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.
Kecia Lewis-Evans plays Ida Mae Sturdevant in the Tony Nominated musical, Leap of Faith, now running at The St. James Theatre on W44th Street in New York City. Here with speak with her about the show, her previous roles, and how she thrives on rejection.
Emmy and Obie Award winning actress, Marilyn Sokol, is one of five actors in Old Jews Telling Jokes facing the enjoyable task of paying homage to and reinventing jokes (and performing comic songs) off-Broadway at The Westside Theatre. The show, inspired by the website of the same name, created by Peter Gethers and Daniel Okrent and directed by Marc Bruni, is in previews now and opens on May 20.
This week, Cristin Milioti was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Leading Roll in a Musical for her work in Once. Once is based on the 2006 movie of the same name and features a book by award-winning Irish playwright and screenwriter, Enda Walsh, the Academy Award-winning music and lyrics of Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová, and is directed by acclaimed Scottish director, John Tiffany.