How One Man Turned His Love For Theater Into A Grammy-Winning Company

Originally published on View this story online “It’s almost like I had a crystal ball,” Van Dean reflected. “If you look at a lot of the things I’ve done over the past 20 years, a lot of the courses … Continue reading

Lesli Margherita Slays in the Raunchy Grinch Spin-Off Who’s Holiday!

Originally published in the Village Voice View this story online In Matthew Lombardo’s one-woman show Who’s Holiday! (directed by Carl Andress), Cindy Lou Who is all grown up — and she isn’t quite the adorable child you remember from Dr. Seuss’s classic How the … Continue reading

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Paula Is Serving Up Sweet Revenge and Cathartic Rage

Originally published on Vanity Fair Hollywood View this story online Star Donna Lynne Champlin talks Paula’s groundbreaking past—especially that abortion arc—and what’s coming next in Season 3. When Donna Lynne Champlin sat down for lunch with the writers of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend prior to filming … Continue reading

Gideon Glick on Playing Jordan in Significant Other

Originally published on Paste Magazine View this story online Gideon Glick has grown up onstage-as a former teenager and now millennial would say-literally. The actor made his Broadway debut at the age of 18 in the original company of Spring … Continue reading

Theater: In Linda, She Has It All, But How Can She Keep It?

Originally published on The Culture Trip View this story online  The play opens with 55-year-old Linda declaring to an unseen group of other middle-aged women, “We know you’re out there! We see you! You exist!” This proclamation is a fitting opening … Continue reading

Split star Betty Buckley on the M. Night Shyamalan film’s controversy and ending

Originally published on View this story online Betty Buckley has come a long way since she saw her first scary movie. On a family outing to see The War of the Worlds in 1953, the five-year-old child had to leave the movie … Continue reading

Josh Groban: how the pop sensation became Broadway’s leading man

Originally published on The Guardian View this story online ast year might have been an annus horribilis for most, but for Josh Groban, 2016 couldn’t have gone much better. The multiplatinum-selling singer-songwriter, who shot to fame as a teenager, made … Continue reading

Aaron Tveit, Hamilton Stars and Wicked Creator Imagine Election 2016: The Musical

On the eve of the 2016 election, Broadway’s brightest gathered at the Dramatists Guild Fund Gala at Gotham Hall in New York, NY for Great Writers Thank Their Lucky Stars: The Presidential Edition. The evening honored patrons of the arts … Continue reading

Watch Carey Purcell’s Interview on Good Morning America

Following the publication of the article “Being a Bridesmaid is Driving Me Into Bankruptcy,” I was invited to discuss the article on Good Morning America. Watch the video below. ABC US News | ABC Sports News

Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Brothers Booth Explores Ghosts of the Past in Historic Players Club

Originally published on View this story online “I’m a ghosthunter,” Cynthia von Buhler said while ducking around a corner to peer inside a dark room. Walking through the Players Club with Buhler, who created the immersive theatre production Speakeasy … Continue reading