“MARY POPPINS is bringing its own brand of Broadway magic to theaters across the country, which has the Daily News calling it a “Roof-Raising, Toe-Tapping, High-Flying Extravaganza!” This spectacular hit has astonished over seven million people worldwide with its pure Broadway magic. With four productions currently running on three continents, MARY POPPINS is one of the biggest stage musical successes in recent years to come out of London and New York. ”
Click thru for our chat with Bird Woman/Miss Andrews – Karen Murphy.
Alex Karpovsky is a name to get to know as he’s showcased he’s a talented writer, director, & actor (amongst other things). The busy Boston native is seen on HBO’s award-winning GIRLS series, one movie out now and two others coming out later this week, he’ll be at SXSW with another film and he’s in the upcoming Coen Brothers film. Alex took part in a fun phone call interview where we discuss all of that and much much more. Click thru for my chat with Writer/Director/Actor Alex Karpovsky.
Catch Me If You Can is at the Music Hall at Fair Park through February 24th and is a must-see show! PSD was able to chat with one of the talented stars of the show. Amy Burgmaier plays Brenda’s Bayou Country mom Carol, Principal Owing, Bank Teller and one of the Skyway Stewardess. Click through for our chat with Amy Burgmaier.
This Sunday Night the great comedian, actress, activist and downright awesome lady that is Lily Tomlin will be at the Winspear Opera House for one-night only! I was able to chat with the icon about her Texas Ties, the dynamics of her show, and her work on stage, TV and Film. Click thru for the interview and also information about how to win a pair of tickets to the show on Sunday.
“XSR:Die! takes place backstage at a Broadway theatre. It’s opening night of a new play by famed playwright, Clayton Farrell. The tyrannical director, Douglas Mallory, wants to make a last-minute change to the climactic scene of the play. A shot rings out and someone falls dead! Fortunately for the killer, Harry Hunsacker (would-be actor turned would-be detective) has stumbled into the wrong theatre, and things just get a lot more complicated!”
Click Thru for our chat with Lead/Creator Kurt Kleinmann who plays Harry Hunsacker and Director Michael Serrecchia.
Brazil’s 2012 Oscar selection for Best Foreign Film is Writer/Director Selton Mello‘s entertaining The Clown. The young writer,director and actor has created a moving humorous look into the circus world, in particular the father-son relationship of two clowns. Selton discussed his film, his career and much more, click thru for the interview.