Rufus Sewell is not interested in being your ordinary villain

Rufus Sewell is the guy you most likely recognize as “that British bad guy” from one of his many theatre, television, or film projects. With the trademark British accent that marks villains in most American movies (damn you Revolutionary War!!) blue eyes, black hair, and cheekbones that could cut glass, he was the guy you…

The Disney/Comic Con musical you didn’t know you wanted

Theatre and Comic Con, when you think about it, of course they go together so well.  Crazy ethusiatic fans, wearing costumes of their favorite characters, and getting into arguments and debating all the actions and dialouge.  Honestly, they sound like they have a lot in common. So on this third day after Comic Con has…

THE AWESOMES tease with talk of famous friends, and a musical episode

​​THE AWESOMES is back for season three on HULU with more voices of famous friends, and a musical episode!  I had a chance to chat with the Hulu animated series’ cast and creators, including co-creator and star Seth Meyers, co-creator Mike Shoemaker, and stars Ike Barinholtz, and Paula Pell. One of the episodes to really look forward…

Jeremy Jordan joins the DC Universe in “Supergirl”

From Broadway musicals like NEWSIES, to movie musicals like THE LAST FIVE YEARS, and singing on the small screen in SMASH, Jeremy Jordan is no stranger to heighten realities.  There is no more heightened reality than the super hero universe, which is where he finds himself now in SUPERGIRL, as Winslow Schott the best friend…

Updated! There’s no freeze on creativity this winter…

Now updated with ANOTHER cool Frozen video! This one featuresJosh Gad, Jonathon Groff, and Kristen Bell as they try to explain how they made the film! You know it, I know it, I doubt there is anyone in the world who does not know something, a line, a lyric, or a melody from the hit…

Singing and dancing dinosaurs at Comic Con…whats not to love?

I have a few questions for you about theatre.  Do you ever watch one of your favorite movies, but sometimes wish there was a musical version of it that you could see live?  Do you ever wonder if you could get all that musical theatre goodness in a shorter, funnier, format that skips the boring…