December 01, 2015

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The Stage Kiss That Brought Laura Osnes Real Life Romance on "Seth's Broadway Chatterbox"

A 2012 Tony nominee for her turn as one half of the murderous Depression-era couple in Frank Wildhorn's Bonnie and Clyde, Laura Osnes joined Seth Rudetsky for a "Chatterbox" session. Here, Osnes gives a musical sample of Wildhorn's "How 'bout a Dance," and delves into her time in a regional production of Aladdin, where an onstage accident led to a stage kiss that sparked the romance between her and her future husband, Nathan Johnson. To see the entire show, visit For Seth's weekly column, click here.

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