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Is it okay if I touch you? … The Bridges of Madison County

Well…writing about The Bridges of Madison County so long after it’s closed and even after Jason Robert Brown winning two of his Tony Awards for it seems so wrong and anachronistic, but sometimes I’m a little slow with things and that’s why I really want to do it (because – as I have expressed… 952 more words

Theater Thoughts

Steven Pasquale will appear on 'The Good Wife'

Well, if Alicia does decide to take Eli Gold’s advice and run for state’s attorney, it looks like she’ll have a little help.

EW has confirmed that… 107 more words

TV

The Good Wife Casts Steven Pasquale as Alicia's Possible [Spoiler]

Steven Pasquale can look forward to a very Good autumn.

The Rescue Me and Do No Harm vet will join the cast of CBS’ The Good Wife… 122 more words

Casting News

It All Fades Away

There’s something I love more than reading – pizza and going to the theatre. Not the movie theatre – Broadway theatre. Musical theatre, specifically. Unfortunately, theatre tix are 500 times more expensive than a book & I’m not (insert obscenely rich person’s name here) so I go to as many shows as I can which never feels like enough. 456 more words

Favorite Things

diva day - kelli o'hara

It’s been a long time since one of these posts as the Tony Awards took over much of my brain space these past few months. If this is your first Diva Day post, it may help you to understand what we mean by “diva”: 438 more words

Broadway

The Tony Awards ...Bridges of Madison County and Big Fish

Usually, The Tony Awards are one of the highlights of my year. This year, I am a little torn. I honor all the nominees and take nothing from any of them — I worship their dedication and work, but I am horrified by the fact that… 154 more words

Personal Journey

Tony Time!

Check out this Tony-centric Blog by monthly Blog Contributor  Gretchen Bieber!

Tony Time

Growing up, I loved awards shows. I would watch The Golden Globes, The Emmy’s, The Grammy’s, and The Oscar’s until every grateful tear had been shed. 450 more words

The Broadway Warm-Up