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Playbill | Sutton Foster Talks Taking on Charity

Photo by Laura Marie DuncanBy now, Sutton Foster has put her spin on dozens of roles. From creating women like Millie Dillmount and Janet Van De Graaff to bringing life characters like Jo March and Princess Fiona, from her own takes on iconic women like Queenie and Reno Sweeney, Foster brings bravado, humor and often an endearing quirkiness to her characters—not to mention her powerhouse vocals and pristine dance technique. It’s no surprise that audiences can’t wait to see Foster take on Sweet Charity with the New Group come November 2.
“I’m super excited and super scared,” says Foster at a press event to promote the third season of her hit TVLand show Younger. “I like to do things that scare me, and I like to do things that push me and make me grow, and this is one of them. It’ll be a lot of flop-sweat and probably a lot of tears, so it will be all out there.”
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TimeOut New York | Sutton Foster talks the new season of Younger

Photo by Tawni BannisterIt’s a beautiful, breezy summer afternoon in Riverside Park, and a busking violist is providing background music for our photo shoot with Younger star Sutton Foster, who’s posing on a sunny patch of grass. It’s like being in a dreamy New York postcard—that is, until Foster realizes she’s stepping in, er, dog shit, and we’re thrown back into reality. But the two-time Tony Award winner forgoes a diva moment. Instead she laughs and says, “I’m a dog owner; I’m used to it.” Yeah, you could say this Upper West Sider is pretty down-to-earth, especially for someone who’s been making a name for herself onstage and onscreen for two decades. (She first appeared on Broadway at age 21 in Grease in 1996.) In person, she’s remarkably youthful, not unlike her Younger character, Liza, a 40-year-old mother pretending to be 26 who navigates the publishing world and Brooklyn’s dating scene. Talk about art imitating life.
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US Weekly | Younger’s Sutton Foster: Liza Might Not Choose Josh or Charles

Credit: HomeGoodsWho will she choose? Liza Miller’s problems will continue to pile up on the upcoming season of Younger. Besides having to keep her real age a secret, the 26-year-old assistant (err, the 40-year-old single mother) will be stuck in a love triangle between her on-again tattoo artist beau Josh (Nico Tortorella) and her hunky older boss Charles Brooks (Peter Hermann). Leading lady Sutton Foster teased what her character should do next, exclusively with Us Weekly.
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