“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
“Get in, do your thing, and get out like you have somewhere better to be.” – Alfred Molina’s Audition Advice
“I’ve been acting since I was twelve, and it’s thrilling to feel old bones stretch.” – Michelle Williams on ‘Blackbird’
Saoirse Ronan on Her Broadway Debut: “There’s no real respite. You’re thinking of every possible [meaning] one line could have”
“I literally have never, ever, done a professional play before.” – Saoirse Ronan
“The Good Wife was just a part that I got in college that was just supposed to be a couple of episodes and then they decided to expand the character.” – Sarah Steele
Forest Whitaker on Making His Broadway Debut in ‘Hughie’: “His rhythms are starting to invade inside of me”
“I want to get better as an actor, to keep trying to work harder, trying to discover something different” – Forest Whitaker
Raphael Schumacher was appearing in Mirages, described as an experimental six-scene immersive theatrical experience, which is staged in different parts of the theatre with the audience walking between them.
On Monday, February 22, nearly two dozen Broadway stars will use one of their few days off to preform in a very special event, Broadway Sings Billy Joel at The Highline Ballroom
Don’t Break Up the Band: A Rock of Ages Broadway Cast Reunion Concert at the Highline Ballroom (431 West 16th Street ) on January 25
“No one woke up a year ago and said, ‘We have to give Alex Brightman this job. We have to keep remembering that we chose to be here.
Annaleigh Ashford Reveals How Broadway’s ‘Sylvia’ Cast Responded to Show-Interrupting Cell Phone User
Tony Award winner Annaleigh Ashford has had to deal with a lot playing a dog…
“Before Orange is the New Black, a year out of school, I was struggling to get a theater job.” – Danielle Brooks
Laurie Metcalf on Broadway’s ‘Misery’ and Finding Those “Two or Three Drops of Vulnerability” in Playing Annie Wilkes
“It’s such a theatrical character, which makes it a great fit for the theater. I don’t know what I would have even done in an audition room” – Laurie Metcalf
“I’m always excited to see what I’m going to learn onstage with a different crowd.” – Jennifer Hudson
In the video, Sir Ian discusses – and impersonates – working with Dame Maggie in Richard III and her opinions on his taste in jewelry.
New ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ Star Tyler Lea on Taking Over from a Tony Award Winner
“I haven’t done a whole lot. This is my first huge thing. This is my first bite. I was waiting it out and then I caught a really, really big fish.” – Tyler Lea
After playing Miss Hannigan, the alcoholic orphan hater in Annie, over 1,000 times, you’d think actress Lynn Andrews would be tired of playing her. Not true, she said. “As I get older, I feel like I understand her more and more,” she told me.
Tom Hardy on Playing Twins in ‘Legend,’ Being Seen as a Tough Guy, and Working with Philip Seymour Hoffman
Hardy speaks about why he challenged himself to play twins, what he thinks of his tough guy image, and working with the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, who directed him on stage.
For one night only, you’ll get the chance to see this star under the stars at Moonlight Stage, Friday, October 2nd at 8pm!
NCIS: Los Angeles star and Broadway veteran Barrett Foa (Mamma Mia!, Avenue Q, …Spelling Bee)…