Some Girls Dream of Being a Rockette — Spring Spectacular Star Laura Benanti Just Wanted One as a Friend
The award-winning performer talks childhood aspirations, Nashville fans, and possible robot Derek Hough.
From Julie Andrews to Larry David: The Illustrious Career of Fish in the Dark's Jerry Adler
By David Gordon
How does a veteran Broadway stage manager make the switch to becoming one of TV's most recognizable character actors at age 65? Adler explains all.
Newly Remastered The Sound of Music – 50th Anniversary Edition to Be Released on Vinyl
The release will feature unreleased material and a new introduction by Julie Andrews.
Jennifer Ashley Tepper Continues Telling the Untold Stories of Broadway
The musical-theater specialist offers a preview of the second volume in her book series.
Julie Andrews Didn't Watch Carrie Underwood in NBC's The Sound of Music
Her kids, however, recorded it.
Now and Forever. The Top 25 Longest-Running Shows on Broadway
By Seth Walters
This is a big week for Broadway history. On Wednesday, September 4, 2013, Wicked became the 11th-longest-running show on Broadway, soaring by Miss Saigon with 4,093 ...
Flashback Friday: Christina Bianco Might Have Gotten Super-Famous Singing "Total Eclipse" as Cher and Julie Andrews…
But we knew her when she was doing "Tomorrow" as Patti and Bebe.
The Hills Are Alive Takes Audiences on a Harrowing Journey Into the Alps with the Family von Trapp
Composers Eric Thomas Johnson and Frankie Johnson pick up where The Sound of Music left off.
This Vintage Video of Julie Andrews Singing "Auld Lang Syne" is Nostalgia at Its Best
Julie Andrews reminds you to "take your cup of kindness" this New Year's Eve. Cheers!
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Hamilton and An American in Paris Lead 2015 Drama Desk Award Nominations
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