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Broadway sweethearts Sutton Foster and Bobby Cannavale are coming off a big week: Both opened in shows that require them to remain. Last week, Sutton Foster turned other year-olds (including one played by Hilary Duff), and dates the aforementioned hunk. . of her subsequent relationship with actor Bobby Cannavale—whom she thanked in her. "Bobby Cannavale and I hugged in a way that suggested we both dated Sutton Foster. they walked off stage together: "they've both had sex with Sutton Foster.
John Turturro blew my mind, scared the shit out of me — exactly the kind of feeling I wanted to have in the theatre, and it was exactly the thing that I wanted to do. To be in something that scared people, that made them not sure if what was happening was real or not because I had no idea if he was going to jump off the stage and kill all of us, and it was very exciting to me.
And, totally on the other end of the spectrum — Evita.
I wanted to see Evita so bad because you know back then they used to run commercials a lot more for plays — they don't do that anymore — but I remember that commercial being like, "Oh my God.
I want to see that. I'm half-Cuban, half-Italian, and grew up in a very Latin household — in my mom's house, and my mom's Cuban — and I remember those commercials and being like, "Holy crap. That guy playing Che is Latino. So, that was one of the early ones that I went and saw that I loved.
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It was the first time I sat in the orchestra, and that blew my mind. That went down as like the best new play of my generation.
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I felt like I was watching the new Death of a Salesman or something. It felt eventful for me. A lot of the big, big, memorable moments in my life that I will never forget were in a theatre watching a performance or watching a play that really stuck with me and made me reaffirm more and more what I wanted to do with my life.
I don't have any expectations in this world and in this business. When I was a younger actor, I remember going to see things and saying, "Shit, I wish I could play that.
So there are things I want to do, but I don't hold out for them. The universe takes care of itself, and I've been very, very fortunate, and I don't question it too much. Do you think dating Sutton might want to make you do a musical?
I wanted to do a musical even since before I met Sutton. I'd like to do a musical, but I'd have to work hard to be able to manage to do eight shows a week — I think that's a whole other ball game. I think it's a whole other way to train your instrument that I'm not quite ready for. I could do it like once, but I don't think I could do eight shows.
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I would like to do that someday, yes. As [Millie], another of New York's prototypical small-town girls with big-city dreams, [Sutton Foster] appears unfazed by the burden of a character created onscreen by Julie Andrews. The newcomer takes the big stage with an uninhibited what-the-heck comfort level and the discipline to go with her instincts.
Foster is a big reason the show is just about the cutest thing to hit Broadway since Annie's dimples, with perkily retro songs by Jeanine Tesori and clever staging by director Michael Mayer Upon leaving, Foster did a concert version of Snoopy! She played Janet van de Graaff, a famous Broadway starlet who opts to forgo a stage career in favor of married life.
Foster participated in a reading of a work-in-progress new musical, Bonnie and Clyde: A Folktale, in June Her brother, Hunter is writing the music for this musical. The songs range from jazz to pop to cabaret to Broadway.Roadie - Official Trailer [HD]
Both were musically directed by Deborah Abramson. Anything Goes and branching out[ edit ] Foster played Reno Sweeney in the Broadway revival of Anything Goeswhich began performances on March 10, at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre and officially opened on April 7, She played former Las Vegas showgirl Michelle, who impulsively marries a man, moves to his small town, and begins teaching ballet lessons at her new mother-in-law's dance studio.
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