The Tony Award-winner reveals details about the Broadway production’s most important looks.
The two-time Tony nominee discusses the family history that inspired her performance in the upcoming Broadway show.
Their stories, chronicled in Lindy Woodhead’s book, will hit the New York stage April 6.
“That’s usually when great comes: out of great difficulties, right? That’s when people start commenting on what’s going on in the world, when things get bad enough that they have to.”
“I feel like ‘Hamilton’ kind of raised the bar and made everyone realize ‘Oh, theater can be really good if we, like, want it to be,'” says the actress.
Ramos won a 2016 Tony Award for his work on “Eclipse.”
For legendary costume designer Albert Wolsky, clothing maketh the character.
Ann Taylor continues to celebrate and empower women. The retailer’s latest coup is a partnership with the Broadway musical “Waitress.”
It may not keep the Hamiltonians happy, but it will recognize Broadway’s new political clout: Bette Midler as Dolly Levi on the Ten.
Kimiko Glenn breaks out of the Netflix ‘Orange’ jailhouse with her Broadway debut in “Waitress.”