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David Holthouse on the True Story Behind Off-Broadway's Stalking the Bogeyman

David Holthouse on the True Story Behind Off-Broadway's Stalking the Bogeyman

Journalist David Holthouse talks about the healing catharsis of revealing his deep secret in Stalking the Bogeyman, which is based on his life.

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Meet the Exterminator! Grace McLean Obsesses about Bed Bugs!!! in the Off-Broadway Musical

Meet the Exterminator! Grace McLean Obsesses about Bed Bugs!!! in the Off-Broadway Musical

Grace McLean offers some insight into the "gross" and "cute" insects at the center of the off-Broadway musical Bed Bugs!!!

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Jonny Orsini Talks About Identity, Family and War in Almost Home

Jonny Orsini Talks About Identity, Family and War in Almost Home

Almost Home star Jonny Orsini talks about the show's authenticity in portraying a Marine returning to the Bronx in 1965.

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Adam Mucci on Bad Advice and Good Intentions in Off-Broadway's Money Grubbin' Whores

Adam Mucci on Bad Advice and Good Intentions in Off-Broadway's Money Grubbin' Whores

Money Grubbin' Whores star Adam Mucci on the heart, foul language and emotional center of the new off-Broadway play about marriage, divorce and communication.

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Found Star Nick Blaemire on Discovering a Musical in Discarded Notes

Found Star Nick Blaemire on Discovering a Musical in Discarded Notes

Nick Blaemire chats with Broadway.com about the ambitious new musical Found, which tells the story of a man finding his connection to the world through discarded notes and flyers.

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Kate Shindle Offers Insight into Revolution in the Elbow

Kate Shindle Offers Insight into Revolution in the Elbow

Stage fave Kate Shindle on the absurd universe of the Icelandic tale Revoltion in the Elbow, off-Broadway's only show set in an elbow. Yes, an elbow.

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Qurrat Ann Kadwani on Blending Traditional Indian Culture & the Bronx in They Call Me Q

Qurrat Ann Kadwani on Blending Traditional Indian Culture & the Bronx in They Call Me Q

Qurrat Ann Kadwani brings her Indian parents, her friends and many more to life in her new one-woman show They Call Me QFind out why audiences see their own families, as well as themselves, in the 13 characters she plays.

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Liza Colon-Zayas on the Hilarity and Heartbreak in Between Riverside and Crazy

Liza Colon-Zayas on the Hilarity and Heartbreak in Between Riverside and Crazy

Between Riverside and Crazy's Liza Colon-Zayas on the hope, humor and New York City realness in Stephen Adly Guirgis' new play.

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Atomic's Sara Gettelfinger Discusses the Explosive New Musical

Atomic's Sara Gettelfinger Discusses the Explosive New Musical

Sara Gettelfinger of Atomic discusses what it's like telling the story of the birth of the atomic bomb in this exciting new off-Broadway rock musical.

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Marcus Stevens on Lovingly Sending Up the Great White Way in Forbidden Broadway

Marcus Stevens on Lovingly Sending Up the Great White Way in Forbidden Broadway

Forbidden Broadway's Marcus Stevens on this off-Broadway institution that pokes fun at all things Broadway.

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