Edge Media Network | ‘Younger’ Star Sutton Foster :: Her Heart is in the Theater

Photo credit: Stephen SorokoffToday Sutton Foster is best-known as the star of TV Land’s hit comedy “Younger,” in which she plays a 40-year old passing as a millennial; but her older fans know her as the triple-threat Broadway Baby in a string of hit musicals, which include her Tony-award winning performances in 2002’s “Thoroughly Modern Millie” and her knockout turn as Reno Sweeney in Kathleen Marshall’s revival of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes” in 2011.
[…] “My heart is always in the theater,” Foster groggily said last week in a phone interview. “I’m under the covers, in my bed in New York, I just landed in New York last night. I was working with a musical theater summer school for three weeks in New Zealand, then a vacation, because I’ve never been. Then I did a concert in Sydney of music by Stephen Schwartz. It was so exciting to sing an evening of his songs, he was there and it was so great to celebrate his work.”
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