Ann Morrison Makes a Hat With Sondheim and Bernstein at 54 Below
In 1982, Ann Morrison won a Theatre World Award for her performance as the cynical Mary Flynn in the now-legendary original Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's Merril
Broadway's Changing Face: Is It Destined to Look More Like Michael Jackson Than Ethel Merman?
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 29, 2013 · New York City
The cast of Let It Be on Broadway. Jack Viertel spends a lot of time thinking about Broadway — specifically what makes a show successful. Is it the ...
Liz and Ann Hampton Callaway: Taking Their Sibling Revlery to 54 Below
Before the days of the Fosters and the Keenan-Bolgers, the Callaway sisters reigned as Broadway's favorite siblings. Separately, Liz Callaway is a Tony-nominated singer and actress while Ann ...
Ashley Brown Puts on Her Sunday Clothes This Summer With Dolly
Ashley Brown burst onto the Broadway scene in 2005, making her New York stage debut as Belle in Disney's Beauty and the Beast. She followed that up with the high-flying title role in
Sierra Boggess on Disappointments, Awakenings, and Just Goin' With the Flow at 54 Below
Even with her long list of recent successes on Broadway (The Little Mermaid, Master Class, The Phantom of the Opera) and the West End (Love Never Dies, Les Misérables), ...
All-Girl Theater Company Cofounder Katie Cappiello on Giving Teen Girls a Voice and a Stage in Slut at FringeNYC
"We feel like theater is a powerful platform for kids to be heard," said Katie Cappiello, cofounder of the All-Girl Theater Company, along with Meg McInerney, a fellow NYU Tisch graduate. With ...
Legendary Simpsons Scribe Mike Reiss on Rubble, FringeNYC, and the Upcoming Simpsons/Family Guy Crossover
Mike Reiss as a character from The Simpsons(Photo via RubblethePlay.com) You might not recognize his name at first, but Mike Reiss is a legitimate legend of comedy writing. For ...
Peter Scolari Goes From Lucky to Funny in Bay Street Theatre's Forum
Peter Scolari on opening night of Lucky Guy(© David Gordon) A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is a comedy that has something for everyone, but especially ...
Atheism, 9/11 Conspiracy Theories, and Sheeple with Mara Wilson and Max Reuben
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 7, 2013 · New York City
Mara Wilson and Max Reuben sat in the Saint's Alp Teahouse on Third Avenue, just a couple blocks away from the rehearsal studios where they used to spend hours rolling around the floor, ...
Paulo Szot Brings Golden Age Standards, Secret Guests, and the Sounds of Brazil to 54 Below
Paulo Szot — best known for his Tony Award-winning Broadway debut in the 2008 revival of South Pacific — is a man of many voices. While a thick Brazilian accent blends with his ...
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