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In a teary chat with Stephen Colbert, the actor said his "Tick, Tick... Boom!" performance reflects his "unexpressed love" for Lynn Garfield, who died in 2019.
The Tony-nominated actor gives a chilling performance as Michael, a queer Latino confidant to Andrew Garfield's Jonathan Larson, in the Netflix musical.
A new album, "The Jonathan Larson Project," will showcase the unheard work of the beloved composer.
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"This is about who charges forward and who exercises caution. And I think we’re all a mix of both."
At last, I can talk about Hamilton. It hasn't been easy, waiting, wondering: what is all the fuss about -- is it for real? Not that I doubted Hamilton. I just couldn't get a ticket.
This year, however, two things intrigue me: My kids' first-time stake in the proceedings, and Fun Home. Lea and Sara have seen a lot of Broadway theater this season. As a result, they feel personally invested in their Tony connection to You Can't Take It With You, On the Town, An American in Paris, Something Rotten!, The King and I. Each show is real to them.
Several laws protect employees from being fired under similar circumstances, such as the Family and Medical Leave Act; the
As innovations in science result from probing beyond the known, transformation from the fight-flight animal level power play in humanity comes from challenging status quo, and taking new approaches.
The iconic musical was nominated for 10 Tony awards in 1996, and nabbed "Best Musical" and "Best Original Score." Songs like
It's a Jonathan Larson summer in Chicago. Currently, the genre-defining musical theatre composer is receiving productions of his two major shows by a trio of distinguished local theatre companies.
Beloved performer and gay activist Miss Coco Peru returned to S.F. for a double header with a new wig and good reason to celebrate. This year marks Clinton Leupp's 20th anniversary as Coco, bringing truth and sarcasm to people everywhere.
"I can't repeat some of the things people say on camera." Says George Green, Executive Artistic Director of the Lake City
Though its subject matter seems a trifle old hat now, the Broadway musical "Rent" is causing controversy once again -- this
After all, the original production of Jonathan Larson's Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical was first staged