2012 Tony Awards – Red Carpet

Excitement was in the air on the red carpet of the 2102 Tony Awards, where the nominees were dressed to the nines and chatted with the media about their hopes for the night. Judy Kaye, who was nominated for Best … Continue reading

2012 Tony Awards – Media Room

Hope was the theme of the night as the winners come into the Tony Awards media room after accepting their trophies at the 2012 Tony Awards. Michael McGrath, who won Best Featured Actor in a Musical, said he would tell … Continue reading

Anna Haas Talks “Crazy Is,” Birth Control and Broadway Roles

Former lovers of Anna Haas, beware. You may turn on the radio soon and hear a song that sounds a little too familiar. The 27 year old singer-songwriter from Nasvhille, Tennessee, whose album, Crazy Is, will be released later this … Continue reading

Broadway’s Future: Composer/Lyricist Steven Jamail

Award-winning composer Steven Jamail presented a collection of his works at Lincoln Center, performed by some of Broadway’s brightest, including stars from The Addams Family, Wicked, In the Heights, Sister Act, Catch Me if You Can, Les Miserables, The Book … Continue reading

2012 Tony Award Nominations – Josh Young, Norm Lewis, Jeremy Jordan, Michael Cerveris and More Talk to the Press

The 2012 Tony Award Nominations were announced on Tuesday, May 1. On Wednesday, May 2nd the nominees met with the press to discuss their reactions to being nominated. Da’Vine Joy Randolph, who was nominated for Best Featured Actress in a … Continue reading

Brendan Griffin Talks “Clybourne Park’s” Journey to Broadway

Good news for all the chatterboxes out there: there is one actor on Broadway who doesn’t mind if you’re loud in the audience. Brendan Griffin, currently making his Broadway debut in Bruce Norris’ Clybourne Park, has experienced a variety of … Continue reading

Lauren Elder Talks Broadway, Ukuleles and Getting Naked

Lauren Elder’s path to songwriting did not begin with a brilliant moment of inspiration or shattering heartbreak. Instead, her introduction to playing the ukulele and writing her own music began with nudity. When preparing to audition for the role of … Continue reading

“Nice Work If You Can Get It” – Kelli O’Hara Talks Mean Girls and “The Mikado”

I would never associate Kelli O’Hara with Mean Girls. The actress, who has been performing on Broadway since 2000, is known for her blonde hair, big smile and warm, lilting soprano. In many of her roles, she has played ingenues … Continue reading

Drew Larimore Discusses Trolls, Fairy Tales, Lea DaLaria and the Premiere of “Out of Iceland”

Drew Larimore doesn’t like fairy tales. The playwright, whose latest show, Out of Iceland, is receiving its off-Broadway premiere at Walkerspace by Alfred R. Kahn, in association with Culture Project, has never read Lord of the Rings and does not … Continue reading

Rosie’s Theater Kids Perform “Passing It On”

“The Great White Way” may seem far away to many children in New York who have walked by Broadway theaters countless times but never been inside. According to Rosie O’Donnell, it’s “like living in Hawaii and not having access to … Continue reading