New York City’s The Seeing Place has constantly demonstrated that what it offers is versatility in its productions, but the only thing that never changes is the quality of the performance and the value of the ticket prices.
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True fans of the original will no doubt enjoy finding what has happened to their beloved characters but casual fans may be a bit disappointed.
“I was on the stilts puppeteering this muscle suit every day” – Dan Stevens
“I’ve been in the shoes of fighting all the no’s and waiting to get the yes and once you get the yes, pressing forward and doing what you can with your opportunity that you got.” – Serayah
San Diego once again has a La Cage aux Folles to attend, the cagelles to…
Interview: Josh Gad Talks ‘The Comedians’, His “First Love” Theatre and Playing a Fictionalized Version of Himself
“I cut my teeth doing theatre. I went to Conservatory at Carnegie Mellon for four years. I trained to be an actor first and foremost, theatre will always be my first love” – Josh Gad
Love & Mercy presents an unconventional portrait of Brian Wilson, the mercurial singer, songwriter and leader of The Beach Boys.
Interview: Montego Glover on Her Worst Audition, Performing for the President and Broadway’s ‘It Should Been You’
I interviewed Montego Glover back in 2010, a couple months after the hit show Memphis…
Danny Collins: Inspired by a true story, Al Pacino stars as aging 1970s rocker Danny…
Brooke on getting a new season: “We don’t take it for granted. I think everyone is working 110% this season”
Interview: American Idiot’s Trent Saunders Talks Life on the Road, St. Jimmy and Belting Out Green Day Songs
Trent also talks about how he got the part and audience craziness
Katharine McPhee remembers all too well her audition for the NBC backstage drama Smash.
Allegiance is gearing up for its premiere at San Diego’s The Old Globe and ahead of the opening, the production has released a song from the upcoming Broadway-bound musical.
Chaplin, the new musical about the life and times of Charlie Chaplin, begins previews this Tuesday (August 21st) and at a recent rehearsal, the show opened their doors to press to check out some of the numbers.
With so much indie theater in New York City it’s impossible for me to make it to every production I’m invited to review. So before I even get into my review of The Seeing Place’s double-bill of Harold Pinter’s The Lover and John Patrick Shanley’s Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, I feel obligated to point out that this is the third Seeing Place production that I’ve been invited to review this season and perhaps the biggest compliment I can pay them is that I make sure I have been there every time.
‘Once’ Star Cristin Milioti Talks About Her Tony Nominated Role: “I only know chords. They gave me ten days to learn two songs on the piano, and I did”
One of the most startling achievements of Once is that its female lead, Cristin Milioti, has been nominated for the Tony for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical… and it’s her first musical she has ever appeared in!
Mark Ruffalo tells ‘Details’ he almost quit acting: “I’d had it with L.A. I got depressed. I was losing my love for it. So I said, ‘I’m done.’”
“I’d had it with L.A., and I really had it with the business side of acting, the machinery of it all.”
Here’s the the De-Lovely Sutton Foster and the cast of Anything Goes performing the title…
Talent + Education + Drive + Perseverance = Montego Glover, the star of the hit Broadway musical, Memphis!
Bloom spoke about why she sees her Crazy Ex-Girlfriend character as a “bubbly Walter White” and how a vulgar song about Ray Bradbury launched her career.