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Interview: 'Come on Down' with SOMETHING ROTTEN's Autumn Hurlbert

"Come on down!" On today's very special episode of THE PRICE IS RIGHT, the national touring company of SOMETHING ROTTEN pops up in the audience, and makes their presence known.

One of the show's stars, Autumn Hurlbert (who plays Portia) talked to BroadwayWorld and BroadwayRadio's Matt Tamanini for today's episode of "Today on Broadway." In the interview, she talked about having her son and husband on the road with her, her fangirling over seeing her co-star Adam Pascal sing "One Song Glory," and how her LEGALLY BLONDE reality show experience made her very good at keeping any secrets that need to be kept for THE PRICE IS RIGHT.

The interview starts at the 17:51 mark in the episode below, and you can see the Rob McClure designed shirt that the company wore to the game show taping in Hurlbert's Instagram post below.

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