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by Stage Tube - Jun 16, 2021
Hear Miranda's response to Trevor Noah about how criticism of representation in the film adaptation of “In the Heights” will influence his future projects.
by StudentBlogger Loriane Donnet-Monay - Jun 7, 2021
I found out that there existed a whole community online united around Broadway, and, suddenly, I was not alone anymore. It allowed me to discover more shows and artists. I met people from all over the world, learned about other cultures and memorized more timezones than I would care to admit. Above all else, I made new friends.
by Stage Tube - Apr 14, 2021
Global superstar Demi Lovato is a multi-platinum, GRAMMY-nominated singer, actress, producer, and best-selling author with one of the biggest social media followings of 108+ million.
by Stage Tube - Nov 30, 2020
Kelly Clarkson and her band Y'all bring down the house with their cover of Justin Bieber's 2019 hit 'Sorry.'
by Stage Tube - Nov 29, 2020
Tanghalang Pilipino’s Handa Awit online concert series has returned with a fourth installment, with songs from Sandosenang Sapatos.
by Stage Tube - Nov 19, 2020
Today, the Jamaican-born, Charlotte-based musician Sanya N'Kanta has shared a video for his single 'The Hard Lesson.'
by Stage Tube - Nov 2, 2020
The stars of the new horror film, Come Play, play the new game, 'Sorry, Bye,' where they have to pick one item out of a grouping to get rid of forever.
by Stage Tube - Oct 19, 2020
Kelly Clarkson and her band Y'all perform a moving cover of 'I’m Sorry' by Blake Shelton in the latest Kellyoke.
by Stage Tube - Sep 21, 2020
At the start of her new season, Ellen discussed the changes at the show.
by Stage Tube - Sep 10, 2020
Actor, John Leguizamo spoke with SiriusXM Urban View host, Clay Cane about his new film 'Critical Thinking,' a biographical drama about five Latinx and Black teenagers, discussed his controversial tweet about Latinx representation in film and television and about whata??s happening in the world.
by Student Blogger: Brittany Davis - Jun 26, 2020
I will be the first to admit, I do not know everything about self-taping. I kind of have a love/hate relationship with it, however, like it or not it's about to become a BIG part of the theatre and musical theatre world in the coming months/years/decades/forever/etc.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 17, 2020
Billy Porter, Tamara Tunie, Ted Danson, Ming-Na Wen and other famous Carnegie Mellon university alumni popped into CMU's virtual conferral of degrees.  The virtual ceremony includes speeches from CMU's president, students and appearances by various alumni. Check out the video below!
by Stage Tube - Feb 2, 2020
Demi Lovato performed the National Anthem to kick off this year's Super Bowl. The singer just made her comeback by performing on the Grammy Awards and releasing her new song, Anyone.
by Stage Tube - Jan 21, 2020
During a recent interview with Radio.com, Sara Bareilles told the story of Bono throwing his sunglasses to her at the GRAMMYS, but his toss was too hard and they went over her head to the people behind her.
by Stage Tube - Nov 1, 2019
On Valentine's Day, Issa Rae (HBO's Insecure, Little) and LaKeith Stanfield (FX's Atlanta, Sorry to Bother You) connect in a romance where a woman must learn from the secrets in her mother's past if she is to move forward and allow herself to love and be loved.
by Stage Tube - Oct 24, 2019
Comedian Andrea Savage, who stars in her own truTV series 'I'm Sorry,' didn't know that her husband can walk on glass until he busted out that talent for colleagues on a work retreat.
by Stage Tube - Oct 10, 2019
Elizabeth Olsen talks about flipping between Sorry for Your Loss and the Marvel films, getting typecast as a grieving woman and struggling with keeping Marvel's secrets.
by Stage Tube - Oct 2, 2019
Elizabeth Olsen stopped by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' to explain why she avoided Jimmy in Seattle while he was having lunch, and she talks about her new Disney+ show 'WandaVision' and her show 'Sorry for Your Loss' on Facebook Watch. Watch the clip below!
by Stage Tube - Sep 16, 2019
Today, Facebook Watch released the first official trailer for Sorry For Your Loss season two, starring and executive produced by Elizabeth Olsen. The 10-episode series premieres with three episodes Tuesday, October 1 at 12pmPT/3pmET on Facebook Watch.
by Ben Rimalower - Apr 12, 2019
Like the rest of you, I've spent this week obsessing over 'Fosse Verdon' on FX and especially Gwen Verdon, played brilliantly on the series by Michelle Williams, in a performance that makes you want to reinvestigate what made Gwen so great. Sweet Charity is the perfect place to start. Gwen became a star and won her first Tony in a featured role in Can Can and she gained worldwide acclaim (and number 2 in a total of four Tonys) as Lola in Damn Yankees on stage and screen and of course there were many other shows and movies and TV appearances, but Sweet Charity was the show Bob Fosse (and Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields and Neil Simon) created just for her. She may have lost the Tony to Angela Lansbury in Mame, but Gwen got that iconic poster and all those songs.