The Record : Issue 5 - Alice Ripley
by Monica Simoes - December 11, 2011
The Record gives Broadway performers an outlet to discuss their solo music. We love and support our favorite stage performers but this will be your first chance to really find out what their music is all about. You can learn about their CD's, concerts, influences, upcoming projects and much more. Broadway performers are officially now on The Record. Our fifth subject is fan favorite, Alice Ripley, who closes in MCC's WILD ANIMALS YOU SHOULD KNOW December 11 and is playing a concert show, Daily Practice (named for her eponymous sophomore album), at the Laurie Beechman Theatre through December 16. (more...)
BWW EXCLUSIVE: THE RECORD, Issue 4 - Laura Benanti
by Monica Simoes - October 25, 2011
'I like to think that coming to one of my concerts is like stepping into my living room and hanging out with me while I sing and tell funny stories. I don't have a lot of 'set banter' so a lot of the humor comes from the moment.' (more...)
The Record : Issue 3 - John Gallagher Jr.
by Monica Simoes - October 3, 2011
The Record is a brand new column that gives Broadway performers an outlet to discuss their solo music. We love and support our favorite stage performers but this will be your first chance to really find out what their music is all about. You can learn about their CD's, concerts, influences, upcoming projects and much more. We are excited to present our third issue with the wonderful John Gallagher Jr.. We sat down with him to discuss his original music and plans for a album. (more...)
EXCLUSIVE: The Record: Issue 2 Kristin Chenoweth
by Monica Simoes - September 15, 2011
We are thrilled to present our second issue with the incredible Kristin Chenoweth. We sat down with her to talk about her newly released country album 'Some Lessons Learned'. Chenoweth is best known on Broadway for her performance as Sally Brown inYou're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1999), for which she won a Tony Award, and for originating the role of Glinda in the musical Wicked (2003). Her best-known television role is Annabeth Schott in NBC's The West Wing. As Olive Snook on the ABC comedy-drama Pushing Daisies, she won a 2009 Emmy Award. (more...)
EXCLUSIVE: The Record: Issue 1 Gavin Creel
by Monica Simoes - August 22, 2011
Our first guest is Gavin Creel, a two time Tony nominee for HAIR and THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE. Creel was also seen in the 2004 Broadway Revival of LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, The Goodman Theatre/Kennedy Center production of BOUNCE, as well as HAIR and MARY POPPINS on the West End. In addition to his work in the theatre, Creel has built up a loyal fan base playing his original music to sold-out crowds across the country and at such New York hot spots as Irving Plaza, Joe's Pub, Symphony Space and Arlene's Grocery. His debut pop album "GOODTIMENATION," and intimate follow-up EP, "Quiet," were both written and recorded with long time collaborator, Robbie Roth. BroadwayWorld.com is thrilled to announce that Creel is putting the finishing touches on his third studio album that will be released this spring! Gavin joins Seth Rudetsky to make his Provincetown concert debut next week as part of the Broadway At The Art House series, Saturday, August 27th at 9pm and Sunday, August 28th at 7:30pm. (more...)
Theatre Legend Lea Salonga on ALLEGIANCE, Her Stage Legacy & Bringing a Brand New Show to Town Hall
Broadway Flashback- 18-Year-Old Laura Benanti Sings 'The Sound of Music'!
Julie Andrews & Christopher Plummer Talk SOUND OF MUSIC in All-New Interview
STAGE TUBE: Watch Imelda Staunton Belt it Out as 'Mama Rose' in West End's GYPSY!
SOUND OFF World Premiere Exclusive: Joel Grey In GEORGE M! On THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW