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A Bronx Tale’s Hudson Loverro & Athan Sporek on Candy Thieves, Fave Pizza Toppings & the Benefits of Sharing a Role

A Bronx Tale’s Hudson Loverro & Athan Sporek on Candy Thieves, Fave Pizza Toppings & the Benefits of Sharing a Role

They call them “C,” and they like it! Athan Sporek and Hudson Loverro are the pint-sized powerhouses alternating in the role of Young Calogero (a.k.a. C) in Broadway’s A Bronx Tale. The two portray a young Chazz Palminteri in the musical adaptation of his acclaimed semi-autobiographical show. Life’s a big cookie jar for these bright-eyed boys: Sporek ...

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Dear Evan Hansen's Rachel Bay Jones & Jennifer Laura Thompson on the Joys & Burdens of Motherhood On Stage and Off

Dear Evan Hansen's Rachel Bay Jones & Jennifer Laura Thompson on the Joys & Burdens of Motherhood On Stage and Off

Family life is messy in the new hit musical Dear Evan Hansen, and that’s exactly the way Rachel Bay Jones and Jennifer Laura Thompson like it. After years of solid work in Broadway musicals, Jones (Hair, Pippin) and Thompson (Urinetown, Wicked) portray mothers on opposite sides of a tragedy compounded by a lie. After kicking off Evan Hansen with Benj ...

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Betsy Wolfe & Tracie Thoms on Playing the 'Lesbians Next Door' in Falsettos, Looking Like Their Mothers & Not Crying During 'Unlikely Lovers'

Betsy Wolfe & Tracie Thoms on Playing the 'Lesbians Next Door' in Falsettos, Looking Like Their Mothers & Not Crying During 'Unlikely Lovers'

Two of the most beloved supporting characters in modern-day musicals are “the lesbians next door,” kosher caterer Cordelia and internist Dr. Charlotte, in Falsettos. Introduced by composer William Finn in 1990’s Falsettoland (now the second act of the show), these strong and loving women serve as counterpoints to the angst surrounding lead couple Marvin and Whizzer. The brilliantly cast ...

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Get to Know Jess LeProtto and Shonica Gooden, Who Play Cats' Iconic Duo Mungojerrie & Rumpleteazer

Get to Know Jess LeProtto and Shonica Gooden, Who Play Cats' Iconic Duo Mungojerrie & Rumpleteazer

Of all the frisky felines in Cats, Mungojerrie and Rumpleteazer are the biggest mischief-makers, grabbing Sunday dinner from the oven one minute and swiping a string of pearls the next. These show-stopping cats are played by two of Broadway’s best young dancers, Jess LeProtto and Shonica Gooden, who share their characters’ sassy chemistry. LeProtto, a finalist on So You Think ...

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Kinky Boots Stars Alan Mingo Jr. & Aaron C. Finley on Their Onstage Bromance, Not Fighting Heels & Why the Show Gives Them Chills

Kinky Boots Stars Alan Mingo Jr. & Aaron C. Finley on Their Onstage Bromance, Not Fighting Heels & Why the Show Gives Them Chills

A glamorous drag queen and a strait-laced shoe manufacturer form an unconventional alliance in Kinky Boots, a relationship that’s both funny and touching thanks to Cyndi Lauper’s Tony-winning score, Harvey Fierstein’s warm-hearted book and Jerry Mitchell’s fast-paced direction. Three years into its Broadway run, the show remains in great shape, with commanding lead performances from Alan Mingo Jr. as saucy ...

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Oslo's Jefferson Mays & Jennifer Ehle on Who Would Make a Better Spy and What They'll Be Doing in Their 80s

Oslo's Jefferson Mays & Jennifer Ehle on Who Would Make a Better Spy and What They'll Be Doing in Their 80s

The new play Oslo tells the unlikely story of how a Norwegian sociologist and his wife, a foreign minister in the title city, managed to broker the historic 1993 peace agreement between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization. Grounding this diplomatic cloak-and-dagger tale are Jefferson Mays and Jennifer Ehle, whose magnetism makes audiences wish these Tony winners could take on ...

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Eclipsed's Tony-Nommed Director Liesl Tommy and Playwright Danai Gurira on Diversity, Drive & Dresses

Eclipsed's Tony-Nommed Director Liesl Tommy and Playwright Danai Gurira on Diversity, Drive & Dresses

While earning raves and 2016 Tony nominations for their work on Eclipsed, playwright Danai Gurira and director Liesl Tommy have been living double lives, creatively speaking: Gurira plays zombie killer Michonne in the international TV megahit The Walking Dead; Tommy recently opened Frozen Live at the Hyperion, an hour-long stage version of the movie musical, at Disneyland’s California Adventure theme ...

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Daphne's Dive Stars Vanessa Aspillaga & Daphne Rubin-Vega on Sisterhood, Diversity and Turning into Benny from Rent

Daphne's Dive Stars Vanessa Aspillaga & Daphne Rubin-Vega on Sisterhood, Diversity and Turning into Benny from Rent

Sisterhood is powerful in Daphne’s Dive, the new play by Pulitzer Prize winner Quiara Alegría Hudes. In the title role, Vanessa Aspillaga runs a neighborhood bar in North Philadelphia where an array of colorful characters makes themselves at home. Her older sister, Inez, played by two-time Tony nominee Daphne Rubin-Vega, has escaped to the upscale Main Line thanks to her ...

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The Father Star Frank Langella & Director Doug Hughes on How Not to Be Intimidating, So-Called Celebrities & Awards Season

The Father Star Frank Langella & Director Doug Hughes on How Not to Be Intimidating, So-Called Celebrities & Awards Season

At 78, three-time Tony winner Frank Langella is enjoying one of his best years ever, with juicy TV roles as a Russian spy in The Americans and a racist Southern senator in HBO’s adaptation of All the Way, plus a towering, Tony-nominated performance as a patriarch sinking into the abyss of Alzheimer’s disease in Florian Zeller’s The Father. The play ...

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American Psycho's Alice Ripley & Jennifer Damiano on Fervent Fans, Adoring Benjamin Walker & Their Incredible Bond

American Psycho's Alice Ripley & Jennifer Damiano on Fervent Fans, Adoring Benjamin Walker & Their Incredible Bond

Among the many reasons to love American Psycho is the show’s inspired casting of Alice Ripley and Jennifer Damiano in featured roles. The actresses forged a deep bond during multiple acclaimed runs as mother and daughter in Next to Normal, and now they’re sharing the stage as serial killer Patrick Bateman’s haughty mom and devoted young assistant. Their characters interact ...

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