All stories by Katherine Rosman on BroadwayStars

Thursday, June 10, 2021

In Covid’s Early Days, Her Loss Resonated. She Hopes Her Hope Does, Too. by Katherine Rosman

Amanda Kloots grieved in public when her husband Nick Cordero died. Now she is sharing the rest of her story in “Live Your Life.”

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Thursday, April 9, 2020

What Can You Do for People in Crisis? Put on a Seder Show by Katherine Rosman

A homebound team of Oscar, Tony and Emmy winners are cooking up “Saturday Night Seder,” a streaming Passover event that is part variety show, fund-raiser and theatrical experience.

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Thursday, October 10, 2019

Being Bella? Harvey Fierstein Doesn’t Need a Dress to Try by Katherine Rosman

Fierstein is no stranger to portraying women onstage. This time, he’s skipping the drag to play the outspoken politician Bella Abzug. Why him? He’s got an answer.

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Thursday, April 5, 2018

There’s No Seder Like a Showbiz Seder by Katherine Rosman

On the fourth night of Passover, Tony winners and their friends gathered for an a cappella version of “Go Down Moses” and many other surprises.

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Saturday, July 1, 2017

Encounters: How a ‘Hamilton’ Super Fan Got Cast in the Broadway Show by Katherine Rosman

He grew up watching Michael Jackson videos in Athens, Tex. Now J. Quinton Johnson is rapping in Broadway’s hottest production, asked to audition before he’d seen it.

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Rowan Blanchard: The Unlikely Evolution of a Disney Star by Katherine Rosman

Rowan Blanchard takes to Instagram and Twitter to help her overcome the child Disney star stereotype. And it seems to be working.

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Sunday, June 19, 2016

Night Out: Behind the Scenes With Lin-Manuel Miranda and Family on Tonys Night by Katherine Rosman

The clothes. The jewels. The sonnet. A madcap weekend at the Mandarin Oriental before “Hamilton” wins big.

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Saturday, March 19, 2016

A Mother’s Death, a Daughter’s Life: Remembering Natalie Wood by Katherine Rosman

She lost her mother when she was 11 years old. Three decades later, Natasha Gregson Wagner has decided it’s time to talk about it.

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