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We’ve updated the Sutton Foster Fan Gallery with caps from the last 2 episodes of Younger.




Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Younger > 111 “Hot Mitzvah”
Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Younger > 112 “The Old Ma’am and the C”

Colleen   Jun 21, 2015
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TheWrap: What was the toughest scene you had to do this season?
Sutton Foster: Probably the most challenging scene was the confrontation scene with Josh after he finds out the truth. We have this scene in the bar where I come clean and I’ve told him that I’m actually much older and I’ve been lying to him, and we have this very sort of intense scene where I try to explain myself but his character is like, “It’s not about the age, it’s about the lie. It’s about the fact that you’ve been lying to me this whole time. Nothing is real.” So that was the toughest scene to shoot, just because Nico [Tortorella], who plays Josh, and I have become really good friends, and when we shot this scene, we stayed away from each other the whole time. Usually, we hang out between takes, but now we were on opposite sides of the bar. I still remember that day. I was like, “oh shit, he’s not going to talk to me.” And then when we were done, we were like, “okay, can we be friends again?” It was just sort of an intense moment, but it all kind of came together really beautifully.
Which was the most fun?
Probably when the cast takes molly in episode 11. I’ve never taken molly, so I didn’t really know. It was really silly. We did this whole “hot mitzva” sequence, and we were in this hot warehouse for two days. It was primarily the whole cast and we were all together and it was just sort of towards the end when we were wrapping up the season. It was fun to be together, sort of going through this fake experience together. You think, “Oh, we get paid to do this?” So it was definitely a highlight.

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Colleen   Jun 21, 2015
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Some new photos added to the Sutton Foster Fan Gallery from the 2015 Tony Awards.


Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Events > 2015 > 06-07: 2015 Tony Awards

Colleen   Jun 9, 2015
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The last couple of episodes of Younger are capped and added to the Sutton Foster Fan Gallery.


Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Younger > 107 “Broke and Pantyless”
Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Younger > 108 “Sk8″
Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Younger > 109 “I’m With Stupid”
Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Younger > 110 “The Boy With the Dragon Tattoo”

Colleen   May 31, 2015
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It will be two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster, rather than six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald, who will join the Boston Pops for evenings at Symphony Hall June 2-3.

According to a posting on the official Boston Pops website, “Sutton Foster replaces Audra McDonald, who regrettably had to cancel due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict, on both the Presidents at Pops program on June 3 and as a featured guest on the Boston Pops program on June 2.”

Keith Lockhart will conduct the famed orchestra for both performances.

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Colleen   May 23, 2015
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Colleen   May 20, 2015
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Some big updates to the Sutton Foster Fan Gallery with photos from the 30th Annual Lucille Lortel Awards.


Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Events > 2015 > 05-10: 30th Annual Lucille Lortel Awards

Colleen   May 11, 2015
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Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Events > 2015 > 05-04: The New York Pops 32nd Birthday Gala

Colleen   May 6, 2015
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Colleen   May 6, 2015
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Zap2it: Did your experience on “Bunheads” help prepare you for “Younger”?

Sutton Foster: Oh, yeah. That was my first big television thing, and a lot of that dialogue was so Herculean that I was sort of overwhelmed. It taught me so much about how to exist in a TV world. It was like a very intense freshman year in college, and it completely helped me be prepared heading into “Younger.” Even from the first day on this set, I felt more confident and more at ease.

Zap2it: Your “Younger” character won’t be singing and dancing. Were you adamant about that?

Sutton Foster: It’s not like that was a deal-breaker or anything. “Bunheads” was a perfect transition show for me, because it used all my background in dancing and singing. With “Younger,” I wanted to do something that was purely character- and story-driven, and frankly, I didn’t think it would make sense to have Liza sing.

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Colleen   May 6, 2015
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