"The subject matter didn’t frighten me as much as doing a one-woman show. I spend my whole career trying to forget I am being watched" - Carey Mulligan
"As soon as this is over I will be on the hunt for the next play," Evans said.
"I always said I studied to try to develop an acting muscle. The key I always thought to my career would be diversity." - Wendell Pierce
"I wanted to challenge myself again. I wanted the rigor of having to be word perfect, of not being able to pull the panic button and say 'Cut!'" - Gillian Jacobs
"You have to do your best to fulfill the role, not fulfill yourself" - Bernadette Peters
Can you even imagine stepping into a role in one of the biggest Broadway hits of all time with barely any time to prepare?
Jones revealed the various anxieties she had about her career and how she learned that it was important to be herself.
"We always try to find the recognizable thread. The thing that we relate to is always the strongest point to start from." - Rachel Bay Jones
Linney cast's some light on why revivals in theater are looked at differently than their television and film counterparts.
"The fun of it and the challenge of it is to take the play — to take the text — and make it your own, to find it your own way" - Corey Hawkins on Theater
Field reveals how the lack of intermission helps her maintain her energy and why she decided to return to Broadway after a nearly 15-year break.
"Every day is a different sort of vibe and feeling. It can be impacted by anything from like, "Is it raining outside?" to "Are there a lot of old people?"" - Ben Platt
"I remember thinking, ‘I want to go to Juilliard, I want that structure and I want that rigor and that classical foundation.’" - Corey Hawkins
DeVito reveals his onstage egg-eating technique and talks about performing for a Broadway audience.
"I get to the theater two hours early and run the play in my head, because it’s a lot of words and it takes me there." - Bobby Cannavale
From screen stars to stage favorites, a number of great talents and recognizable faces will grace the Broadway stage this Spring.
In the current Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's The Price, Mark Ruffalo returns to Broadway for the first time in over a decade (he last appeared in 2006's Awake and Sing!)
Landing the role in The Glass Menagerie has been a highly coveted goal for Sally Field.
"A lot of people say, ‘What’s more important: acting, singing or dancing?’ And I say, always acting." - Sutton Foster
"I’m always a little bit nervous but those nerves help inform characters sometimes." - Michael Park on Auditioning