In this Q&A with Younger’s Foster and Peter Hermann, the two-time Tony winner reveals the show that reduced her to sobs and just what makes the chemistry between their on-screen personas so intense.
[…] At the end of the day, Younger (from the creator of Sex and the City) is about its leading lady and the power and necessity of indestructible friendship. We caught up with Foster and her co-star Peter Hermann to talk about their characters’ palpable chemistry, the allure of Liza and Charles, the theatre they’ve been enjoying while filming in New York, and unforgettable theatrical experiences.
Only in New York! The cast of Thoroughly Modern Millie reunited for a concert to benefit the Actors Fund on February 12 at the Minskoff Theatre. Original stars Sutton Foster, Gavin Creel and more made the audiences swoon with the one-night-only performance of the Tony-winning musical. Broadway.com photographer Emilio Madrid-Kuser captured the company on their big night. Take a peek at the glam portraits, and view the entire gallery here!
Fifteen years after Thoroughly Modern Millie first took Broadway, she’s back in the Big Apple again.
Sutton Foster reprised her Tony-winning role in a reunion concert staging of the hit musical on Monday night, with proceeds benefitting The Actors Fund. She was joined by other members of the original Broadway cast, including Gavin Creel (Jimmy) and Harriet Harris (Mrs. Meers), along with Marc Kudisch, Francis Jue, Megan McGinnis, Anne Nathan, and Sheryl Lee Ralph. Original director Michael Mayer, choreographer Rob Ashford, and musical director Michael Rafter also returned for the reunion show, as did many members of the band playing on the Minskoff Theatre stage.
Only in New York! Sutton Foster is set to reprise her Tony-winning turn as Millie Dillmount alongside fellow original cast members of the 2002 Tony-winning Best Musical Thoroughly Modern Millie in a one-night 15th-anniversary reunion concert. Set to benefit the Actors Fund, the concert will take place on February 12 at 7:30pm at the Minskoff Theatre. Foster will be joined by original leading man and Hello, Dolly! Tony winner Gavin Creel as Jimmy Smith and more originals performing Jeanine Tesori and Dick Scanlan’s Tony-nommed score.
The New Group has released production photos from its off-Broadway production of Sweet Charity, starring Tony winner Sutton Foster. The currently running musical is set to play through January 8 at the Pershing Square Signature Center following a November 20 opening. In addition, a special benefit performance will take place on January 5 at 7:30pm, with all proceeds benefiting the New Group’s musical development and education programs.
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