Tony Award winner Donna Murphy stars as Bubbie, a Yiddish grandmother who teaches her granddaughter about her past in the new musical The People in the Picture, opening at Studio 54 April 28. Here, she talks about how she began her journey with the new musical and the creation of this original character. To listen to the interview, click here.
Tony Award winner Brian Bedford takes on a dual role in the revival of The Importance of Being Earnest that opened at the American Airlines Theatre Jan. 13. Besides directing the play by Oscar Wilde, he also portrays the role of Lady Bracknell. Here, he talks about studying at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London as well as his award-winning career in theatre. To listen to the interview, click here.
Theatre World Award winner Adam Godley plays Evelyn Oakleigh in the revival of the Cole Porter musical, Anything Goes, which opened at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on April 7. Here, he talks about when he discovered his love for acting and taking on a musical—a challenge for Godley, admitting he is not a trained singer or dancer. To listen to the interview, click here.
The three Roundabout Theatre productions are limited engagements. The People in the Picture will run through June 19, The Importance of Being Earnest will have performances through July 3, and Anything Goes extended its run until Jan. 8, 2012.