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Lauren Lapkus, Krysta Rodriguez to Lead CBS Comedy Pilot ‘Sober Companion’

Click here to read the full article. Lauren Lapkus and Krysta Rodriguez are set for the lead roles in the CBS multi-cam comedy pilot “Sober Companion,” Variety has learned. Rodriguez will play Eliza, described as a fun-loving, quick-witted alcoholic who runs a bookstore/bar with her uncle in New Orleans. After one too many run-ins with the law, she is assigned a court-appointed Sober Companion who will force her to confront her demons, get her act together, and stay sober, all while driving her completely nuts. Lapkus will play Shelley, Eliza’s Sober Companion. She is a joyful, high-spirited oddball. Her methods are a bit unconventional,...
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Krysta Rodriguez Lands Lead Role In Romantic Comedy ‘Out Of Order’

Click here to read the full article. Actress and singer Krysta Rodriguez (Halston) has joined the cast of Out Of Order, a new comedy starring Brandon Routh, Sam Huntington and Brooke Shields. Routh, who starred as Superman/Clark Kent in Superman Returns, and in The CW’s TV series DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will star as John Slater, an unsuccessful lawyer on a mission to win back his model girlfriend, played by Tao Okamoto, while juggling the most challenging case of his career. Huntington who was most recently in NBC’s Good Girls, will play a best friend and co-worker while Shields’ character is...
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JASON ALEXANDER, ANNALEIGH ASHFORD, CAPATHIA JENKINS, ROBIN DE JESÚS, JEREMY JORDAN, ANDY KARL, ROSIE O’DONNELL, ORFEH, KRYSTA RODRIGUEZ, BRUCE VILANCH … AND MANY MORE… JOIN BROADWAY PODCAST NETWORK’S THE GREAT BROADWAY GAME SHOW COMPETITION

It’s all dish and sparkle as your favorite Broadway celebs put their musical theatre chops to the test in The Great Broadway Game Show Competition, the latest from the Broadway Podcast Network! The Great Broadway Game Show Competition first two episodes are now available exclusively from the Broadway Podcast Network wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. Find it weekly at BPN.FM/Gameshow.
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RuPaul to Star in VH1 Christmas Movie Alongside Krysta Rodriguez, Ginger Minj, and More

Entertainment Weekly reports that VH1 has a new Christmas movie that will be sashaying its way onto our TVs and into our hearts. We hope you’ve added 20 Drag Race stars to your holiday wish list because that's what VH1 will be delivering to you! RuPaul has brought together a giant ensemble of fan favorites for his newest Christmas comedy film, The Bitch Who Stole Christmas.

Neil Patrick Harris, David Harbour and Krysta Rodriguez Attend The Public Theater Gala in New York City

The Delacorte Theater, Central Park’s open air amphitheater home to New York City’s Shakespeare in the Park, contains nearly 2,000 seats. Each summer, those seats hold New Yorkers who’ve come to commune with the Public Theater’s free summer ritual—an exercise, the theater’s late founder Joe Papp would argue, in public art as democracy.  “Over the past year and a half, all of us have liked to say, ‘the Delacorte isn’t empty. It’s full of hope that we’ll all be together again,’” The Public’s board chair Arielle Tepper said before the final performance of this summer’s “Merry Wives” Monday evening. “I just...
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Krysta Rodriguez on Playing Liza Minnelli and How ‘Smash’ Prepared Her for ‘Halston’

“Getting out of my own head should be the title of my autobiography.”. That’s the first thing Krysta Rodriguez says in a Zoom conversation about her new role as the legendary Liza Minnelli in Netflix’s limited series “Halston.” To be fair, though, this quick quip is in response to a question posed about whether preparing to portray such a well-known figure is as much mental as it is physical.