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James Lapine on Making Six by Sondheim, His Hollywood Dreams for Sunday in the Park and Getting Sondheim to Actually Sing on Screen

James Lapine on Making Six by Sondheim, His Hollywood Dreams for Sunday in the Park and Getting Sondheim to Actually Sing on Screen

As collaborator on his last three original Broadway musicals, James Lapine has been granted the rare opportunity to get to know one of the greatest musical theater writers of our time, Stephen Sondheim. Now, with the new HBO documentary he directed and co-produced, Six by Sondheim, Lapine is giving Broadway fans an inside look at his friend Steve. Expanding ...

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What's Up, Matthew Morrison? The Glee Star on His Classic Christmas EP & Why He’s ‘Dying to Get Back On Stage’

What's Up, Matthew Morrison? The Glee Star on His Classic Christmas EP & Why He’s ‘Dying to Get Back On Stage’

If you love holiday music, get set for the biggest treat of the year: Classic Christmas, a six-track EP from Tony-nominated Glee star Matthew Morrison, is set for release on November 19. Backed by the 60-piece orchestra that accompanied his recent album of standards, Where It All Began, Classic Christmas features gorgeous, jazzy arrangements that make you want to “hang ...

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What’s Up, Skylar Astin? The Ground Floor Star on His Shirtless Billboard, Spring Awakening Pals & Pitch Perfect Romance

What’s Up, Skylar Astin? The Ground Floor Star on His Shirtless Billboard, Spring Awakening Pals & Pitch Perfect Romance

Skylar Astin has come a long way since rocking a double topknot as Georg in the original cast of Spring Awakening. After his charming breakthrough film performance in Pitch Perfect, Astin was tapped for the lead role of hotshot banker Brody Moyer in the TBS sitcom Ground Floor, which debuts on November 14. The down-to-earth young star chatted with Broadway ...

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What's Up, Emily Skinner? The Broadway, Her Way Star on the New Side Show & Playing a Stephen King Heroine

What's Up, Emily Skinner? The Broadway, Her Way Star on the New Side Show & Playing a Stephen King Heroine

Emily Skinner made Broadway history in 1998 when she and Alice Ripley became the first actresses to share a single Best Actress Tony nomination for their roles as conjoined twins Daisy and Violet Hilton in the musical Side Show. Skinner went on thrill New York audiences in The Full Monty, Billy Elliot, Fiorello and James Joyce’s The Dead. On November ...

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What's Up, Condola Rashad? The Romeo and Juliet Star on Her Band's Brand New Rocking Single 'Save'

What's Up, Condola Rashad? The Romeo and Juliet Star on Her Band's Brand New Rocking Single 'Save'

To say that two-time Tony nominee Condola Rashad has been having quite a year would be a big understatement. The gifted actress and musician scored her second Tony nomination for her understated and nuanced performance as Thelma in the The Trip to Bountiful, took on the iconic and devastating role of Juliet Capulet in David Leveaux's contemporary Broadway revival of ...

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What’s Up, Kelli O’Hara? The Bridges of Madison County Star on Her New Show, New Baby & New Role With the New York Pops

What’s Up, Kelli O’Hara? The Bridges of Madison County Star on Her New Show, New Baby & New Role With the New York Pops

Only Kelli O’Hara could calmly give an interview about her forthcoming return to Broadway in The Bridges of Madison County and her volunteer work with the New York Pops while holding her five-week-old daughter, Charlotte, and greeting her four-year-old son, Owen. But we shouldn’t be surprised: This is the same musical star who played Nellie Forbush in South Pacific for ...

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What’s Up, Joanna Gleason? The Tony Winner on Into the Woods Memories & Her Cabaret Debut at 54 Below

What’s Up, Joanna Gleason? The Tony Winner on Into the Woods Memories & Her Cabaret Debut at 54 Below

Joanna Gleason has spent past few years “telling stories I want to tell,” including an acclaimed dramatic performance in Sons of the Prophet and writing a novel and screenplay, plus intense instruction in the tango. Now, the Tony-winning star of Into the Woods and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is getting set to make her cabaret debut in a three-night engagement ...

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What’s Up, Constantine Maroulis? The Tony Nominee on Going Back to the Eighties and the Role He Would Cut His Hair to Play

What’s Up, Constantine Maroulis? The Tony Nominee on Going Back to the Eighties and the Role He Would Cut His Hair to Play

The 1980s have been very good to Constantine Maroulis: After making his Broadway debut in The Wedding Singer, the American Idol finalist received a 2009 Tony nomination (and Broadway.com Star of the Year honors!) for his performance as Drew in Rock of Ages. Now he’s getting back in touch with his inner headbanger in a six-week engagement headlining Back ...

