Hear From Nathan Lane, Oscar Isaac, Rachel Brosnahan and More on The Broadway Show
Before the highly anticipated airing of “The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal ” this weekend, featuring ‘Star Insights,’ we’re excited to provide an exclusive sneak peek of the upcoming episode. Hosted by the accomplished Emmy Award-winning journalist Tamsen Fadal, this show has garnered significant attention for its in-depth coverage of the theater world.
This particular episode is scheduled to premiere in New York City on March 5 at 4:30PM ET, broadcasted on WPIX. Audiences in New York will have the privilege of being among the first to view this installment, which promises to bring fascinating insights and behind-the-scenes stories from the luminous world of Broadway.
“The Broadway Show” stands out as the only nationally syndicated weekly theater news program, making it a unique and invaluable source for theater enthusiasts across the country. It offers viewers a window into the vibrant and dynamic world of Broadway, featuring exclusive interviews with stars, sneak peeks at upcoming shows, and insightful commentary on the latest developments in the theater industry.
Featured this week:
- Host Tamsen Fadal sits down with three-time Tony winner Nathan Lane to talk about returning to Broadway in Pictures From Home, his Emmy-winning turn on Only Murders in the Building and more in the Rosevale Cocktail Room at the Civilian.
- Watch stars Colton Ryan and Anna Uzele discuss the brand new musical New York, New York, featuring a score by John Kander, Fred Ebb and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
- Broadway.com Editor-in-Chief Paul Wontorek catches up with screen stars Oscar Isaac and Rachel Brosnahan to talk about taking on The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window.
- Learn about the new revival of Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot, which includes a new book by Oscar and Emmy winner Aaron Sorkin.
- Correspondent Perry Sook takes viewers inside Broadway staple Ellen’s Stardust Diner and speaks with one of their talented performers and servers, Starduster Mitch Gray.
- Get to know Aladdin’s new Princess Jasmine, Sonya Balsara.
To find out where The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal airs nationally, head here.
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