Sara Bareilles

The "Waitress" composer isn't going to sit back and be quiet: "It felt like the right choice for me to make a political statement."
From a song about "the people who lose" to another about the life of a Broadway star, the pair rocked it.
I get to be on Broadway. I get to come live my day out through great art and getting an instant response from a Broadway audience. That's pretty cool.
Hollywood has a problem. It's largely run by rich straight white men who, for the most part, champion the work of other straight white men. According to well publicized statistics, if you're a black, Hispanic, female or LBGT actor of director you've not been invited to the party. Getting jobs, good jobs, Oscar potential jobs, is nearly impossible.
The Tony Awards have gone back and forth over the years on whether they should allow closed shows to perform or whether shows
Overall, the show was quite enjoyable, it just was not exemplary in any particular way. The leading actress was good, the
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness
Here's how Tony winner Jessie Mueller's latest role is making history.
"Keep doing the best you can and that’s all you can do."
And then there is Christopher Fitzgerald, who seems to have wandered into Waitress and onto the stage of the Atkinson from
A talented Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, Sara Bareilles wrote the music and lyrics for the new life-affirming Broadway
She reintroduces us to a time in pop-culture when the diary-style lyrics of everyone from Riot Grrrl musicians to Lilith Fair acts were allowed to enter the mainstream and take even the most macho radio listeners on catchy journeys into young women's most private moments and thoughts.
In terms of musicals, there are two that have opened already this spring, the Roundabout revival of She Loves Me and the jukebox musical Disaster!