By Kat Mokrynski Picture: all rights reserved Come From Away, an incredible Broadway show, is closing on Sunday, October 2nd, after playing over 1,600 performances at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. The show tells the true story of 7,000 airplane passengers … Continue reading “Where There is Darkness, Only Light” – Honoring Come From Away with Q. Smith and Sharon Wheatley
By Kat Mokrynski Pictures: Kat Mokrynski & Art: Kelly Lin Hayes On September 17th, Tim Mahendran gave his final performance as Francois DuBois in the hit musical & Juliet. For those unfamiliar with the show, & Juliet answers a hypothetical … Continue reading Saying Goodbye to Tim Mahendran, the OG François of &Juliet: An Exclusive Interview
How was it like going from a regional production to Broadway? Was it expected at times? It was like a snowball effect. It happened so quickly, without us even realizing it. It was just one of those things that was … Continue reading Ben Fankhauser, “When you are with a character for so long, it kind of grows and develops with you”
It’s been 10 years since a group of Newsies first seized the day at the Nederlander Theatre, so this calls for a celebration, right? And you might know all the words to the hit musical but do you really know … Continue reading Ryan Breslin: “I think the public is ready for another show like Newsies that shares the same themes.”
As we enter the new year with high hopes and filled with theatre love, our team at Curtain Call is delighted to share with your our brand new issue. From an exclusive interview with the cast of Winnie The Pooh … Continue reading Curtain Call new issue is here featuring Winnie The Pooh, Rachel Dawson, Arun Blair-Mangat and more. !
Words by Dorothy Grace Franklin – you can find this interview in our latest issue! Picture: all rights reserved Today, I had the wonderful opportunity to interview Harriet Watson, the dance captain, and alternate for the roles of Jane Seymour … Continue reading [Interview] Harriet Watson on SIX, Tour Life and lockdown favorites
Jennifer Tepper wears many hats: producer, author, historian, programming director, and overall musical theatre maven. Her works, from the Jonathan Larson Project to the Untold Stories of Broadway series to Be More Chill, are staples in the Broadway community. She took a break from her busy schedule to talk to Curtain Call about the Feinstein’s/54 Below experience, the authenticity and integrity of Joe Iconis’s works, and what it’s like to have so many of her dreams come true at once. Continue reading [Interview] Jennifer Ashley Tepper talks Be More Chill, Joe Iconis and dreams
(Photo: @kyliewesterbeck on Instagram) By Gavin Dorval The Philadelphia FringeArts Festival is a place for contemporary art and performances, featuring independently curated and produced works of dance, theatre, and music. The festival is meant to bring together audiences and artists, … Continue reading Interview: Kylie Westerbeck shares her thoughts about Peg!