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Paul Alexander Nolan Talks Steve Martin’s ‘Bright Star’ and How to Have a Normal Life While Working on Broadway
“It takes time to get stuff in your blood and to a place where you feel like you’re not just in a room surviving and trying to remember lines” – Paul Alexander Nolan on auditioning
Daddy Long Legs! The Off-Broadway musical hit will be the first ever show to stream live and viewers can catch it on BroadwayHD!
Eddie Yaroch Talks Moxie’s ‘The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence’ and His 2014 Craig Noel Award
Eddie talks about ‘Watson Intelligence’, winning the Craig Noel award, San Diego theatre and more!
Sonneberg and Rodriguez give the scoop about the show, rehearsing, acting in San Diego and more
Interview: Kate Reinders Talks an Awkward Audition, Leaving College to Move to NYC and Broadway’s ‘Something Rotten’
Kate Reinders is so funny and charming, I could have talked to her all day.…
One common thread that has run through every show I’ve seen at Moxie Theatre is their excellent casting. With their latest play, Alice Childress’ Trouble in Mind, that through line continues with a pair of powerhouse performances by Monique Gaffney and Ruff Yeager.
Broadway’s ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ Sees Significant Drop-Off in Box Office After Neil Patrick Harris’ Departure
Neil Patrick Harris can officially consider himself one of Broadway’s biggest draws after finishing his…
Jon on ‘Archer’: “I just kind of played him as a very hyper-aggressive version of me”
Scott McMahon tells us about his day on the set of ‘Grimm’!
The 2012-2013 Broadway Season Nearly Equaled 2011-2012’s Record-Setting Gross, But Ticket Prices Continue to Rise
Every year The Broadway League releases figures regarding the demographics of Broadway attendance, and though…
The cast of Pippin, including Patina Miller,
Andrea Martin and Terrence Mann, performed “Corner of the Sky” and “Magic to Do” on ABC’s Good Morning, America, last week.
Alec Baldwin Blames ‘Orphans’ Closing on ‘Tabloid Journalism’ and a Scathing New York Times Review… But is That Fair?
It was certainly an unexpected announcement that Orphans, starring Alec Baldwin, would be closing on Broadway on May 19, several weeks before its originally scheduled closing on June 30.
Jennifer Lawrence, Best Actress winner for Silver Linings Playbook
Lots of pretty solid news for Broadway in the Broadway League’s annual “Demographics of Broadway” report for the 2011-2012 season.
There’s tons and tons of auditions going on that you can be sending stuff on, on your own
American Horror Story and Mad Men both received 17 nominations, Downton Abbey and Hatfields & Mccoys got 16 and the HBO movie Hemingway & Gellhorn was given 15
These days every actor thinks he can put himself on tape for an audition and upload it online. It’s simple, right?
Tony-award winning actor Dick Latessa is currently starring opposite Linda Lavin on Broadway in Nicky Silver’s The Lyons where he plays the family’s dying patriarch.
Let’s get it out of the way — if the title Flaccid Penis Seeks Vaginal Dryness offends you the rest of the play probably will too although, as the play itself points out, it isn’t any racier than what a Google search with a poor choice of words will produce.