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Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Tech and friendship at heart of Broadway’s ‘Be More Chill’ by John Carucci | ap

Modern technology and an old-school friendship are at the heart of the youthful Broadway musical ‘Be More Chill’

SOURCE: Washington Post at 09:06AM
Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Lin-Manuel Miranda calls ‘Mary Poppins’ sequel role a dream by John Carucci | ap

‘Hamilton’ creator Lin-Manuel Miranda calls working on ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ was ‘a dream’

SOURCE: Washington Post at 01:18PM
Tuesday, July 24, 2018

A play about straight white men on Broadway makes history by John Carucci | ap

The play that just opened at the Helen Hayes Theatre on Broadway may have a cast dominated by white men but history has been made behind the scenes.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 12:18PM
Tuesday, June 5, 2018

What’s the bigger thrill? Tony nod or first performance? by John Carucci | ap

Broadway veteran Casey Nicholaw surprised himself when he choked up while describing the feeling of watching an audience see one of his productions for the first time.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 02:36PM
Monday, April 23, 2018

New film explores the best Broadway musicals you never saw by John Carucci | ap

If you’ve never heard of lavish musicals like “The Bathrooms Are Coming” or “Diesel Dazzle” you’re not alone. Yet, these elaborate productions have borrowed the talents of some o…

SOURCE: Washington Post at 01:33PM
Monday, March 26, 2018

Andrew Garfield on why ‘Angels in America’ still resonates by John Carucci | ap

A bitter optimism is felt at the end of the marathon, two-part AIDS play “Angels in America” and one of its stars, Andrew Garfield, shares some of that hope, especially with so many youn…

SOURCE: Washington Post at 01:42PM
Thursday, June 8, 2017

Kevin Spacey tight-lipped about his plans as host of Tonys by Mark Kennedy and John Carucci | ap

Getting Kevin Spacey to spill the beans about his plans hosting the Tony Awards turns out to be as likely as his character on “House of Cards” renouncing blackmail and backstabbing.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 10:18AM
Thursday, April 28, 2016

Seth Rudetsky sees no ‘Disaster’ casting his friends in show by John Carucci | ap

Seth Rudetsky has always had a dream of writing and performing in a show surrounded by his friends.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 01:16PM

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