Sutton Foster Shows Off Original Playbill Art

News   Sutton Foster Shows Off Original Playbill Art In a new video segment for People.com, the Tony-winning actress shows off an artist's commission that incorporates Playbills.
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Tony Award-winning actress Sutton Foster invited People.com into her home this week for a sneak peek inside the Upper West Side apartment she shares with her husband, Ted Griffin.

The Tony-winning actress commissioned collage artist Peter Clark to create an image of her late dog Linus, that incorporates memorabilia from Foster’s life, including Playbills from shows she starred in, including The Drowsy Chaperone and Little Women.

Foster also revealed that she and Griffin are hoping to start a family soon. Her upcoming plans include an Off-Broadway revival of Sweet Charity and season three of Younger.

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