“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

“Passing It On – An Evening of Mentorship to Benefit Rosie’s Theater Kids”

Rosie’s Theater Kids, an organization dedicated to educating New York City based children about the arts, held “Passing It On” on Tuesday, March 27. The evening featured performances the children learned with mentors that include Audra McDonald, BD Wong, Brandon … Continue reading

Radhika Vekaria Discusses “Stand Up,” a Song for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Economics and inspirational music may seem like an unusual combination to many. Or perhaps one would necessitate the other. But to find one person who has tackled both of these careers sounds like a challenge – unless you’ve met Radhika … Continue reading

Free Tickets Giveaway! Enter to Win Tickets to “Alan Schmuckler – I Miss the City” at Joe’s Pub!

The City Center revival of Merrily We Roll Along may have closed, but I found myself humming “Old Friend” several times throughout my conversation with Alan Schmuckler as he discussed his upcoming concert at Joe’s Pub. Schmuckler, a Chicago-based actor, … Continue reading

Molly Ryan, Lauren Elder, Sheila Coyle, Libby Servais and Melissa van der Schyff Discuss Spotlight on St. Jude

While struggling to find work as an actor, Danny Thomas vowed that if he ever found success, he would open a shrine dedicated to Saint Jude Thaddeus, the patron saint of hopeless causes. Thomas was a man of his word, … Continue reading

“8” Questions with Gavin Creel – Gay Marriage, Twitter and Working with Sutton Foster

Actor. Activist. Musician. All of these labels, and more, can be applied to Gavin Creel, one of the busiest men in the entertainment industry. Last seen on Broadway as Claude in the revival of Hair, Creel has since been writing … Continue reading

Enter to Win Half Off an Improv Comedy Workshop!

Comedian Fred Allen once said, “All I know about humor is that I don’t know anything about it.” We are offering a great opportunity for those who would like to learn. Read on to learn about a special, 50% discount … Continue reading

A Family Affair at the Theater – An Interview about “Don Pedro de la Cebolla”

Theater is a family affair for Rachael and Matthew Harrington. The director and author of Don Pedro de la Cebolla, a story about the illegitimate son of royalty sent on a heroic quest, are also father and daughter. While the … Continue reading