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Bio:
Broadway: How To Succeed in Business (Rosemary opposite Nick Jonas). Select Regional: World Premieres of Roman Holiday (Princess Anne, Guthrie), Sense & Sensibility, the Musical (Elinor, Denver Center); Sound of Music (Maria, Stratford Festival). TV: "Master of None", "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt". ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Broadway: How To Succeed in Business (Rosemary opposite Nick Jonas). Select Regional: World Premieres of Roman Holiday (Princess Anne, Guthrie), Sense & Sensibility, the Musical (Elinor, Denver Center); Sound of Music (Maria, Stratford Festival). TV: "Master of None", "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt". ... (read complete bio)
BLOG: Sara Farb on The Road to Opening Stratford's THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
by Guest Blogger: Sara Farb - May 4, 2015

BroadwayWorld Toronto is pleased to present the first entry in an exclusive series of guest blogs from The Stratford Festival. Stephanie Rothenberg (Maria in The Sound of Music) and Sara Farb (Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank) will chronicle their road from first preview to opening night in our newest feature 'The Road to Opening!'

BLOG: Stephanie Rothenberg on The Road to Opening Stratford's THE SOUND OF MUSIC
by Guest Blogger: Stephanie Rothenberg - May 4, 2015

BroadwayWorld Toronto is pleased to present the first entry in an exclusive series of guest blogs from The Stratford Festival. Stephanie Rothenberg (Maria in The Sound of Music) and Sara Farb (Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank) will chronicle their road from first preview to opening night in our newest feature 'The Road to Opening!'

Stratford Festival Beings Preview Performances for 2015 Season with The Sound of Music and The Diary of Anne Frank
by BWW News Desk - Apr 22, 2015

Performances of the 2015 Stratford Festival Season began yesterday afternoon with the first performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein's THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Today the festival will present the first performance of THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK.

BWW Interview: Colm Feore, Coming to a Movie Theater Near You as King Lear
by Adrienne Onofri - Feb 23, 2015

Didn't get to Canada last year to see Feore play Lear? No problem, catch it in the cinema as the Stratford Festival launches film releases of its stage shows.

BWW Exclusive: A First Look at the Cast of Stratford's THE SOUND OF MUSIC
by Alan Henry - Feb 9, 2015

I'm very pleased to announce that BroadwayWorld Toronto has exclusive photos from this morning's first rehearsal of The Stratford Festival's The Sound of Music. See the exclusive photos of the cast in action in our photo gallery!

BWW Interview: Stephanie Rothenberg on Prepping for Maria!
by Alan Henry - Feb 9, 2015

No, the Stratford Festival isn't doing another production of West Side Story. Chilina Kennedy already played that Maria at the Stratford Festival a few years back. The festival will produce the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical - The Sound of Music for their upcoming season.

What's Broadway's Stephanie Rothenberg Doing in Stratford? Playing Maria!
by Alan Henry - Oct 15, 2014

Broadway's Stephanie Rothenberg, of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (starring Daniel Radcliffe, and later - Nick Jonas) fame will play Maria in THE SOUND OF MUSIC at the Stratford Festival next season.

Christiane Noll & More to Star in Developmental Reading of New Musical THE NEXT BIG THING
by BWW News Desk - Oct 10, 2014

Laurie Oestreicher and LLL Magic have announced two developmental lab performances of the new musical, The Next Big Thing, with book and lyrics by J. Laurence Lowenstein, music by Gerald H. Bailey (Courting), and directed by Jim Ortlieb (Broadway's recent Of Mice and Men and Guys and Dolls). The Next Big Thing is an intimate and incisive musical about one young actor's treacherous road to Hollywood stardom.

BWW Blog: James Beaman of Cape Playhouse's 1776 - Meet the Congress!
by Guest Blogger: James Beaman - Jul 3, 2014

One of the reasons I became enamored of acting as a child was the opportunity to put on period costumes and to imagine I was going back in time. It's one of the giddy pleasures of being an actor-dress up! And there are few periods that are quite as distinctive and fun as the 18th century. In this week's vlog post, I have my first fitting for my John Adams costume with designer Gail Baldoni.

BWW Blog: James Beaman of Cape Playhouse's 1776 - Wigging Out
by Guest Blogger: James Beaman - Jun 26, 2014

My visit to the Massachusetts Historical Society was so fascinating that I had to devote two vlog posts to it! Librarian Peter Drummey and his colleague Sara Georgini know as much about the show 1776 as they do about the true history and the real John Adams. And they have great affection for the musical, pointing out some of the departures from the true story the writers took in creating a dramatically pleasing piece of theatre.

The Colorado Theatre Guild Announces Nominees for the Upcoming Henry Awards
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2014

The Colorado Theatre Guild's 9th Annual Henry Awards will take place Monday, July 21, 2014 at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, 6901 Wadsworth Blvd in Arvada, Colorado. The evening begins at 6 p.m. with cocktails and a silent auction. The awards ceremony will begin at 7 p.m., followed by an after-party. Tickets are $23 for CTG members (limit 2 per person), $30 non-members or $50 VIP. Tickets go on sale beginning July 1 by phone only through the Arvada Center Box Office by calling 720-898-7200.

