The role wasn't handed to him though: Tovey still had to put himself on tape.
“I did 10 versions, all American accents, and then as I was leaving, I said, ‘Let’s do one British quickly because I’m going to leave and they’re going to want me to do one with a British accent.’ So I did it and they said, ‘We love the Brit!
EICHNER: I came out to my parents when I was a junior in college. They were more concerned with why I wasn’t dating anyone. I grew up in Queens, so when the Mets won the World Series that year, it was a big deal. RANNELLS: The only thing that gets annoying is when people say, “He’s so brave that he’s doing this.” The brave thing gets a big eye roll. What do you think of Americans’ attitudes toward gay characters now? If you talk to young gay people, younger than us, they don’t want to watch a show about seven gay guys who don’t integrate with the world.
I still like guys that look like he did at that moment.
This is easily my number one play to see this season.” Miss Saigon belter Eva Noblezada will saaang in the heart of the Theater District at swanky venue Green Room 42.
The Tony nominee’s concert, titled Girl No More, will include a super colorful set list.
What’s better than snuggling under the covers and binge-watching Groffsauce being a total, crime-solving badass? “I love seeing Jonathan Groff onstage singing his heart out, but I’m stoked he’s getting in on the Netflix game.
David Fincher’s Mindhunter looks terrifyingly good. My fingers are crossed for a Groff Emmy nom.” Torch Song, the eagerly anticipated reboot of Harvey Fierstein’s award-winning play Torch Song Trilogy, stars Michael Urie and Mercedes Ruehl.
You never know what the artists taking the stage will have in store! Every year is packed with surprise arrangements of classics and fresh takes on new songs. Conway and her children’s lives are tragically transformed.
As a regular concert goer and a theater junkie–Elsie Fest hits the sweet spot." Downtown Abbey star Elizabeth Mc Govern returns to the Great White Way as Mrs. The production, which is playing at the American Airlines Theatre, raises alarming questions regarding chance, choice and destiny.
Is there really such a thing as the gay mafia in Hollywood? Dating can be painful, can be great, can be confusing, can be weird, but I don’t do it online because I’m not really an online person. RANNELLS: It’s only a problem if they create a problem.