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25
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The Cabaret kicks off its 2015 season on January 24th, with two-time Tony winner, six-time Tony nominee, and television star Sutton Foster. Thanks to the generous support of The Lacy Foundation, Foster promises to enchant with an intimate evening of songs from her gleaming Broadway career and solo albums Wish and An Evening with Sutton Foster: Live at Café Carlyle.

Sutton has starred in eleven Broadway shows, from The Drowsy Chaperone to Shrek the Musical, as well as her Tony Award-winning performances in Anything Goes and Thoroughly Modern Millie. As a solo artist, she has graced the stages of Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Café Carlyle, and Joe’s Pub, among others. On television, Foster starred in ABC’s Bunheads and is currently filming the TV Land sitcom Younger, premiering in January.

Other Broadway stars featured in the season include Mandy Gonzalez (Wicked, In The Heights) in her electrifying cabaret show,Love All Ways; and Tony and Golden Globe winner, Linda Lavin, (Broadway Bound, Gypsy, The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife,Collected Stories) in her show Linda Lavin…Now.

Mandy Gonzales will also conduct a public master class for aspiring talent on Saturday, February 21st.

The Cabaret celebrates jazz and The Great American Songbook with one of the hippest new jazz groups today, The Hot Sardines, along with acclaimed vocalists Tony DeSare in his show Night Life and Spencer Day in The Mystery of You.

 

Nov
19
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New event photos in the Sutton Foster Fan Gallery from the opening night of “Side Show.”


Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Events > 2014 > 11-18: “Side Show” Broadway Opening Night

 

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18
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Nov
07
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Tituss Burgess and Rachel Bay Jones (Pippin) will join Sutton Foster, Laura Osnes, Christian Borle, Hugh Panaro, Taylor Richardson, John Bolton and Julia Murney in Best in Shows, a star-studded cabaret evening to benefit the Humane Society of New York on November 9 at New World Stages. Hosted and with Music Direction by Seth Rudetsky, Best in Shows will be presented by Dorothy and Bill Berloni.

The benefit evening begins at 7:30 pm with a cabaret show followed by a post-performance reception with cast members (for VIP guests) at New World Stages. Best in Shows will feature performances by Sutton Foster (Violet), Laura Osnes (Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella), Christian Borle (Peter and the Starcatcher), Hugh Panaro (The Phantom of the Opera), Taylor Richardson (Annie), Julia Murney (The Wild Party) and John Bolton (A Christmas Story), Tituss Burgess (The Little Mermaid and “30 Rock”) and Rachel Bay Jones (Pippin), joined by surprise two and four legged guests.

Generous support for Best in Shows is provided by BC/EFA.

Tony Award honored animal trainer Bill Berloni’s animals have starred in some of Broadway, television and Hollywood’s biggest shows and movies, starting with the original Sandy in Annie in 1977, to today’s newest Sandy, the star of the upcoming movie of Annie, produced by Jay-Z and Will Smith. Bill and Dorothy Berloni met over twenty years ago and have been rescuing and training animals ever since. Their animals, all rescued, have starred on Broadway, television and in Hollywood. Bill and Dorothy focus their efforts on helping the Humane Society of New York, where Bill is Director of Animal Behavior and Training. For the first time ever, they are bringing their two worlds together, the Humane Society of New York and Broadway to help raise money for animals in need.

The Humane Society of New York has been a presence in New York City for over 100 years, caring for animals in need when illness, injury or homelessness strikes. Founded In 1904 to protect the city’s horses against abuse, the Society soon expanded to include a free medical clinic and adoption center for cats and dogs. Today the Humane Society hospital and Vladimir Horowitz and Wanda Toscanini Horowitz Adoption Center help more than 38,000 dogs and cats annually.

Best in Shows will be held on Sunday, November 9 at 7:30 pm at New World Stages, 340 W. 50th Street (between 8th & 9th Avenues). Tickets for the show are $75 and $125; VIP benefit tickets are $200 and include the show and post-performance reception with cast members. Tickets are available by calling Telecharge at (212) 239-6200 or online at Telecharge.com. For further information, visit http://www.humanesocietyny.org.

 

Oct
26
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She got fat boy’s famous arrow! Tony winner Sutton Foster and screenwriter Ted Griffin celebrate their wedding on October 25 in Santa Barbara, California. The two got engaged in August 2013.

Foster took home Tony awards for her performances in Anything Goes and Thoroughly Modern Millie. She was also nominated for Violet, Shrek, The Drowsy Chaperone and Little Women. Her TV credits include Bunheads and TVLand’s Younger, which premieres on January 13, 2015. Griffin’s screenwring credits include Ocean’s Eleven, Tower Heist, Matchstick Men and Ravenous.

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03
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21
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Tony winner Sutton Foster and the cast of her newest project, TV Land’s Younger, shared a sneak peek at the pilot episode of the fresh and funny sitcom on September 19 at New York City’s Soho House. The show, which Foster previously described to Broadway.com as “Tootsie but with age,” follows 40-year-old Liza, a single mom who passes herself off as 26 in order to land a job in publishing.

The Broadway favorite, who begins filming the new series on September 22, says she was excited about the show from first blush. “Usually when I get a script, I look at a couple of pages and then whatever,” Foster says, “but with this I sat down in my kitchen and read it all in one sitting. I remember thinking, ‘This is great: She’s kind of dorky and awkward and is trying to reinvent herself…I can do that!’”

Foster’s having a ball channeling her inner 20-something. “When I was 26, I was in rehearsals for Millie,“ she says. “I was gratefully working in my 20s, and I never really thought of myself as hip, so this is really fun. The cool thing about it is that I get to keep all of the maturity and intelligence that I have as a 40-year-old.”

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