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Women like Chilina Kennedy are blazing new trails on Broadway. While founding a new theater company and developing her own show, she is also playing Carole King in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical eight times a week. Add the role of Mom to her already packed schedule and you’ll understand why she redefines what it means to be a “Natural Woman.”
Performing on Broadway at any age is challenging, especially for kids who have to balance school and work. Hudson Loverro and Levi Smith seem to have it all figured out; they are both having a blast playing Young Calogero in A Bronx Tale and enjoy learning from the supportive Broadway community that surrounds them.
Jarrod Spector made his Broadway debut at the tender age of nine years old. Since then, he has dazzled audiences as Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys and Barry Mann in Beautiful. Now, Spector is bringing his life story to the stage with his new show, Jukebox Life.
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.
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.
From swinging in Newsies to portraying a graceful klutz in She Loves Me, Michael Fatica is happy to finally arrive in Punxsutawney.
Kristin Stokes has an infectious smile and bubbly personality that is apparent from the moment you meet her. In contrast, her character Annabeth in The Lighting Thief comes across as tough go-getter that won’t back down from a fight.
Paramour brings the magic of Cirque du Soleil to Broadway with astonishing acrobatics and a visually stunning show. Its leading lady, Ruby Lewis sparkles in her Broadway debut.