Renée Fleming, Anna Chlumsky, and Jerry O'Connell Are Living on Love on Broadway

Hear from the stars of Joe DiPietro's new comedy about an opera singer, her maestro husband, and the two civilians they hire to write their memoirs.

What do you get when you put together a world-renowned opera diva, two genius comic actors, and an old-fashioned Broadway ham? Living on Love, Joe DiPietro's new screwball comedy starring legendary soprano Renée Fleming, with Broadway veterans Anna Chlumsky, Jerry O'Connell, and Douglas Sills, directed by multiple Tony winner Kathleen Marshall. After an acclaimed run at Williamstown Theatre Festival, the play is about to open on Broadway. TheaterMania spoke with the stars to get the inside scoop on egos, memoirs, and corned beef sandwiches.

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