Ron Bohmer also chats about the strangest thing that’s ever happened to him on stage and how how he manages to keep his role fresh every performance.
With a book, lyrics, and music by South Park’s Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Frozen’s Robert Lopez, it’s one of the most offensive and funniest shows you’ll ever see.
Andrew Rannells Follows in Neil Patrick Harris’ Footsteps to Broadway in ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’
Neil Patrick Harris just finished his Tony Award-winning run in Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway. Girls star Andrew Rannells stepped into the role on Aug. 20 after doing the show 12 years ago in Texas. He talked about what it was like to return to a role he played
There are three types of people: those who’ve never seen The Book of Mormon but really want to; those who’ve seen it; and those who’ve seen it and want to see it again. Actually, there are four: those who never want to see it because it might be too offensive.
‘Les Mis’ Star Nikki M. James on Theater Casting: “Theater is one of the places where we can do non-traditional casting”
Nikki M. James recently left the Broadway company of The Book of Mormon to tackle an iconic role of Éponine in the revival of Les Misérables. The Tony winner made sure to make the role her own since so many other incredible performers have played the part. She told the
Andrew Rannells has had an incredible rise to the top after his successful Broadway run in The Book of Mormon. After starring in last season’s The New Normal on NBC, he found himself back on HBO’s Girls as the quick-witted Elijah. He talked about his return to the Lena Dunham-helmed
Samantha Marie Ware, from LA’s ‘Book of Mormon’ Tour, Credits Matt Stone with Helping Her Find Her “Inner Innocence”
Samantha Marie Ware is earning rave reviews for her role as Nabulungi in the touring company of the hit musical Book of Mormon, now playing in Los Angeles.
Andrew Rannells recently appeared on HBO’s hit show Girls as formerly-closeted ex-boyfriend, Elijah and in an interview with Vulture, Rannells touched on some of the racial controversy surrounding the show.
The Book of Mormon’s Josh Gad and Andrew Rannells went to Rolling Stone’s offices in New York to, well, F around basically.
On last night’s season premiere of 60 Minutes, correspondent Steve Kroft profiled Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the four-time Emmy Award winning creators of South Park and the Tony Award-winning co-authors of The Book of Mormon.
Can’t Get ‘Book of Mormon’ Tickets? Trey Parker & Matt Stone Say You Can Now Start Waiting For The Movie
Trey Parker and Matt Stone have confirmed that they intend to make a film version of their smash hit Broadway musical.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone went from being cable TV’s darlings to Broadway superstars after The Book of Mormon swept this year’s Tony Awards and has been sold out for every performance through the end of this year.
The Book of Mormon cost $9.1 million — far cheaper than effect-laden shows like Shrek and Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark — and has already recouped thirty percent of its cost for it’s investors and will pay off the investments completely by October.
Fans will be transported into the world of “South Park” as they walk into the 15,000 square foot Ultimate Fan Experience located at 450 2nd Avenue (at 1st Avenue & J Street), just outside of the San Diego Convention Center. The “South Park” Year of the Fan Experience,”
These are some of my favorite moments from the show; including musical numbers, acceptance speeches and backstage interviews. And be sure to watch what the Best Actor in a Musical, Norbert Leo Butz, did at last night’s performance of Catch Me If You Can!
“I think physical comedy is an amazing asset because it tells a story that’s more universal than just language and dialogue. I grew up watching Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. They’re very powerful figures in my life.”
James desire to snag the trophy from the icon is fierce, “She has two, she can share the wealth,” laughs the actress.
“We obviously were optimistic, but you never know how these things are going to play out, so I think we were all cautiously optimistic, but this is fantastic,” said an excited Rannells.
During rehearsals for his Broadway play “The Book of Mormon”, Andrew Rannells decided to go “method” and pay a visit to the Latter-day Saints New York visitors’ center and meet some real-life missionaries.