What is she doing now? Finally getting to rest, and preparing to headline her own concert.
The actor also names her favorite Diamond tune.
The new musical casts Supergirl star as rock guitarist Russell Hammond.
The Almost Famous star is bursting out of her box, and pushing herself to greater artistic heights.
This is the Potts' third time doing an August Wilson work.
The Tony-nominated mom of two boys plays mom Elaine Miller, who is based on creator Cameron Crowe's real mother, in the new Broadway musical.
Obie winner Millan says Tom Stoppard's devastating, decades-spanning drama "feels like mandatory viewing at this moment."
The stage and screen star plays a salt truck driver in the new play from Will Arbery.
The Paradise Square Tony nominee stars opposite Emmy winner Jim Parsons in the Classic Stage Company production.
Narayan, who currently stars in the all-Asian Off-Broadway production of A Delicate Balance, also recalls how he pranked Katrina Lenk in Company.
And she has stories.
The Obie Award winner plays Grace in August Wilson's play, in a new production directed by LaTanya Richardson Jackson.
How the new musical is about "female-identifying people having agency over their own bodies."
"After these two years, there is this heightened need for joy and escape, and Aladdin provides just that and more."
The Broadway favorite reflects on her Main Stem debut in Well, the joys of The Music Man, and more.
The actor stars as Anna in the North American tour of the Disney musical, now playing Pittsburgh's Benedum Center.
The actor and writer is currently playing Perón in Bucks County Playhouse's reimagined version of the Tony-winning Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice musical.
The actor, who will go it solo next month at the Green Room 42, looks back at his Broadway opening and his encounter with Bernadette Peters on Tony night.
Ross plays one of the Fates in the Tony-winning musical at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
The Wicked and Evita star plays Elsa in the North American tour of the Disney musical, now playing Cleveland's Playhouse Square.
The actor-musician is currently playing Seymour in a production of Little Shop of Horrors in Michigan before a slew of dates with his Skivvies co-star Lauren Molina.
The British actor is currently reprising his award-winning performance as Lola in the Tony-winning musical's Off-Broadway debut.
Mason's play, reimagining Abe Lincoln through a queer person of color’s storytelling lens, can be seen at Los Angeles' Skylight through September 4.
"I want audiences to walk into a theatre completely open to stories that they may have never heard."
The Broadway veteran is currently starring as The Wizard in the hit musical Wicked at the Gershwin Theatre.
Haynie, who plays Olaf in the national tour of the Disney musical, will return to 54 Below for an evening entitled Into the Unknown.
The two-time Tony nominee plays Big Mama in the Off-Broadway revival of the classic Tennessee Williams drama.
Burroughs plays Ike Turner in the Tony-nominated musical, which concludes its run in August at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
The actor discusses succeeding Tony winner André De Shields as Hermes in the Tony-winning musical Hadestown.
"I'm excited for the future and especially the younger generation of people who are really the ones pushing for change."
"I hope to prove to aspiring young Black, Afro-Latina artists that they can take up space and shine in all parts of this industry."
"The rewards of performing live are the reason I love theatre as an art form more than any other: being with the audience, hearing the laughs, the silence of awe, the love for our singing, our playing, our harmonizing…"
Levy, on Broadway earlier this season in the Tony-nominated revival of Caroline, or Change, can currently be seen Off-Broadway in the new musical The Bedwetter.
"Be safe, cautious, and respectful, but don’t deprive yourself of the joy of live theatre. Theatre is therapy. Your healing is on Broadway."
"This piece validates all the colors and experiences of who we are … and by doing so, lets us know we are worthy of exploration…worthy of being seen…because we matter."
"It’s time for more of us to be in the room where it happens—where decisions are made and policies are created."
Doyle shares his favorite memory of Stephen Sondheim, how he tackles the tongue-twisting "Getting Married Today" each night, and more.
Baroud plays Clifford Bradshaw in the hit revival, recently the winner of seven Olivier Awards, including Best Musical Revival.
Heredia is currently starring in the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Next to Normal at Westport Country Playhouse.
Stampley plays Reverend Samuel Jacob Lewis in the new musical at Broadway's Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
Original cast member Smith created the role of Hannah in the hit musical, which recently celebrated its fifth anniversary on Broadway.
The Broadway favorite, who returns to Joe's Pub March 18, shares her three favorite Stephen Sondheim memories and several upcoming projects.
Milligan can currently be seen in the world premiere of the new musical Other World at the Delaware Theatre Company.
This spring, Piser will step into the role of Evan Hansen full-time on Broadway, becoming the first Asian-American actor to do so.
The stage and screen star currently shares the stage with fellow Tony winners Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster in the Broadway revival of Meredith Willson's Music Man.
It's a busy season for Williams, who was recently seen in the Broadway debut of Douglas Lyons' Chicken & Biscuits.
Out of Time features monologues performed by Asian American actors over the age of 60.
Following the birth of her daughter, Trinidad recently returned to her role as one of the Fates in the Tony-winning musical at the Walter Kerr.
"Our end goal is not diversity, but rather a radical inclusion that elevates the voices of those historically marginalized and honors their—our stories."
"We are human beings with feelings, stories, and experiences that are worth telling."
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