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Road to the Tonys! See Sutton Foster, Julianne Hough & More on The Broadway Show

Paul Wontorek & Sutton Foster at New York's Morgan Library and Museum. (Photo by Lindsey Sullivan for Broadway.com) Awards season is in full swing, and The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal has your front seat! Before The Broadway Show airs nationwide this weekend, we're offering a first look at the episode. Hosted by Fadal, this episode will air in New York City on May 22 at 6:30PM ET on WPIX. Be on the lookout for The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal, the only nationally syndicated weekly theater news program, on your local TV station.
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Step Inside the Storied New York Home of Tony Award–Winning Actor Sutton Foster

Some people feel less is more. Others believe more is more. But when it came to decorating Tony Award–winning Broadway star Sutton Foster’s home, Grace Home Furnishings co-owner and interior designer Michael Ostrow says, “more is enough.” According to the Music Man star (who recently received another Tony nomination for her role), “I love working with him because there’s no fear—we just go for it.” Foster says her L.A.–based friend has impeccable taste and a “real sense of playfulness and whimsy.” And she should know, having having already collaborated with Ostrow on a 1969 A-frame in California, an apartment in Manhattan, and a crisp house in Greenwood Lake, New York.
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Sutton Foster and Kathleen Marshall on “Anything Goes”

Clip | Sutton Foster and Robert Lindsey perform “Friendship”. I was very lucky that I grew up in a home and with a family that was in love with the arts. I grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. My parents were both college professors, academics and my brother and sister...
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Roush Review: Tap-Happy Sutton Foster in Slap-Happy ‘Anything Goes’

To borrow from the great Cole Porter, you’ll get a kick out of Sutton Foster. As the brassy Reno Sweeney, the Younger star is positively ageless in a giddy revival of Porter’s 1930s musical, Anything Goes. When she’s not belting classic tunes (“You’re the Top,” “Blow, Gabriel, Blow”), Foster jokes and tirelessly taps her way into musical-comedy heaven. She beams and glows with delight as she delivers this timeless material with verve and blissfully old-fashioned showmanship.
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Sutton Foster and Robert Lindsey perform “Friendship”

♪♪ If you're ever down a well, ring my bell If you ever catch on fire, send a wire If you ever lose your teeth when you're out to dine ... borrow mine It's friendship, friendship Just a perfect blendship When other friendships have ceased to gel Ours will still be swell Lahdle-ahdle-ahdle, hep, hep, hep Oh I love that ♪♪ If they ever black your eyes, put me wise If they ever cook your goose, turn me loose If they ever put a bullet through your brain, I'll complain It's friendship, friendship Just a perfect blendship When other friendships go up in smoke Ours will still be oke Lahdle-ahdle-ahdle, goof, goof, goof Oh, God, it's stuck now.
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Broadway: Outer Critics Snub “Funny Girl,” Hugh Jackman, Sutton Foster, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Most Anyone Famous

Well, the Outer Critics Circle nominations are really Out There. The group made itself unimportant instantly by snubbing everyone famous on Broadway, and all the hits. They totally ignored “Funny Girl” and all its elements. They pissed on Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster, but gave “The Music Man” a nod for Best Revival of a Musical.
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Sutton Foster on Her Big Broadway Homecoming in The Music Man

Less than a year after the series finale of Younger aired in June 2021, Sutton Foster has made her way back to Broadway—for the 12th time. This go-round, the two-time Tony Award winner is tap-dancing across the stage as the spinster librarian Marian Paroo in the long-awaited revival of The Music Man at the Winter Garden Theatre. Given that this is Foster's first Broadway musical in nearly eight years—her most recent theater performance was in 2014's Violet—she's undergone a few dramatic shifts: Not only is she now the author of an autobiography, Hooked, but she's also become the mother of five-year-old Emily, whom she adopted with husband Ted Griffin.
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Hear from Hugh Jackman, Sutton Foster, Norm Lewis & More on The Broadway Show

Broadway.com Editor-in-Chief Paul Wontorek, Sutton Foster & Hugh Jackman on "The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal" Before The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal airs nationwide this weekend, we're offering a first look at the episode. Hosted by Emmy-winning anchor Fadal, this episode will air in New York City on February 20 at 6:30PM ET on WPIX. Be on the lookout for The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal, the only nationally syndicated weekly theater news program, on your local TV station.
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Review: Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster are the ultimate power couple in The Music Man

Ignorance, as they say is bliss. So is forgiveness. Either way, if you have little prior knowledge of Meredith Willson’s 1957 musical “The Music Man,” – or are willing to put your memories and preconceptions aside – it’s basically impossible not to be completely entertained by Jerry Zaks’ broadly comic, dance-heavy revival of the show, which has landed at the Winter Garden Theatre just in time to banish our long-winter blues. Read Full Review.
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Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster in ‘The Music Man’: Theater Review

For many theatergoers, this review will merely seem superfluous after the above headline. Two of Broadway’s most beloved stars appearing in a great American musical comedy to relieve us of our COVID doldrums. The revival of The Music Man was planned long before the pandemic, but its years-delayed arrival only serves to make it seem more essential for a badly battered Broadway sorely in need of spirit-lifting. The production seems not so much a theatrical enterprise as a public service, if you redefine public service to mean having to pay hundreds of dollars for a seat. Is it worth it? Apparently...
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Review: Hugh Jackman, Sutton Foster Light Up Broadway with Boffo “Music Man,” Star Studded Premiere

“The Music Man” revival that opened tonight at the Winter Garden is a crowd pleaser, a bright, lively blockbuster of a show with a Big Movie Star, Hugh Jackman, and a Big Broadway Star, Sutton Foster. The Jerry Zaks directed musical with phenomenal choreography by Warren Carlyle fills the enormous Winter Garden and gives a very intimate feel while at the same time expanding Meredith Wilson’s somewhat thin story until it fills the room.
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