Due out Sept. 19, "Live Your Life" began as a passion project for the Broadway actor and singer, who died of coronavirus complications.
The Broadway performer's new EP, "Life Is Weird," benefits communities that are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
Amanda Kloots has been honoring her husband's memory on social media, saying in a recent interview that "words can't describe how much I will miss him."
Amanda Kloots shared a look back at the five years she spent with the Broadway star, who died of COVID-19 complications this weekend.
Cordero was nominated for a Tony Award in 2014 for his performance in “Bullets Over Broadway.”
Amanda Kloots said she's still clinging to faith as her Broadway star husband struggles with COVID-19.
Steven Spielberg is developing a musical adaptation of the NBC series for the stage.
"This is not how his story ends, so just keep us in your thoughts and prayers today," the Broadway star's wife Amanda Kloots says in a tearful video.
Fifty years after its Broadway debut, the play remains as vital as it was in 1970.
Actor and co-writer Jeffrey A. Johns believes his indie musical can provide a "theater fill" at a time when fans are unable to attend live performances.