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’s Audrey Esparza Proves Her Deep Theatre Roots
By Ruthie Fierberg | 01/11/2018
Before she was FBI agent Tasha Zapata, Esparza honed her skills at places like New York’s Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, INTAR, and more.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
’s Trista Dollison Remembers Her First Rehearsal as Violet
By Ruthie Fierberg | 01/02/2018
The Broadway star takes us behind the scenes to her first time singing “Queen of Pop,” her first performance as Violet, and more.
Billy Porter and Stark Sands Interview Each Other About Returning to the Tony-Winning Musical
By Playbill Staff | 12/10/2017
More than two years after leaving Broadway’s smash, the original stars talk about what’s fresh this time around.
’s Kristen Bell Tells Us What to Expect From
By Ruthie Fierberg | 12/08/2017
Watch Bell host now-grown musical theatre kids recreating their high school production of
Into the Woods
on the December 10 premiere.
How To Create a Hit Cabaret
By Ruthie Fierberg | 12/04/2017
Joe’s Pub’s Tori Scott shares her advice to stage the perfect set.
Theatre Firsts: Star of New York City Ballet’s
Tiler Peck Shares Her First Moment As the Sugar Plum Fairy
By Ruthie Fierberg | 11/28/2017
Having danced Balanchine, Robbins, Stroman, Wheeldon, and more, the award-winning principal dancer reveals the first time she felt like a true ballerina.
How NT Live Delivered a
Unlike Any Other We’ve Seen Before
By Adam Hetrick | 11/17/2017
Restored scenes from the 1971 original, a dazzlingly abstract set, and a dramatic new concept for the ghosts make for a powerful cinematic debut.
Why This Jewish-American Playwright and Muslim-Kenyan Director Aren’t Afraid of Controversy
By Ruthie Fierberg | 11/14/2017
The team behind the memorable
create a new play about Israel and the Jewish diaspora.
’s Ito Aghayere Shares the First Time She Realized a Black Actor Could Do Anything
By Ruthie Fierberg | 11/02/2017
The star reveals the first show that changed her and the line on her resume (hint: it relates to President Obama) that sets her apart from her peers.
How John Leguizamo Turned Heartbreak Into Broadway
By Adam Hetrick | 10/19/2017
The multi-hyphenate artist recalls his own theatrical history up through the emotional experience behind
Latin History for Morons—
now on Broadway.
Andy Mientus and Van Hughes on Blurring the Lines With Their Synthpop Musical
Burn All Night
By Playbill Staff | 08/15/2017
Mientus collaborated with the Brooklyn-based Teen Commandments on the new musical, starting this week at the American Repertory Theater.
Extended Q&A: Harold Prince on His Musicals That Made History and What Comes Next After
Prince of Broadway
By Adam Hetrick | 08/02/2017
In this deep dive interview, the Broadway director-producer looks back at the musicals that defined his career—the high and the lows—and his passion for new work.
How Disney Is Transforming
Into an All-New Musical for Broadway
By Adam Hetrick | 07/15/2017
The inside story of how Disney will bring the highest-grossing animated film in history to Broadway.
’s Molly Bernard Proves Her Theatre Cred
By Ruthie Fierberg | 06/28/2017
She’s the wild and ferociously loyal friend we all wish we had on TVLand’s hit show, but before working alongside Sutton Foster on TV, Bernard earned her stripes onstage.
Star Jenn Lyon Proves Her Theatre Cred
By Ruthie Fierberg | 06/24/2017
Did you know the star of TNT’s new summer series, opposite Carrie Preston and Niecy Nash,
was part of the Tony-winning
Coast of Utopia
Michael Feinstein Is Still Wowing Audiences Around the World
By Ruthie Fierberg | 06/15/2017
The foremost interpreter of the Great American Songbook dives into his historic career and why he had to be a part of Playbill’s
Broadway on the Danube River.
’s Keke Palmer Return to Broadway?
By Ruthie Fierberg | 06/14/2017
Broadway’s first Cinderella of color shares how musical theatre influenced her latest pop music video and what would bring her back to the stage.
Brendon Urie Proves His Theatre Cred Before Taking the Stage in Broadway’s
By Joe Gambino | 05/26/2017
While this may be his theatrical debut, The Panic! at the Disco frontman is a true musical theatre kid.
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