All His Daughters: Arthur Miller’s Strong, Truth-Telling Women

Originally published on AmericanTheatre.org View this story online When Linda Loman said, “Attention must be paid,” at the end of Death of a Salesman, she was asserting that her husband should receive the recognition he deserved. But the same demand could be made … Continue reading


Hamilton Star Javier Muñoz’s Secret Cancer Battle: ‘I Had Never Been More Scared in My Life’

Originally published on PEOPLE.com View this story online Hamilton star Javier Muñoz has spoken for the first time about his battle with cancer – admitting: “I had never been more scared in my life.” Muñoz, 40, who is the alternate … Continue reading


Patina Miller: Fashion Superhero

Originally published on Broadway Style Guide View this story online Versatility has been a defining aspect of Patina Miller’s career—both onstage and on the red carpet. The Tony winner was a Broadway household name before she was cast in the … Continue reading


Beth Malone: Do Clothes Make the Woman?

Originally published on Broadway Style Guide View this story online “If I could dress myself in the perfect outfit, it would be like a pirate.” Beth Malone is being completely serious. After walking countless red carpets during the hectic theater … Continue reading


“Bart Calls Us ‘The Coven'” — Over Drinks, Fiddler‘s Three Daughters Talk Revolutionizing Tradition

Originally published on Playbill.com View this story online “I am a feminist,” director Bartlett Sher says, leaning into this reporter’s microphone for emphasis. After seeing the Tony Award winner’s recent production—including revivals of  South Pacific and The King and I, … Continue reading


“I Was Fed Up” — The 180-Degree Decision to Stage Shakespeare With Only Women

Originally published on Playbill.com View this story online If New York theatregoers can’t snag a ticket to see the Donmar Warehouse production of Henry IV at St. Ann’s Warehouse, they needn’t despair: The cast members will most likely be easy … Continue reading


“You Are Actually in Charge” — Lauren Pritchard On Graduating from Actor to Creator With Her Off-Broadway Songbird

Originally published on Playbill.com View this story online “The Spice Girls are my coping mechanism,” Lauren Pritchard said matter-of-factly. This admission might come as a surprise to those who know Pritchard from her songwriting career as Lolo, a singer-songwriter of … Continue reading


Get to Know the Crawfords! Sisters, Co-Stars and Each Other’s Biggest Fans

Originally published on Playbill.com View this story online There’s no question who Savvy Crawford’s biggest fan is. The nine-year-old actress, who plays the young incarnation of the title character in the new musical Amélie, has performed for one audience member … Continue reading


Christopher Jackson On the “Incredible Moments” He’s Shared With Lin-Manuel Miranda — Musicals, Marriage and Children

Originally published on Playbill.com View this story online The phrase “right hand man,” from the song of the same name that introduces General George Washington to the stage in the hit musical Hamilton, could easily be utilized offstage to describe … Continue reading


“I Feel Her In My Bones,” Says Tori Amos of Writing a New Rebellious Heroine in a Violently Contemporary World

Originally published on Playbill.com View this story online “The idea of writing a G-rated piece…I’m not sure if I’m the woman for the job!” laughed Tori Amos. Few would disagree with Amos’ statement. The singer-songwriter and composer, who has received … Continue reading