the Broadway scene two decades ago as the ultimate ingenue, debuting as one of the earliest Christines in The Phantom of the Opera and nabbing the first of three Tony nominations for playing Magnolia in Show Boat. Her all-American blonde looks and glorious soprano voice set her on a particular career path, but Luker has gently ...

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