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Mar
29
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The Tony-winning Broadway star has her Carrie Bradshaw moment in TV Land’s new series, which asks: If you could relive your 20s, would you? (Her answer: Hell, no.)
Last week, Sutton Foster turned 40. She was really happy about that.

She knows she was happy about that because—in ways that most women, and especially actresses, don’t have to—she was forced to contemplate her feelings about hitting the milestone in a very public forum.

Therapy by way of entertainment journalists.

The inadvertent psychoanalyzing is a byproduct of the two-time Tony-winning Broadway actress’s latest role, as the lead in TV Land’s new comedy Younger, from Sex and the City creator Darren Starr. Foster plays Liza, a recently divorced 40-year-old who is unable to find a job in the publishing world, where she is dismissed as irrelevant because of her age and 15 years as a stay-at-home mom.

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Mar
19
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BIG Happy Birthday to Sutton – may the next year bring everything and more you wish for!

 

Mar
10
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In addition to these high-caliber Broadway productions, Des Moines Performing Arts will co-present SUTTON FOSTER IN CONCERT with the Des Moines Symphony on Feb. 20, 2016 at the Civic Center. Foster is a two-time Tony Award winner who will perform songs from the great American songbook including Cole Porter, Stephen Sondheim and many more!

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Feb
26
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You can now watch the pilot of Younger HERE

 

Feb
24
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Sutton Foster, Alan Cumming & Kelli O’Hara Set for Pops
Broadway vets Sutton Foster, Alan Cumming, Kelli O’Hara, Bebe Neuwirth, Donna Murphy and Rachel York will headline a gala concert at Carnegie Hall on May 4. Under the baton of music director Steven Reineke, the previously reported tribute performance will mark the New York Pops’ 32nd birthday and highlight the work of supremely talented siblings Kathleen Marshall and Rob Marshall. Additional artists will be announced later. How do we sneak into this one?!

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Feb
11
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Two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster will perform in the “Shine a Light on Children’s Mental Health” benefit concert at Westport’s Country Playhouse in Connecticut, the Westport Daily Voice reports.

Presented Feb. 12, the event supports the Child Guidance Center of Mid-Fairfield County, which provides services to more than 2,000 children yearly. It will also include musical performances by Adam Kaplan (Newsies) and Adam Christoferson (“Musical Intervention”) and theatre and chorus groups from Norwalk’s Brien McMahon High School, Broadway Bootcamp, Greens Farms Academy in Westport, Music Theatre of Connecticut, New Canaan High School, Staples High School, Weston High School, Wilton High School and Redding’s Wiremill Academy.

Foster has previously starred on Broadway in Violet, Anything Goes, Shrek the Musical, Young Frankenstein, Little Women, The Drowsy Chaperone and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Her TV work has included “Bunheads,” “Psych” and “Flight of the Conchords.” (Click here to read Playbill.com’s interview with Foster about the Encores! Off-Center production of Violet.)

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Jan
13
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Sutton Foster Fan Gallery > Events > 2015 > 01-10: 2015 Winter TCA Tour – Day 4

 

Dec
29
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Dec
16
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From July 15 to 18, Sutton Foster will star in Andrew Lippa’s Jazz Age musical “The Wild Party,” which had its initial run in 2000, the same season that another production based on the same material ran on Broadway.

Ms. Foster, a two-time Tony winner (for “Thoroughly Modern Millie” and “Anything Goes”) played the title character of “Violet” in the “Encores! Off-Center” series in 2013. She went on to be nominated for a Tony award for the role when the production had a full run on Broadway this year.

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Dec
08
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