Featuring stories from Broadway performers such as Lea Salonga, Megan Hilty, Gavin Creel, Idina Menzel, Lin-Manuel Miranda and more, "Seth's Broadway Diary" (the second in his collection) can be ordered by visiting DressCirclePublishing.com.
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"Seth's hysterically funny diary lets the reader be a fly on the wall for offstage encounters with the biggest names on Broadway," said Dress Circle founder Brisa Trinchero in a statement. "It's riveting to know what these theatre luminaries are like in real life and to hear the shocking, sweet, and often unexpected things going on behind the scenes at your favorite Broadway shows."
Stars Come Out to Support the Release of Seth Rudetsky's "Seth's Broadway Diary"
"Seth's Broadway Diary," according to press notes, "is a compilation of Seth's hilarious Broadway-centric 'Onstage and Backstage' columns for Playbill.com chronicling his unique life on and around the Great White Way. Featuring blow-by-blow accounts of amazing experiences like doing Kathy Griffin's reality show opposite Kristin Chenoweth and Cloris Leachman (what?), going to Disneyland with Audra McDonald (so fun!) and helping Sutton Foster star in two completely different Broadway shows (on the same night)! This volume features non-stop behind-the-scenes stories straight from the mouths of stars like Lea Salonga, Megan Hilty, Gavin Creel, Idina Menzel, Lin-Manuel Miranda and MORE!" Rudetsky, known as the host of "Seth Speaks" and "Seth's Big Fat Broadway" on Sirius XM, has worked as the music director, pianist or conductor for some of Broadway's biggest stars. He's spent years as a pianist on Broadway, playing such shows as Les Misérables, The Producers, Phantom of the Opera, Grease and Ragtime and produced-conducted all of the Actors Fund annual Broadway concerts, including Dreamgirls and Hair.
He has been seen in The Ritz on Broadway as well as in a one-night concert of They're Playing Our Song for the Actors Fund. In 2013, Disaster!, a 1970s disaster movie musical (written with Jack Plotnick), opened Off-Broadway.