On October 15, teen performers of Broadway, Film & TV are coming together to perform songs from dream roles they don't get professionally cast in – actual teen roles.
We spoke to the talented young stars who are performing at Cabaret For A Cause; Carly Gendell, Rileigh McDonald, Taylor Richardson, Mckayla Twiggs & Sarah Charles Lewis.
Sandra is a rising star who recently appeared in the groundbreaking Broadway production of Spring Awakening. She shared her thoughts on the future of ASL in the entertainment industry.
Cate and Ella have been melting hearts on Broadway as Lulu in Waitress. Now they’re all grown up and leaving the show. They shared their favorite memories with us and also gave some great advice for the next Lulu.
Bandstand has been a standout this past Broadway season. With uplifting swing music, Tony award winning choreography and an emotionally complex story, we’re sorry to see it close on September 17th.
With over 44,000 members, All Things Broadway is one of the largest Broadway fan groups. We asked the founder, Eliyahu, to answer ten questions.
In Something Rotten, Eric got a taste of the rock star life in his role as “Leather Boy” and Shakespeare. Now he is tackling another superstar – the King himself, Elvis Presley.
Based on the popular Cupcake Club series written by mother/daughter duo, Sheryl and Carrie Berk, Peace, Love and Cupcakes is part of this year's New York Musical Festival. We had a delightful conversation about the origins of this new musical and why it has such an important message.
Based on the popular Cupcake Club series, Peace, Love and Cupcakes is a new musical starring Carrie Berk, who is incidentally also co-author of the book with her mother, Sheryl. The story addresses important issues that most kids (and some adults!) have to deal with on a daily basis.
Michael Park has had a successful career on Broadway and TV for years, but it’s his role as Larry Murphy in Dear Evan Hansen that has thrust him into the spotlight. We spoke to him about his career and the journey leading up to Dear Evan Hansen.