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Tovah Feldshuh Looks Back on Three Tony-Nominated Roles, Her Sexy Star Turn in Pippin & More

Tovah Feldshuh Looks Back on Three Tony-Nominated Roles, Her Sexy Star Turn in Pippin & More

The irrepressible Tovah Feldshuh is celebrating her 40th anniversary as a Broadway actress, from ensemble member in the short-lived 1973 musical Cyrano to her current stint as the title character’s high-flying (literally) grandma Berthe in Pippin. Along the way, Feldshuh has amassed four Tony nominations and proved herself a master at playing strong, compelling women. For her Role Call, the ...

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The Landing’s Julia Murney Looks Back on Star Turns in Wicked, The Wild Party & More

The Landing’s Julia Murney Looks Back on Star Turns in Wicked, The Wild Party & More

Julia Murney is beloved among fans and fellow Broadway stars for all the right reasons: She has a gorgeous, unique voice, and she’s real—sympathetic and believable onstage and warmly supportive of her colleagues offstage. Best known as one of the earliest Elphabas in Wicked, Murney works steadily in regional theaters and off-Broadway, including an acclaimed dramatic performance last season ...

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Natural Affection's Kathryn Erbe on Playing Strong Women, from Streetcar to Law & Order

Natural Affection's Kathryn Erbe on Playing Strong Women, from Streetcar to Law & Order

Law & Order fans remember Kathryn Erbe as unflappable detective Alexandra Eames on the Criminal Intent franchise, but the Massachusetts-born actress is also a Tony-nominated stage vet and ensemble member at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre. In the past 18 months alone, Erbe has taken on demanding roles in two off-Broadway premieres (Yosemite and Checkers), and she’s currently breathing new life into ...

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Big Fish Star Bobby Steggert on Becoming Broadway’s Favorite Son & Sibling

Big Fish Star Bobby Steggert on Becoming Broadway’s Favorite Son & Sibling

The best stage actors transcend their offstage personalities, surprising audiences by bringing an extra dimension to the characters they play. That’s certainly the case with Bobby Steggert, a polite, mild-mannered young man whose intense, commanding performances have made him the go-to actor for youthful lead roles. Since playing Audra McDonald’s brother in 110 in the Shade, Steggert has earned a ...

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Pippin’s Charlotte d’Amboise on Six Smashing Musical Roles and Why She’s ‘More Gwen Than Chita’

Pippin’s Charlotte d’Amboise on Six Smashing Musical Roles and Why She’s ‘More Gwen Than Chita’

Children of celebrated performers often wilt under the pressure of being compared to their parents, but not Charlotte d’Amboise: The daughter of ballet superstar Jacques d’Amboise made her Broadway debut in Cats, and in the three decades since then, she has graced the stage in iconic musicals such as Damn Yankees, Chicago and now the Tony-winning revival of Pippin. D’Amboise ...

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Cinderella Star Santino Fontana on the Unexpected Joy of Playing Prince Charming, Plus Hamlet, Earnest & More

Cinderella Star Santino Fontana on the Unexpected Joy of Playing Prince Charming, Plus Hamlet, Earnest & More

Santino Fontana laughingly describes a casting director’s reaction to the news that the young actor would be playing Prince Charming in Cinderella. “He said to my agent, ‘Is this the dark version?’” After all, Fontana had previously been seen as angry older brother Tony in Billy Elliot and a depressed and ailing writer’s assistant in the acclaimed drama Sons ...

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Annie Star Anthony Warlow on Five Classic Roles & the Show He Dreams of Bringing to Broadway

Annie Star Anthony Warlow on Five Classic Roles & the Show He Dreams of Bringing to Broadway

A superstar in his native Australia, Anthony Warlow has spent the past 10 months giving a commanding Broadway debut performance as Daddy Warbucks in Annie, a run he has just extended opposite Faith Prince as Miss Hannigan. Given the depth of his stage resume Down Under, Warlow could choose from a long list of musical heroes for his Role Call ...

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Tom Durnin’s David Morse on Making Movie Magic in The Green Mile and Finding the Humanity in Monstrous Men

Tom Durnin’s David Morse on Making Movie Magic in The Green Mile and Finding the Humanity in Monstrous Men

From St. Elsewhere to The Green Mile to John Adams to Treme, David Morse has worked steadily on TV and in feature films for more than 30 years. His stage work is less well known, but anyone who saw his performance as Uncle Peck in the 1997 premiere of Paula Vogel’s Pulitzer Prize-winning How I Learned to Drive knows that ...

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Aaron Lazar on Romantic Leads, Working With Legends, and the ‘Simple’ Joy of Mamma Mia!

Aaron Lazar on Romantic Leads, Working With Legends, and the ‘Simple’ Joy of Mamma Mia!

Since arriving in New York just over a decade ago, Aaron Lazar has proved himself a master at falling in love in musicals—and he has suited up in period costumes with aplomb in shows such as Les Miserables, A Tale of Two Cities and A Little Night Music. But there’s more to this handsome star than the ability to sing ...

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Choir Boy’s Chuck Cooper on August Wilson, Tony Kushner & His Regrets About His Tony-Winning Role

Choir Boy’s Chuck Cooper on August Wilson, Tony Kushner & His Regrets About His Tony-Winning Role

Chuck Cooper exudes power on stage, both as a singer and a dramatic actor. His charismatic performance as a pimp named Memphis in Cy Coleman’s 1997 musical The Life earned the Ohio-born actor a Tony Award. Cooper has done tons of Shakespeare (including Othello) in regional theater, and he shared his passion for the plays of August Wilson during the ...

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