Playbill and the Players George Salazar Bangs the Drum for F#%king Up Everything George Salazar is known as a performer with roles Off-Broadway and in the hit Broadway revival of Godspell. What many fans might not know is that Salazar's first love was not musical theatre, but drumming. From his earliest days, Salazar was inspired by his father's playing and naturally developed percussion skills of his own. In this exclusive profile, Playbill caught up with Salazar at the Elektra Theatre where he is currently a cast member of F#%king Up Everything. This new comic musical not only displays his chops as a musical theatre performer but also as a drummer — Salazar sits behind the skins for the shows 23 songs. Check out a Playbill Playlist with the show's Salazar, Max Crumm, and Jason Gotay.
Playbill Presents EXCLUSIVE: On Your Toes Gets Toes A-Tapping Randy Skinner, Karen Ziemba and youngster Dalton Harrod (a sixteen-year-old who's been tap dancing since he was two!) star as a family of Vaudeville performers in City Center's Encores! production of Rodgers and Hart's On Your Toes. In this exclusive peek inside the rehearsal room, the trio break down the process and explain the dance skills and techniques needed for their show-opening tap number "Two a Day for Keith." See a Playbill Photo Call from On Your Toes.
Playbill and the Players Steve Kazee Rested and Ready for 54 Below Shows Fans of Once will feel right at home when Steve Kazee performs at 54 Below on May 10, 11 and 13. His acoustic tunes rife with heartbreak and longing — written while he was on a recent vocal rest — mine the emotional landscape that made Once such a hit on Broadway. Here, Kazee runs through "Another Me" and "On Your Way" and chats with Playbill about revealing his inner life in such personal and hearfelt songs. For details, visit 54Below.com.