August 30, 2015

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They Could Write a Book (of a Musical): Tony Nominees Alex Timbers and Cheri Steinkellner

Tony nominee Alex Timbers talks about the musicals and plays that inspired his book for Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, and the experience of bringing a show he wrote for a 99-seat theatre to Broadway. Tony nominee Cheri Steinkellner describes her dreamy experience turning Sister Act into a musical, and the inspiration for the song "Raise Your Voice."








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