August 31, 2015

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Pete Townshend, First Date in NYC, the Heartland of H.S. Musicals and More on the Next "On Stage Across America"

The August episode of "On Stage Across America" features an in-depth interview with legendary The Who rocker, Pete Townshend, who discusses Tommy and a new production of the famous rock musical being staged at the Stratford Festival. "On Stage Across America" co-hosts, NY1's Frank DiLella and Playbill's own Blake Ross, try their hands at a Broadway "first date" with the stars of the new musical First Date, Krysta Rodriguez and Zachary Levi. The show also travels to Lincoln, Nebraska for the 50th annual Thespian Festival, a right of passage for aspiring musical theatre performers. On the first Saturday of each month, "On Stage Across America" will bring interviews with Broadway stars, writers, producers and directors, as well as the latest backstage theatre scoop, to Time Warner subscribers across the U.S. Click here for your local listings.








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