Come Over Here
1 - 20 of 27
by Adrienne Onofri - Sep 3, 2008
Elise has followed her theater dreams all the way from Australia and is now appearing in her 2nd show at Goodspeed.
by Roundabout Theatre Company - Sep 11, 2012
Ted Sod, Education Dramaturg, spoke to director Jamie Lloyd about his thoughts on Cyrano de Bergerac.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 7, 2009
IMDB reports that stage and screen star Alfred Molina is excited to take to the stage with a planned one-man show and is hoping theatregoers will get a laugh out of the criticisms he received from his first U.S. casting agent.
by Carrie Dunn - Oct 5, 2015
We talk to London's new Wizard about his long association with the show, what he thinks of his new leading ladies, and why he loves London so much...
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2012
In Steve Peterson's interview below, director Larry Eisenberg talks about his theatre background and what led him to choose SHERLOCK'S LAST CASE for Group Rep.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2013
fiji land, directed by Alice Malin and designed by Ruth Hall with lighting by Tom Wickens and sound by Max Pappenheim, will feature Stephen Bisland, Jake Ferretti,and Matthew Trevannion at The Little at Southwark Playhouse. Press performance: Friday, 17 January at 7.30pm. The show runs 15 January - 8 February 2014.
by Robert Diamond - Nov 15, 2005
After 15 years away from the Broadway stage, and well-known as a romantic lead, British star Michael Ball is making his return to Broadway in the most anti-type of roles - Count Fosco in Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Woman in White. Before being buried under latex, and a fat suit for an evening show, the star gave BroadwayWorld the scoop.
by BWW News Desk - May 26, 2017
After releasing Sad Girl Theory's first single, 'White Walls & Promises' in March, Le Pie told a heartbreaking story of motherhood, love, and loss
BWW Interview: Scott Gilmour And Claire McKenzie, creators of HI, MY NAME IS BEN at Goodspeed's Terris Theatre
by Joseph Harrison - May 13, 2019
What impact can one man who has lost the ability to speak have on those he encounters every day? If you are Ben, the central character in the new musical HI, MY NAME IS BEN, which opens this week at the Goodspeed's Norma Terris Theatre in Chester, CT the impact is greater than you might imagine. Â I had the chance to sit down with the duo behind the show, book writer Scott Gilmour and composer and lyricist, Claire McKenzie who shared a little about their creative process, their journey writing the show, and how they work effectively together to bring a musical like HI, MY NAME IS BEN to life.
by Roundabout Theatre Company - Jun 27, 2018
On June 16, 2018, Joshua Harmon spoke aboutÂ SkintightÂ with education dramaturg Ted Sod as part of Roundabout Theatre Company's lecture series.
by Fiona Scott - Jun 25, 2019
Jenna Russell, Olivier Award-winning star of stage and TV, is known for her roles in Les Miserables, Sunday in the Park with George and, most recently, Fun Home at the Old Vic. She is now playing the role of Francesca in the upcoming UK premiere of Jason Robert Brown's TheÂ Bridges of Madison County at the Menier Chocolate Factory.
by Jake Brunger - Jun 20, 2006
Kim Cattrall plans a more able-bodied performance in Streetcar, Gavin Lee swaps for Gavin Creel, Jamie and Cathy make wedding plans at the Menier and The Play's The Thing reveals its winner
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 2, 2016
The summer theater season in Nashville begins tonight with a revival of Charles Busch's Psycho Beach Party, which turns the formulaic beach movie of the early 1960s on its ear with a skewed and definitely crazy take on the genre. Opening at the Darkhorse Theater - the latest offering from Bradley Moore's Music City Theatre Company - it features a talented cast bringing Busch's classically campy characters to life. Today, you can get to know Gerald Pitts and Elizabeth Turner better, just before calling to make reservations to see the show!
