Eight Questions with Pulitzer Prize Winning and Cost of Living Playwright, Martyna Majok
Directly on the heels of her Cost of Living Broadway debut this month, we were lucky enough to snag a few minutes with this celebrated writer and pick her talented brain to learn more about what inspires Majok.
Twenty Questions with Tony Winner Jessie Mueller
Jessie Mueller can currently be seen in Tracy Letts’ Tony Nominated Best Play, The Minutes, playing at Studio 54 until July 23rd.
We are very grateful that Jessie took some time between shows to answer BBS’s newest series “Twenty Questions with a Tony Award Winner.”
STORIES FROM THE STAGE: Lizan Mitchell
At the heart of August Wilson’s ‘Gem of the Ocean’ is a magnificent ritual that takes place in ‘the City of Bones’ which is located many fathoms deep down in the Atlantic Ocean. The Atlantic is said to be the largest graveyard for the millions of Africans intended for slavery in America but who died […]
STORIES FROM THE STAGE: Jessica Hecht
My attempt to “mother” while on stage, was the first of many miscalculations as a parent. As much as I’d like to think I’m a swell multitasker-there was simply no damn way to do both tasks at hand.. I could not maintain even a slight veneer of the character.
STORIES FROM THE STAGE: Michael Feinstein
Most people think I’m from New York, especially after years of singing all of those sophisticated show tunes, in Nightclubs and on Broadway and always in a well cut suit. But truth to tell, I’m from Columbus, Ohio and I learned all the classic show tunes from afar, never dreaming I’d have a personal association with the Great White Way and experience the genuine endorphin rush of playing multiple times on Broadway.
STORIES FROM THE STAGE: Lisa Edelstein
It’s unpredictable, sometimes even unreliable, but it’s in that unknowing that makes theater a place where the most interesting and wonderful things can happen. And it’s radical. People are affected differently when you put yourself out there in front of them.
Sarna Lapine On Directing “Watch On The Rhine” for Spotlight on Plays
You are probably familiar with the name Sarna Lapine, you know, the director of “Sunday In The Park With George,” “Madame Butterfly,” “Little Women,” “War Horse” and “Dirty Dancing,” just to name a few. Well, Lapine has decided to turn her focus to a new production and is doing a livestream of Lillian Hellman’s, “Watch On The Rhine”, as part of the “Spotlight on Plays” series to benefit The Actors Fund, Thursday, May 13th at 8pm, livestreaming on Stellar.