April 25, 2014

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Zach Braff, Woody Allen, Marin Mazzie Celebrate Opening Night at Bullets Over Broadway Zach Braff, Woody Allen, Marin Mazzie Celebrate Opening Night at Bullets Over Broadway
Woody Allen, Max Von Essen, Barbara Walters and many more took to the red carpet for the opening night of Bullets Over Broadway, the new musical based on Allen's 1994 film featuring a book by the comedy legend himself. Post show, cast members including Zach Braff, Marin Mazzie, Betsy Wolfe and Brooks Ashmanskas were joined by director-choreographer Susan Stroman to talk about the evening. Read the Playbill story.
Gavin Creel, Dame Judi Dench, Douglas Hodge and More on the Olivier Awards Red Carpet Gavin Creel, Dame Judi Dench, Douglas Hodge and More on the Olivier Awards Red Carpet
April 13 was the biggest night of the year in West End theatre as the Olivier Awards were presented in a ceremony held at London's Royal Opera House. Dame Judi Dench (Peter and Alice), Gavin Creel (The Book of Mormon), Lesley Manville (Ghosts), Douglas Hodge (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) and many other nominees were joined on the red carpet by hosts Gemma Arterton and Stephen Mangan, as well as several presenters and special guest performers. Big winners included Broadway transfers The Book of Mormon and Once. Read the Playbill story.
 Penny Fuller Previews 54 Sings Applause Penny Fuller Previews 54 Sings Applause
Penny Fuller took the stage at 54 Below to preview the April 13 concert performances of 54 Sings Applause. The concert will feature a reunion of Appluase cast member Fuller, Len Cariou and Lee Roy Reams who will be singing tunes from the Betty Comden (book), Adolph Green (book), Charles Strouse (music) and Lee Adams (lyrics) musical. Guest performers Dee Hoty, 
Cady Huffman, 
Karen Mason
 and Judy McLane will sing the role of Margo. Visit 54Below.com for details.
EXCLUSIVE: Katie Thompson Previews The Songs of Lyons and Pakchar EXCLUSIVE: Katie Thompson Previews The Songs of Lyons and Pakchar
Katie Thompson (Giant), Robin De Jesus, Lillias White, Mykal Kilgore and many more will be on hand April 14 for The Songs of Lyons and Pakchar concert at speakeasy-styled nightspot 54 Below. The guest performers will take on the tunes of Douglas Lyons and Ethan Pakchar, a duo that began collaborating while on tour with The Book of Mormon. Lyons, who handles lyrics and music, currently appears in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. Guitarist and composer Pakchar, who has played for several Broadway productions (Wicked, Newsies) provides orchestration and additional music. Here, Katie Thompson previews "Free" from their album "#Love (Live)." Read the Playbill story.
EXCLUSIVE: Laura Osnes, Santino Fontana, Joan Rivers and the Cast of The Realistic Joneses Celebrate Opening Night on Broadway EXCLUSIVE: Laura Osnes, Santino Fontana, Joan Rivers and the Cast of The Realistic Joneses Celebrate Opening Night on Broadway
Will Eno's The Realistic Joneses is the story of a couple (Tracy Letts and Toni Collette ) and their new neighbors (Michael C. Hall and Marisa Tomei) who have identical houses and not only share a last name, but a dark secret as well. On the opening night red carpet, Santino Fontana, Jeffrey Tambor, Joan Rivers and Laura Osnes gave their thoughts on the play. After the performance, playwright Eno, director Sam Gold and the stars of the show weighed in on the evening's proceedings. Read the Playbill story.
Erin Mackey, Mike McGowan and Cast Preview Paper Mill Playhouse's South Pacific Erin Mackey, Mike McGowan and Cast Preview Paper Mill Playhouse's South Pacific
Rob Ruggiero directs the new Paper Mill Playhouse production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific. The cast features Erin Mackey as Ensign Nellie Forbush, Mike McGowan as Emile de Becque, Tony nominee Loretta Ables Sayre as Bloody Mary, Tally Sessions as Luther Billis, Doug Carpenter as Lt. Joe Cable and Jessica Wu as Liat. Here the cast previews the show's classic tunes including "Some Enchanted Evening" and "There is Nothing Like a Dame." Performances begin April 9 at the Millburn, NJ venue. See the Photo Call from the press event.
Daniel Radcliffe, Michael Grandage and the Cast of The Cripple of Inishmaan Meet the Press Daniel Radcliffe, Michael Grandage and the Cast of The Cripple of Inishmaan Meet the Press
Daniel Radcliffe and the cast of Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan were joined by director Michael Grandage to chat with Playbill about the 1996 play which makes its way to Broadway April 12. The fictional story is based on actual events in 1934, Robert J. Flaherty brought a film crew to shoot a fictionalized account of life on the tiny island of Inishmaan and other surrounding islands. In McDonagh's play, Billy (Radcliffe), a young man living with a disability, vies for a part in the film in hope of escaping the boredom, gossip and poverty of life on the island. The production plays the Cort Theatre. Performances run through July 20. See the show's details in the Playbill Vault.
Jeremy Jordan Performs Jeremy Jordan Performs "Let It Go" at MCC's Miscast Gala
On March 31, MCC presented Miscast, an annual benefit in which Broadway stars perform songs from musical roles which they would be very unlikely to land in real life. This year's event honored Allison Janney and was hosted by Victor Garber at the Hammerstein Ballroom at the Manhattan Center. Performers included Sasha Allen singing from Jersey Boys, Joey Taranto singing from Funny Girl and Nicole Parker singing from The Book of Mormon. Here, Jeremy Jordan sings "Let It Go" from Disney's animated film "Frozen." Read the Playbill story.
Sutton Foster, Colin Donnell, Joshua Henry, Cast and Creatives Talk Violet Sutton Foster, Colin Donnell, Joshua Henry, Cast and Creatives Talk Violet
Sutton Foster, Joshua Henry, Colin Donnell and cast mates, along with Jeanine Tesori (music), Brian Crawley (book and lyrics) and Leigh Silverman (director), chatted with Playbill about the Broadway production of Violet. Set in the deep South during the early days of the Civil Rights movement, the story follows the path of a disfigured woman (Foster) who embarks on a journey in hopes that a TV evangelist can cure her. Previews begin on March 28. Read the Playbill Story.
Sutton Foster and Cast Ready for Broadway with a Musical Preview of Violet Sutton Foster and Cast Ready for Broadway with a Musical Preview of Violet
Sutton Foster, Joshua Henry, Colin Donnell and the cast of Jeanine Tesori and Brian Crawley's Violet took the stage at Hill Country, a New York City honky-tonk style restaurant. The cast ran through through a handful of Tesori and Crawley's evocative and heart-rending tunes including "Lay Down Your Head," "Let It Sing," "Promise Me, Violet" and "On My Way." Read the Playbill Story.
 
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