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What's Up, Brian d’Arcy James? The Broadway Favorite on Developing Finding Neverland and Singing Pop Hits at 54 Below

What's Up, Brian d’Arcy James? The Broadway Favorite on Developing Finding Neverland and Singing Pop Hits at 54 Below

Over the past 20 years, Brian d’Arcy James has kept Broadway audiences on their toes with diverse roles in dramas (Time Stands Still, The Lieutenant of Inishmore), musicals (Shrek, Next to Normal, Titanic) and now Shakespeare (Macbeth). But before he takes the stage at Lincoln Center Theater as Banquo alongside Ethan Hawke, d'Arcy James is heading back underground at 54 ...

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What's Up, Susan Pourfar? The Women or Nothing Star on Returning to Scandal & How Ethan Coen Is Like Shakespeare

What's Up, Susan Pourfar? The Women or Nothing Star on Returning to Scandal & How Ethan Coen Is Like Shakespeare

From transformative roles in off-Broadway dramas Tribes and In the Wake to a shocking TV stint on the addictive ABC series Scandal, Susan Pourfar proves time again why she was the recipient of the 2012 Clarence Derwent Award for most promising female performer on the New York scene. Now, Pourfar is taking the stage in Oscar winner Ethan Coen’s first ...

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What's Up, Jackee Harry? The NEWSical the Musical Star on Returning to New York & Her Dream Broadway Role

What's Up, Jackee Harry? The NEWSical the Musical Star on Returning to New York & Her Dream Broadway Role

Emmy winner Jackee Harry is keeping very busy. The 227 and Sister, Sister star is juggling two new sitcoms (Girl Meets World and The First Family), directing duties on the show Mr. Box Office and a limited engagement in the off-Broadway revue NEWSical the Musical. Before she found fame on the small screen, Harry was a regular on the New ...

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What's Up, John Gallagher Jr.? The Newsroom Star on Returning to Broadway & His New Film Short Term 12

What's Up, John Gallagher Jr.? The Newsroom Star on Returning to Broadway & His New Film Short Term 12

John Gallagher Jr. is one of the theater’s most versatile young talents, equally at home in dramas (Rabbit Hole, Jerusalem) and musicals (Spring AwakeningAmerican Idiot). The Tony winner has found fame on television as unlucky in love Jim Harper in HBO’s The Newsroom, and now he's starring opposite United States of Tara’s Brie Larson in the buzzed-about ...

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What’s Up, Lorna Luft? The Singer Chats About Her Stage Return After Breast Cancer, Dream Roles & Duets With Liza

What’s Up, Lorna Luft? The Singer Chats About Her Stage Return After Breast Cancer, Dream Roles & Duets With Liza

Given Lorna Luft’s pedigree as the daughter of Judy Garland and half sister of Liza Minnelli, it’s not surprising that the singer and actress attracts a very loyal fan base—and she is grateful for their support, particularly since she was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year. Thankfully, Luft’s treatment has successfully concluded, and she’s headed back to the stage ...

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What's Up, Nolan Gerard Funk? The Canyons Star on Sex Scenes with Lindsay Lohan, Glee & Returning to Broadway

What's Up, Nolan Gerard Funk? The Canyons Star on Sex Scenes with Lindsay Lohan, Glee & Returning to Broadway

Nolan Gerard Funk is starring opposite Lindsay Lohan and porn star James Deen in the much-buzzed-about indie drama The Canyons. Written by Bret Easton Ellis (American Psycho) and directed by Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver, American Gigolo), The Canyons focuses on a love triangle between struggling L.A. actor Ryan (Funk), wealthy Christian (Deen) and Christian's kept girlfriend Tara (Lohan). Funk ...

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What’s Up, Anson Mount? The Hell on Wheels Star on Juggling TV and Theater & His Broadway Dream Roles

What’s Up, Anson Mount? The Hell on Wheels Star on Juggling TV and Theater & His Broadway Dream Roles

If you haven’t seen AMC’s Hell on Wheels, it’s time to do a binge-watch of this post-Civil War drama in preparation for the season three premiere on August 10. Anson Mount plays Cullen Bohannon, a brooding Confederate soldier who joins a trans-Continental railroad construction crew alongside an emancipated slave played by rapper-turned-actor Common. As the scruffily sexy Cullen, Mount is ...

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What's Up, Matt Doyle? The Mormon Star on His New Superhero Musical and Spring Awakening Reunion

What's Up, Matt Doyle? The Mormon Star on His New Superhero Musical and Spring Awakening Reunion

Matt Doyle has thrilled New York audiences in some of the exciting and groundbreaking (not to mention Tony-winning) productions of the past five years, including Spring Awakening, War Horse and, currently, The Book of Mormon. Now he reunites with Spring Awakening director Michael Mayer to lead a weekend presentation of A New Musical Inspired by the Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company ...

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What’s Up, Pasek and Paul? The Songwriting Duo on Singing Their Own Stuff, Peter Pan Overload and Their Worst Idea Ever

What’s Up, Pasek and Paul? The Songwriting Duo on Singing Their Own Stuff,  Peter Pan Overload and Their Worst Idea Ever

To say that Tony nominees Benj Pasek and Justin Paul have been having quite a year would be a catastrophic understatement. The songwriting duo (who met as freshmen in the University of Michigan’s musical theater program) enjoyed their first off-Broadway production (2012’s Dogfight), their first Broadway show (A Christmas Story) and to top it all off, their first Tony nomination ...

