Not many actors can still claim to have a career after starring in two failed…
Krysta Rodriguez: “A very strong theme in my life has been ‘Setback First, Success Second.’ I usually don’t get in the first time”
Krysta Rodriguez might have gotten famous more recently because of her role on Smash, but…
In the end, Smash is, at best, an imperfect television series. It took an interesting industry — the behind-the-scenes creation of Broadway productions — and incredibly talented singers, like Megan Hilty, yet somehow failed to make it interesting to general audiences or even Broadway diehards.
Megan Hilty: “My voice teacher was very upset with me when she learned I was going to major in musical theater”
It’s an interesting question because much of the cast and crew behind the inconsistent first season — including creator Theresa Rebeck — have not returned for the show’s second season.
Katharine McPhee remembers all too well her audition for the NBC backstage drama Smash.
Actress Megan Hilty, who plays Ivy Lynn, is keeping on the positive side in light of the wave of changes that has taken over Smash’s second season now that actors Raza Jaffrey, Will Chase, and Brian d’Arcy James have all departed their posts.
It’s ironic that one of the most experienced Broadway musical actors on the NBC television series Smash, Brian D’Arcy James, plays one of the characters who isn’t involved in the Broadway business.
It was just reported that 2 series-regulars and 2 recurring actors were axed from NBC’s Smash.
Christian Borle on the ‘Smash’ Season Finale, What to Expect in Season 2 and ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’
Christian Borle, who plays Tom on ‘Smash’, talks about next season and what might be in store for the show.
Christian Borle on his ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ and ‘Smash’ Roles and Concerns About Overexposure
Christian Borle, who stars as the pirate who one day will be Captain Hook in the Peter Pan origin musical Peter and the Starcatcher, says that a lot of his character is swiped from some of the best known villains in history.
Raza Jaffrey talks ‘Smash’: “I did Bombay Dreams on stage in London, a year’s worth of auditions and workshops for that, there’s an awful lot of similarities”
Jaffrey, who plays Katherine McPhee’s very likeable on screen boyfriend, Dev Sundaram, has plenty of experience when it comes to both Broadway and his latest role in the TV series that follows the glam, glitz, and the downfalls of working in theater.
Katharine McPhee Talks ‘Smash’: “In this part I get to live the best of both worlds. I get to play a character who wants to live on stage”
McPhee is starring in a breakout role in NBC’s Smash, set to premiere tonight.