Tony nominee Elizabeth A. Davis keeps her Once dressing room sweet and simple: with plenty of specialty shampoo, throat medicine and walls lined with photos of family and friends. Take a peek inside her cozy room!
Tony nominee Elizabeth A. Davis keeps her Once dressing room sweet and simple: with plenty of specialty shampoo, throat medicine and walls lined with photos of family and friends. Take a peek inside her cozy room!December 12, 2012
Backstage at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Peter and the Starcatcher’s Adam Chanler-Berat keeps his sense of childlike wonder alive with baby photos, a bouncy couch, his yoga mat and more! Take a peek at his backstage home.August 15, 2012
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
The star of the '80s hard-rocking musical shares his favorite dressing room items.April 21, 2011
Cribbage anyone? That’s the backstage passion of Michael Park, Mr. Bratt in the Broadway revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Step into Park’s space to find out five things he treasures most!June 2, 2011
The leading man reveals five favorite dressing room items.January 4, 2012
The actor shares his five must-have dressing room items.January 25, 2012
The actor shows off five favorite items backstage at the Shubert Theatre.February 8, 2012
The star of the Tony-winning play shares his favorite backstage items.July 19, 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
Peter and the Starcatcher’s Arnie Burton keeps his dressing room feeling “luxuriously” worthy of his onstage alter ego Mrs. Brumbrake with a cozy library, sweet treats and the company of a sleepy Captain Scott.July 5, 2012
When The Best Man's Jefferson Mays hangs out in his dressing room, he surrounds himself with honey, a scalp massager, a photo of his wife and…skulls? Broadway.com headed to the Schoenfeld Theatre to see the Tony winner's sacred space.July 11, 2012