Playbill.com recently asked Tony Award-winning Light in the Piazza star Victoria Clark, who was Tony-nominated for her current performance in the Broadway debut of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, to browse through The Playbill Vault, the largest Broadway database available, and select items that were of interest to her.
Click through to read the acclaimed artist's choices, and visit those selections in the Playbill Vault.
For opening night of Cinderella, our wonderful Company Manager Brig Berney gave me a Playbill from a show that had played at the Broadway Theatre in 1943: Lady In The Dark — one of my all-time favorites. Having now scoured that old Playbill front to back, I thought it would be fun to search the Vault for other Playbills from the Broadway Theatre. So, with a nod to Brig, here goes!
Gypsy played its very first New York performance at the Broadway Theatre in 1959. All you Ethel Merman fans, when you come to Cinderella, imagine Ethel Merman marching down that house right aisle and shouting out, "Sing out, Louise!"
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