Based on the popular 2002 film, Far From Heaven is now a musical that is having a preview production on the Williamstown Theatre Festival's Main Stage. The show stars 4-time Tony Nominee, Kelli O’Hara. She was nominated for her work in The Light in the Piazza, The Pajama Game, South Pacific, and most recently for Nice Work I f You Can Get It, which she will return to following her work in Williamstown.
Andrew Rannells originated the role of Elder Price in the Tony Award winning musical, The Book of Mormon. He left the show recently, after more than a year on Broadway, and will appear on the NBC comedy, The New Normal, which premieres in September, and in the second season of Girls when it returns to HBO. The first season's finale aired on June 17th.
One Man, Two Guvnors is a rollicking farce by Richard Bean – based on the classic, Servant of Two Masters. The show currently running on Broadway was first produced in London and has earned enthusiastic reviews and hearty audience applause and guffaws on both sides of the pond. Here, we speak with charming actor, Oliver Chris. He plays Stanley Stubbers – one of the guvnors.
Bruce Dow plays King Herod in the multi-award nominated revival ofJesus Christ Superstar currently running on Broadway. Here, we speak with him about that role, what he likes about working at Stratford Shakespeare Festival (where this production of Superstar began), and more!
Will Eno's new one-man play, Title and Deed is running at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre in New York City through June 17th. The show is produced by Signature Theatre in association with Gare St Lazare Players Ireland. It is directed by Judy Hegarty Lovett and features Conor Lovett. Here, we speak with Conor Lovett about the show, Gare St. Lazare, his training, and more.
Will Swenson stars at Tick (Mitzi) in Priscilla Queen of the Desert on Broadway. The show, which opened in March of 2011, is ending its current Broadway run on June 24th. Here we speak with Will about Priscilla, Hair, his busy life with Audra McDonald, growing up in Utah, leaving the LDS Church, and more.
Adam James stars as Bernard in the John Tillinger directed farce, Don't Dress For Dinner (written by Marc Camoletti, adapted by Robin Hawdon, produced by Roundabout Theatre Company) currently running at The American Airlines Theatre on West 42nd Street in New York City. Here we speak with Adam James about his stage career, some notable TV spots, and the tricks of successfully performing farce.