Stagebuddy’s Sue Bell interviews Drama Desk Winner & Two-Time-Tony Nominee Laura Osnes about her new show “Things are Looking Up” at 54 Below. They also talk about how Laura finds time for a social life with her busy schedule! See the interview …Read more
Laura Osnes has much in common with Cinderella. Setting aside the fact that she actually played her in the recent 2013 revival, to Tony-nominated effect, her journey to the Great White Way says it all: in 2007, then-21-year-old Osnes was plucked out …Read more
There’s nothing quite like an old-fashioned, feel-good big band score… and no group knows that better than the cast and crew of Bandstand, the show that lives in that era night after night on Broadway. The show itself, led by the incomparable duo of …Read more
From Imperial Russia to Neverland and Sherwood Forest, costume designer Paloma Young has become the go-to woman for clothes that can evoke fantasy while being grounded in reality. Her work can be currently seen on Broadway in Bandstand and Natasha, P …Read more
Bandstand, now playing at the Bernard Jacobs Theatre, has all the ingredients necessary to make a Broadway hit: catchy songs that stay in your head long after the cast takes their bow, extraordinary choreography (what more could you expect from Tony …Read more
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M210ccQ9Suk&feature=youtu.be We caught up with Laura Osnes and Max von Essen at Paul Stuart’s Best of Broadway on June 6th. They shared their thoughts on the Tonys and talked about their upcoming projects.
“City of Dreams” is a little web series about BIG DREAMS in the greatest city on earth — and it now features the talents of some major Broadway stars. In the series, Jamie (Justin Anthony Long), Julie (Jee Young Han), and Julian (Jonathan Lee) strug …Read more