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What's Up, Matthew Morrison? The Glee Star on Becoming a TV Dad, Real-Life Wedding Details & His 54 Below Show

What's Up, Matthew Morrison? The Glee Star on Becoming a TV Dad, Real-Life Wedding Details & His 54 Below Show

Matthew Morrison can do it all: from fun and funky musicals like Hairspray, Rocky Horror and Footloose to Lincoln Center Theater spectacles like The Light in the Piazza and South Pacific. It’s no wonder Morrison has found international fame as glee club mentor Will Schuester on Glee. Since leaving NYC, the Tony and Emmy nominee has also appeared on the ...

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What's Up, Chad Kimball? The Tony Nominee on Chasing His Memphis 'High' & Why Julian Po Isn't Your Typical Musical

What's Up, Chad Kimball? The Tony Nominee on Chasing His Memphis 'High' & Why Julian Po Isn't Your Typical Musical

Tony nominee Chad Kimball is about to star in his first musical since he departed the Tony-winning production of Memphis in 2011. Kimball takes on the title character in the stage adaptation of Julian Po at the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Andrew Barrett’s musical about a suicidal drifter whose life is changed after stumbling upon a small town is ...

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What's Up, Norbert Leo Butz? The Tony Winner On Going Girl Crazy at 54 Below and Catching Big Fish

What's Up, Norbert Leo Butz? The Tony Winner On Going Girl Crazy at 54 Below and Catching Big Fish

Two-time Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz returns to 54 Below this summer with an all new show, Girls, Girls, Girls, which draws parallels between female archetypes in mythology and popular music to examine what it means to be a woman in today’s society. We caught up with Butz to hear all about this intellectual yet rockin’ new show, and to ...

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What’s Up, Tonya Pinkins? The Tony Winner on Going Unplugged at Joe’s Pub and Her Wardrobe of Wigs

What’s Up, Tonya Pinkins? The Tony Winner on Going Unplugged at Joe’s Pub and Her Wardrobe of Wigs

Tony winner Tonya Pinkins has the distinction of a Broadway resume consisting entirely of new works, from Merrily We Roll Along and Jelly's Last Jam to The Wild PartyCaroline, or Change and Radio Gulf. More recently, Pinkins has discovered a passion for cabaret, and she will debut her latest show Tonya Pinkins Unplugged on June 3 at Joe's ...

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What’s Up, Audra McDonald? The Five-Time Tony Winner Previews Her New CD and PBS Special Go Back Home

What’s Up, Audra McDonald? The Five-Time Tony Winner Previews Her New CD and PBS Special Go Back Home

After a seven-year wait, Audra McDonald fans finally have a new solo CD to enjoy, Go Back Home (Nonesuch), and the five-time Tony winner is previewing the eclectic collection in a PBS concert set to air on May 24. (McDonald does double duty, hosting as well as headlining her concert on Live From Lincoln Center.) Broadway.com chatted with the ...

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What's Up, Max Crumm? The F#%king Up Everything Star on Stripping Down, Coming Out and Gal Pals Laura Osnes & Emma Stone

What's Up, Max Crumm? The F#%king Up Everything Star on Stripping Down, Coming Out and Gal Pals Laura Osnes & Emma Stone

Max Crumm won our hearts (and the role of Danny Zuko) in the TV reality competition You’re the One That I Want. After making his Broadway debut in Grease opposite Laura Osnes, Crumm returned to California, where he appeared in the teen comedy Easy A with his childhood pal Emma Stone. Now, the 27-year-old is back on the New York ...

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What’s Up, Edward Watts? The It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s Superman Star on Superheroes & Sexy Costumes

What’s Up, Edward Watts? The It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s Superman Star on Superheroes & Sexy Costumes

Iowa native Edward Watts spent years working off-Broadway and in regional theater, but his career is now taking off faster than a speeding bullet! After playing Robert Semple and David Hutton in Broadway’s Scandalous last fall, Watts has scored the leading role of Superman in the Encores! revival of the 1966 comic-inspired musical It’s a Bird… It’s a Plane… It’s ...

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What's Up, Mickey Sumner? The Lying Lesson Newcomer on Carol Kane, Her New Movies & Advice from Her Dad, Sting

What's Up, Mickey Sumner? The Lying Lesson Newcomer on Carol Kane, Her New Movies & Advice from Her Dad, Sting

It's been a heck of a year for Mickey Sumner, who has completed five forthcoming movies, appeared in Showtime's The Borgias and now co-stars with Carol Kane in The Lying Lesson, the latest play by Craig Lucas. This Atlantic Theater Company production is cloaked in mystery, but we do know it's a two-hander in which Kane channels Bette Davis. Sumner ...

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