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These days, once you take your seat, the performers thank you for being there and let you know what to expect. In rhyme!
For a playwright and director, sharing an apartment with a husband who’s also a collaborator can get a little messy.
For the choreographer of “Come From Away” and “Escape to Margaritaville,” designing a home requires as much care as putting on a Broadway show.
When the choreographer finally got his dream house, it was during a nightmarish time in his life.
The lyricist of the Broadway show “Anastasia,” on the penthouse that convinced her to move to Midtown.
For the “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” actress, home is where the sirens blare. And she’s staying put.
When Beowulf Boritt and his wife bought a prewar fixer-upper, he used all the tricks he learned in the theater to redo it.
For the actress, a tidy alcove studio carpeted in white has room enough for everything that really matters.
For B.H. Barry, staging fights began as a sideline to acting. Now it’s who he is — and how he got that nice penthouse.
For Max von Essen, owning an apartment in New York was the first step. Then came the furnishings and the renovations — one for every show.
Twan — an 18-inch-long, roughly 10-pound blue-eyed doll with an alert expression — has appeared in five Broadway shows, including “Cinderella.”
The Grammy award winner lives with her husband and frequent collaborator, Robert Lopez, and their children in Brooklyn.
The creator of the theatrical spoof “Spamilton” has a home in Ivoryton, Conn.
Sara Bareilles, the Grammy and Tony-nominated singer-songwriter, lives in a two-bedroom rental in Lower Manhattan.
The Tony Award winner rents a one-bedroom with his wife, Nicolette Robinson, an actor and singer.
Victoria Clark, a Tony winner, has a new husband, a new home and a new role, directing.
How the actress Linda Emond made the most of her 200-square-foot studio on the Upper East Side.
The daughter of the composer Andrew Lloyd Webber follows her father’s advice and buys an apartment on the East Side.
A playwright’s longtime home bears his stamp — and that of the odd errant baseball.
The actor lives with his family in an ornate West Village brownstone.
The actress, a Tony nominee for “The Color Purple,” and an inmate on “Orange Is the New Black,” lives in a Brooklyn high-rise.
The Tony-winning actor lives with his dog in a prewar co-op.
Tony nominees talk about their preferred styles of bowing at curtain call and how they came to adopt them.
The Tony nominee lives with his wife, Veronica Vazquez-Jackson, an actress and singer.
A visit to the home of Terrence Mann, a star of the Broadway musical “Tuck Everlasting,” and his dancer/actress wife, Charlotte d’Amboise.
The actress lives with her husband, Joey Mazzarino, and their children on the Upper West Side.
The actress lives so close to Broadway she easily can slip home on matinee days. She plays Tevye’s wife in “Fiddler on the Roof.”
Actresses in several shows, including “Hamilton” and “Fiddler on the Roof,” demonstrate the power of real-life bonding in conveying authenticity.
Ms. Hilty, a star of “Noises Off” on Broadway, lives on the Upper West Side with her husband, Brian Gallagher, an actor and musician.
The actress Sierra Boggess, a star of “School of Rock,” lives on the Upper West Side.