August 22, 2014

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PLAYBILL BACKSTAGE: The Bridges of Madison County, Part Two

Cast member Derek Klena (he plays the role of Michael) took camera in hand and brought Playbill along on an exclusive tour of the backstage doings at the new Jason Robert Brown (music and lyrics) and Marsha Norman (book) musical The Bridges of Madison County. In Part Two, Klena gives us a peek at "Dollar Fridays" as well as a dressing room poker game. Then he journeys to the basement of the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre where the hair and costume departments are located and where the all-important coffee station resides. To cap off the tour, Klena pops in on leading man Steven Pasquale (he plays traveling photographer Robert Kincaid), then gives a glimpse of a pre-show ritual. See Part One.

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