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Sutton Foster|Bring Me to Light, a concert filmed live at City Center featuring the two-time Tony winner, will premiere April 28 at 7 PM ET, with on-demand viewing available through May 31.
This week on The Spark File, Susan and Laura dig in deep with Uber Maker Sutton Foster. In addition to her TONY Award winning career on Broadway, and in film, television, and music, Sutton is a maker extraordinaire — cross stitching, crocheting, drawing, teaching and writing. Her upcoming book (tentatively called HOOKED: How Crafting Saved My Life) is all about her life seen through the things she has made. Sutton shares with us just how powerful it is to always have something of your own.
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The star-packed Broadway revival of The Music Man has set new Broadway dates again due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of the announcement that all Broadway productions will now stay on hold through May 30, 2021, the revival will now begin performances on December 20, 2021 and officially open on February 10, 2022.
[…] Two time Tony Award winner and star of the hit television show, Younger, Sutton Foster shares her path to becoming a mom. After struggling with infertility for years, choosing adoption brought her incredible daughter into her life and the knowledge that this path was always meant to be. Between balancing motherhood, life on the set of Younger, and a much anticipated return to Broadway in The Music Man, Sutton openly and honestly shares the emotional rollercoaster of the life of a working artist mother.
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After the first two episodes of A Million Little Things’ in 2020, we have some big questions about Eric (Jason Ritter). And maybe his dead fiancée can give them to us?
Sutton Foster is guest starring as Chloe in Episode 12 of Season 2, “Guilty,” airing February 6, and TV Insider has an exclusive first look at her with Eric — on a motorcycle, which could be the prelude to a tragic event.
For her episode of What I Wore When, Sutton talks about how she dressed when she auditioned for Younger—a job she said she really, really wanted to book. She explained that she had to prove she could pull off playing a 20-somerthing but also a woman in her 40s, and so the resulting outfit had to work overtime. We also talked about the fashion on the show (which some fans have compared to Sex and the City in its approach to the characters’ style), her exceptional career on Broadway—catch her this fall in The Music Man alongside Hugh Jackman, and how in some ways, caring less about you wear to auditions can be an asset.