New York City is abuzz about Gavin Creel, the Ohio native who has become a Broadway superstar. Gavin has blown the theatre world away with his phenomenal singing and acting in past musicals such as In La Cage Aux Folles, In Bounce, Mary Poppins and in Thoroughly Modern Millie (earning him a Tony- […]
“Oh Zora” -That’s Me! Cheyenne Jackson Dishes on the Girl in His Bed
Cheyenne Jackson first appeared on Broadway only three weeks after moving to New York City in 2002. Jackson, who grew up on the Washington-Idaho border in a rural town, later went on to star in such Broadway hits Aida, Thoroughly Modern Millie, All Shook Up and is currently starring in the roller-skating remake Xanadu. […]
Who Got Lucky? – Bernadette Peters!
Lucky offers comfort and a loving snuggle to Bernadette Peters. She loves Peter’s siren voice that won her acclaim as the youngest performer to be honored with an induction into the Theater Hall of Fame. Lucky never misses Bernadette on Broadway. For the Best that Pet Lifestyle and Animal Welfare has to offer follow […]
Who Got Lucky?: Tom Wopat keeps Lucky out of Hazzard’s Way
Hosted by founders Mary Tyler Moore and Bernadette Peters, the 7th annual Broadway Barks event took place in July in Shubert Alley, with adoptable dogs and cats taking center stage. Produced by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids and benefiting NYC animal shelters and adoption agencies, Broadway barked loud to help find homeless animals a new […]
For Rebecca Gayheart, Jackie Steals the Show!
Rebecca Gayheart is currently captivating audiences as the hopeful Shelby in the Broadway production of Robert Harling’s, Steel Magnolias, co-starring Delta Burke, Christine Ebersole, Frances Sternhagen, Marsha Mason and Lily Rabe. Steel Magnolias tells the story of several women who meet in a small town Louisiana beauty parlor. The center of the story is M’Lynn […]
Bell Of The Ball: Kristen Bell’s Love for Animals Rings True
Kristen Bell started singing when she was young. “I was trained as a soprano and fell in love with musical theater. I lived at my community theatre when I was growing up. I loved the sense of responsibility it gave me as a kid. There is something so wonderful about being on stage with a […]