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Theatre: Broadway and Beyond
When it comes to the best acting advice he ever received, Patrick Stewart admits that it took him decades to fully understand it.
Darren Criss reveals that it was actually an eight-year journey for him to appear in American Buffalo and why he is looking forward to returning to Broadway
Rafe Spall spoke about the pride he has for acting on the stage and the early influence his father, actor Timothy Spall, had on his career.
Mary-Louise Parker also points out that while she may not always feel like greeting fans at the stage door, she feels that she owes it to the audience
‘Hadestown’ Star Patrick Page reveals what he finds liberating as an actor and what he enjoys about teaching acting.
Jeremy Pope reveals his stage origins and explains what it was like performing in one Broadway show while rehearsing for another.
Alex Brightman talks about Beetlejuice’s distinctive voice as well as the challenge of developing a character familiar to audiences.
The Prom, a musical about four has-been Broadway actors who visit a conservative town in an attempt to drum up positive publicity for their careers.
Laurie Metcalf explains why she prefers acting on the stage to acting on TV or film.
When asked for her best audition advice, Laura Benanti points out that the individuals conducting the audition want you to succeed.
Andrew Polk talks about his audition for Broadway’s ‘The Band’s Visit’, making his Broadway debut, his TV work and more!
Tina Fey talks about the casting process for the Broadway musical, Mean Girls, and what she looked for in the Tony and Drama Desk nominated cast.
Jeremy Jordan goes into detail about getting into character, his return to Broadway and how his portrayal changed since rehearsals.
What did her Broadway debut mean to Melissa Benoist? And how does playing Carole King influence her performance as Supergirl, Kara Zor.
“I have trepidation of doing anything, acting wise. I have a healthy dose of anxiety.” – Andrew Garfield
“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