April 17, 2014

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Video Cue & A: 2011 Tony Nominee Josh Gad Video Cue & A: 2011 Tony Nominee Josh Gad
Who is Josh Gad? When The Book of Mormon funnyman sits down with Playbill, he lets every last one of his alter egos out of the box. Is he a Hebrew tree, the next Maya Angelou, a tiger, a wolverine, or simply a happy actor and a loving and doting husband? The only way to find out is to watch!
Video Cue & A 2.0: Tony Nominee Josh Gad Answers Your Questions Video Cue & A 2.0: Tony Nominee Josh Gad Answers Your Questions
You tweeted and he talked! Book of Mormon's Tony-nominated leading man Josh Gad sits down with Playbill to answer questions submitted by our Twitter followers. Gad talks about Kanye West's "South Park" alter-ego, his Mormon meetings and even sings a little Michael Jackson.
Born Yesterday's Jim Belushi Answers Your Questions Born Yesterday's Jim Belushi Answers Your Questions
Jim Belushi, star of the Broadway revival of Garson Kanin's Born Yesterday at the Cort Theatre, answers your questions via Playbill.com’s Facebook friends, Twitter followers and emails. Belushi plays a crooked business man named Harry Brock hoping to “smarten up” his ditz of a girlfriend (Nina Arianda) with the help of a hired journalist (Robert Sean Leonard). Brock quickly realizes that this broad is not as dumb (or as faithful) as she may seem.
Playbill Video Cue & A 2.0: How to Succeed's Rose Hemingway Answers  Your Questions Playbill Video Cue & A 2.0: How to Succeed's Rose Hemingway Answers Your Questions
In this new social-networking take on Playbill's famous Cue & A, the questions come from you, the readers. You texted, emailed, Facebooked and tweeted, we collected the questions and Rose Hemingway, the star of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, stepped in to answer them. Find out what it's like to make a Broadway debut, audition for a big show and feel stage fright, first-hand from Rose.
Playbill Video Cue & A: Gavin Lee Playbill Video Cue & A: Gavin Lee
On Broadway, Gavin Lee stars as the gravity-defying Bert in Mary Poppins, but when he sits down offstage with Playbill, he reveals he's just a regular bloke who gets star-struck about Dick Van Dyke and enjoys snacking on (often oddly flavored) "crisps" from his homeland, England. To see other stars' written Cue & A answers, click here.
Playbill Video Cue & A: Brian d'Arcy James Playbill Video Cue & A: Brian d'Arcy James
Currently starring in Broadway's Time Stands Still, Brian d'Arcy James reminisces about growing up (and eating the local food) in Michigan, the challenging costume of Shrek, crazy cat names, Presidential pooches, and what it's like to root for a team that never seems to win. Click here to watch other Cue & A videos. Read other stars' written Cue & A answers here.
Playbill Video Cue & A: George Wendt Playbill Video Cue & A: George Wendt
Broadway's newest Santa Claus, George Wendt, comes to town courtesy of the holiday musical Elf. Wendt goes under Playbill's Cue & A microscope to reveal deep secrets about his love of classic punk bands, Christmas gifts gone awry, da Bears!, and how he reacts to being called "Norm" some twenty years after Cheers left the air. Playbill Video's Cue & A series features quirky confessionals from some of Broadway's biggest stars. Click here to watch other Cue & A videos. Read other stars' written Cue & A answers here.
Playbill Video Cue & A: Joanna Lumley Playbill Video Cue & A: Joanna Lumley
Joanna Lumley plays The Princess in Broadway's La Bete — and maybe even in real life! She opens up to Playbill about her turn as a Bond girl, a duel in a catsuit, her high time as cocktail-swilling Patsy in "Ab Fab" and a special technological advance that keeps her bathed in light on stage. Playbill Video's Cue & A series features quirky confessionals from some of Broadway's biggest stars. Click here to watch other Cue & A videos. Read other stars' written Cue & A answers here.
Playbill Video Cue & A: Valerie Harper Playbill Video Cue & A: Valerie Harper
A 2010 Tony nominee for Looped, Emmy winner Valerie Harper shares thoughts on biting dogs, guilty pleasures and the "other" Rhoda (a murderous young girl!) in the latest installment of Playbill Video's quirky confessional featuring Broadway's biggest stars. Read other stars' written Cue & A answers here. A special thanks to Ray Caspio for his illustration of "Rhoda."
Playbill Video Cue & A: Greg Jbara Playbill Video Cue & A: Greg Jbara
Tony winner Greg Jbara taps into the universal consciousness and reveals which cartoon character may be his long lost twin for Playbill Video's quirky confessional featuring Broadway's biggest stars. Read other stars' written Cue & A answers here.
 
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