Cozy up with “the softest blanket in the world” and join The Phantom of the Opera’s Trista Moldovan on a tour of her Majestic Theatre dressing room. Find out why Moldovan's aunt and uncle should moonlight as fortune tellers!
The Broadway legend shares his backstage treasures.January 18, 2012
Randy Danson, who plays the villainous Madame Morrible in Wicked, invites us into her dressing room to see her “groovy lady,” royal pet portraits and a special gift from Tony-winning costume designer Susan Hilferty.March 13, 2013
The actor shows off five of his essential dressing room items.November 29, 2011
Clarke Thorell, who plays the wicked Rooster in Broadway’s Annie revival, invites us into his dressing room at the Palace Theatre to see how he keeps cool backstage and the photos that give him inspiration.March 20, 2013
It seems like Jeremy Kushnier has sticky fingers! From Andy Karl's guitar to Jesus Christ's shake weight, the Jersey Boys star shows off some of his favorite backstage items, few of which are actually his!November 7, 2012
Jesus Christ Superstar’s Chilina Kennedy keeps “everything alright” in her backstage home at the Neil Simon Theatre with a photo of lyricist Tim Rice, a card from her co-star Paul Nolan, props for playing Mary Magdalene and more!June 20, 2012
Broadway's Glinda shares her five favorite dressing room items.March 7, 2012
The star shares five of her essential backstage items.September 21, 2011
Tony winner Nikki M. James shares her essential dressing room items.October 5, 2011
After Tony-nominated performances in Company and Speed-the-Plow, Raúl Esparza is calling the Ethel Barrymore Theatre home yet again as math scholar Valentine Coverly in the Broadway revival of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia. Esparza welcomed Broadway.com to his backstage dressing room (where Marlon Brando was a former tenant!) to show off his five must-have items for a successful show. Click below for a guided tour by Esparza as he presents his impressive bar and the fancy cologne he's chosen to wear onstage.March 30, 2011
In Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, Emily Bergl may play the greedy Mae Pollitt, but offstage, she’s an art-loving, disco ball-collecting, tea-making and robe-wearing Broadway sweetheart. Check out her cozy backstage home at the Richard Rodgers Theatre!
January 9, 2013