PLAYBILL.COM'S CUE & A: Aaron Tveit

Cue and A   PLAYBILL.COM'S CUE & A: Aaron Tveit
 
Aaron Tveit — who co-stars in the new Broadway musical Next to Normal — fills out Playbill.com's questionnaire with random facts, backstage trivia and pop culture tidbits.
Aaron Tveit
Aaron Tveit


Full given name: Aaron Kyle Tveit
Hometown: Middletown, NY
Zodiac sign: Libra
Audition song: Not telling!!
Special skills: I can clap with one hand.
First Broadway show ever saw: Ragtime
If you could go back in time and catch any Broadway show, what would it be? The original production of Sunday in the Park with George
Favorite show tune: "How Glory Goes" from Floyd Collins
MAC or PC? MAC since 2004, and I'll never go back.
Most played song on your iPod: Wow, just checked, it's "Anna Molly" (acoustic) by Incubus.
One CD you couldn't live without: Right now, "Only by the Night" by Kings of Leon
Last book you read: "Forever" by Pete Hamill
Must-see TV show: "Friday Night Lights." The best show on television.
Last good movie you saw: "Milk"
Favorite board/card game: All incarnations of Poker. And I love Scrabble, even though I almost never win.
Performer you would drop everything to go see: I wish I could have seen Bobby Darin at the Copa in 1960.
Pop culture guilty pleasure: I am a huge Taylor Swift fan. Go ahead, yuck it up!
First stage kiss: My ninth grade production of Little Shop of Horrors
Favorite post-show meal: I have a sick craving for burgers after running 500 stairs in the show.
How you got your Equity card: When I got cast in the Hairspray tour in 2005!
Cats or dogs? Dogs all the way. Cats and I have an understanding, but we choose not to interact often.
Favorite cereal: Frosted Flakes
Who would play you in the movie? Alice Ripley
TV or commercial gig you most enjoyed: I am currently working on a film called "Howl," and it has been an amazing experience in every way imaginable!
Leading man role you've been dying to play: Edmund in Long Day's Journey Into Night
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