With The Last Five Years, Lagravanese was aiming small. He wasn't seeking out the mall crowds but that bijou contingent of folks who can tell the difference between Kelli O'Hara and Patti Lupone.
Feb. 3 -- "The Last Five Years," "Gardeners of Eden," Swains Island," Doc Shorts:Behind the Scenes, Variety Artisans Award
I made it to the 8:20 a.m. showing of, "The Last Five Years," and loved it. Nothing like a musical to start the day, not to mention, transport you to New York City via the story of a struggling actress, played by Anna Kendrick, newly married to the "It" author of the moment, played by Jeremy Jordan.
At the annual Miscast Gala in 2013, which is presented by MCC Theater, Jordan sang the Smash hit "Let Me Be Your Star," when Jonathan Groff came onstage and stole his thunder.
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'Smash': Jeremy Jordan On Playing Jimmy, Potential Romance With Karen And Creating A New Kind Of Musical
Of course, Jimmy immediately takes a shine to Karen, and their relationship takes many twists and tumbles and turns. It's
For the second season of "Smash," producers added a bunch of new, younger cast members including Jeremy Jordan's talented
"Smash" fans can go online to watch the some of the Season 2 premiere right now, instead of waiting for the Golden Globe
"Let's give 'em a show they'll never forget," Hayes' Terrence Falls exclaims at the end of the preview. Check out the video
"Smash" hit the stage at NBC's Television Critics Association winter press tour presentation Sunday, and the cast and creative