STAGE TUBE: Meet the Cast of Denver Center Theatre's ANIMAL CRACKERS
by Stage Tube - May 7, 2014

This month marks the 100th Anniversary of the Marx Brothers debut in Vaudeville - which coincides with The Denver Center Theatre Company's hit revival of Animal Crackers, running now through May 11th! The Marx Brothers starred in the original Broadway production of Animal Crackers when it opened in 1928. The five Marx Brothers - Chico, Harpo, Groucho, Gummo, and Zeppo - are known for their talents in the world of vaudeville. Scroll down to meet the cast!

STAGE TUBE: Denver Center Theatre Company Celebrates Marx Brothers with ANIMAL CRACKERS
by Stage Tube - Apr 23, 2014

Next month marks the 100th Anniversary of the Marx Brothers debut in Vaudeville - which coincides with The Denver Center Theatre Company's hit revival of ANIMAL CRACKERS, running through May 11th! The Marx Brothers starred in the original Broadway production of ANIMAL CRACKERS when it opened in 1928. The five Marx Brothers - Chico, Harpo, Groucho, Gummo, and Zeppo - are known for their talents in the world of vaudeville.

BWW Interviews: ANIMAL CRACKERS Sweetheart Stephanie Rothenberg Speaks of her Challenges and Passions with this Show and Jane Austin!
by Michael Mulhern - Apr 17, 2014

We speak with the adorable darling of the Denver Center's ANIMAL CRACKERS on her passion for Jane Austin, her love of new works and challenges with her many diverse roles in this hit comedy!

Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab Presents Tracy Sallows' CURIOUS & RARE at Snapple Theatre Center, 2/20
by Stephen Hanks - Jan 24, 2014

Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab's Co-Producing Artistic Directors Frank Evans and Stephen Hanks are proud to announce that the final production of the 2013-14 season from the not-for-profit musical theater development is CURIOUS & RARE, written by Broadway, film, and TV actress and playwright Tracy Sallows (who has also appeared in previous MMTL productions). The presentation will be on Thursday, February 20 at 6:30 PM at The Snapple Theatre Center on Broadway and 50th Street. 3rd Floor, Jerry Orbach Theatre. Reservations at 212-989-6706 or [email protected] Regular Admission: $18. Students/Seniors $13.

Photo Flash: Cast and Crew Portraits - DCTC's SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL
by BWW News Desk - May 26, 2013

The Denver Center Theatre Company's (DCTC) world premiere production of SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL, with book and lyrics by Jeffrey Haddow and music by Neal Hampton, is being staged by director and choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge, whose recent Broadway revival of Ragtime received seven Tony Award nominations. SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL is currently running in its world premiere production through tonight, May 26, 2013. Starring in the pivotal sister roles are Stephanie Rothenberg as Elinor and Mary Michael Patterson as Marianne. Cast member Robert Petkoff photographed the entire cast and crew from the production, and was kind enough to allow BroadwayWorld to post them below!

BWW TV: First Look at Stephanie Rothenberg, Mary Michael Patterson & More in Highlights of DCTC's SENSE AND SENSIBILITY
by BroadwayWorld TV - Apr 5, 2013

The Denver Center Theatre Company's (DCTC) world premiere production of SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL, with book and lyrics by Jeffrey Haddow and music by Neal Hampton, will be staged by Director and Choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge, whose recent Broadway revival of Ragtime received seven Tony Award nominations. SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL will receive its world premiere production April 5 - May 26, 2013. BroadwayWorld has a first look at highlights of the show below.

Denver's SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL, Featuring Stephanie Rothenberg and Mary Michael Patterson, Begins Today
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2013

An award-winning Broadway creative team and a stellar cast of Broadway veterans and newcomers have assembled to bring one of Jane Austen's most beloved romances to life. The much-anticipated world premiere of SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL, book and lyrics by Jeffrey Haddow and music by Neal Hampton, receives its world premiere April 5 - May 26, 2013 (press opening April 11), presented by the Denver Center Theatre Company, in The Stage Theatre at the Denver Center for Performing Arts at 14th and Champa. Producing Artistic Director Kent Thompson selected SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL after it became a runaway hit at the 2012 Colorado New Play Summit. The production is staged by Director and Choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge, whose recent Broadway revival of Ragtime received six Tony Award nominations.

Denver's SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL, Featuring Stephanie Rothenberg and Mary Michael Patterson, Begins 4/5
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2013

An award-winning Broadway creative team and a stellar cast of Broadway veterans and newcomers have assembled to bring one of Jane Austen's most beloved romances to life. The much-anticipated world premiere of SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL, book and lyrics by Jeffrey Haddow and music by Neal Hampton, receives its world premiere April 5 - May 26, 2013 (press opening April 11), presented by the Denver Center Theatre Company, in The Stage Theatre at the Denver Center for Performing Arts at 14th and Champa. Producing Artistic Director Kent Thompson selected SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL after it became a runaway hit at the 2012 Colorado New Play Summit. The production is staged by Director and Choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge, whose recent Broadway revival of Ragtime received six Tony Award nominations.

Photo Flash: First Look at Stephanie Rothenberg, Mary Michael Patterson and More in DCTC's SENSE AND SENSIBILITY
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2013

The Denver Center Theatre Company's (DCTC) world premiere production of SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL, with book and lyrics by Jeffrey Haddow and music by Neal Hampton, will be staged by Director and Choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge, whose recent Broadway revival of Ragtime received seven Tony Award nominations. SENSE & SENSIBILITY THE MUSICAL will receive its world premiere production April 5 - May 26, 2013. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production shots below.

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