by Pat Cerasaro - Jul 26, 2010
Recently, I had the privilege of conducting an InDepth InterView with British belting triple-threat diva Ruthie Henshall, currently lighting up Broadway as Roxie in CHICAGO. She previously has played Velma both in the original London revival cast as well as on Broadway opposite Sandy Duncan in a highly-praised run nearly ten years ago. In this revealing discussion, we discuss her experiences working on CHICAGO on Broadway and in the West End, playing ensemble roles in the original productions of CHILDREN OF EDEN and MISS SAIGON, working with Bob Avian, Matthew Bourne, Carol Burnett, Kelsey Grammer and John Barrowman, as well as what roles on Broadway she wants to do next (clue: 'I Miss The Mountains') and her upcoming concerts in Australia and appearances at Feinstein's next year! Broadway has welcomed Ruthie back with open hearts and open arms - and why not? In her own words, she is the 'real deal!'
BWW Interviews: POTTED POTTER's Dan & Jeff Talk New Cast in Manila Run, Memories of the Philippines & More!
by Oliver Oliveros - Jul 24, 2012
'Going to any new country we never had a show before is an honor. We're loving America at the moment; it goes the same for the Philippines.' - Jeff Turner, co-creator and star of 'Potted Potter'
by TV News Desk - Jan 9, 2014
Dan Stevens appeared on this morning's TODAY show on NBC and apologized to fans for the shocking death of his character during the final moments of the DOWNTON ABBEY Season 3 finale.
by Heather Colon-Smith - Jan 8, 2004
Heather Smith recently sat down with Donna Lynne Champlin to ask her training, experiences both on and off Broadway and more.
by Carrie Dunn - Jan 29, 2010
Carrie Dunn, BWW:UK's editor-in-chief, talks to the Monkee about his musical theatre work and why he wants to play King Arthur...
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2014
fiji land, directed by Alice Malin and designed by Ruth Hall with lighting by Tom Wickens and sound by Max Pappenheim, will feature Stephen Bisland, Jake Ferretti,and Matthew Trevannion at The Little at Southwark Playhouse. Press performance: Friday, 17 January at 7.30pm. The show runs today, 15 January - 8 February 2014.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2010
Blog series chronicling the experience of 'Broadway in South Africa' during their 2010 trip to South Africa.
by Bob Rizzo - Feb 24, 2016
Lorin Latarro talks about her choreography in the new Broadway musical, WAITRESS.
by Allison Pichowicz - Feb 14, 2016
On February 15, 2016 HAMILTONÂ will perform its opening number live at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards. Only eight musicals (nine, if you count RIVERDANCE) have had this honor since the first Grammy Award ceremony in 1959. HAMILTONÂ will make history, yet again, as the first show to perform via satellite during the ceremony; while the ceremony is at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, the cast will be performing on their set at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City.
by BWW - Feb 13, 2005
We spoke to your favorites to find out what they thought was the most romantic Broadway love song.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2014
Another woman has come forward claiming to be a victim of sexual assault by Bill Cosby.
by Adrienne Onofri - Aug 27, 2010
After almost a year on the 'In the Heights' tour, Shaun is back in the B'way company and stealing scenes.
by Pat Cerasaro - Apr 14, 2011
Supremely gifted. Stupendously stunning. Stupefying in her ability to hold magnetic sway over an audience. Kerry Ellis simply has it all and, now, following the worldwide success of her truly awesome collaboration with Queen's Brian May on their epic rock album ANTHEMS, May and Ellis are hitting the road for a UK tour kicking off at the Royal Albert Hall later this month. Over the weekend Kerry was kind enough to take a look back at her career with me - which includes her earth-shattering turns in WICKED in both the West End and on Broadway, plus her unforgettable turns in CHESS: LIVE IN CONCERT, on CD and DVD, as well as OLIVER and more - plus, we take a look ahead to what she would like to tackle next: a one-woman-musical ala TELL ME ON A SUNDAY, perhaps? Whatever she chooses to do, judging from her track record it is clear she will knock it clear out of the park.