Odds & Ends: Jerry O’Connell on Stripping for Living On Love & More

first_imgHere’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Broadway Faves Join Jessie Mueller at Carnegie Hall Haven Burton (Violet), Carly Hughes (Chicago) and George Salazar (Godspell) are among the Main Stem faves who will join the previously reported Tony and Grammy winner Jessie Mueller for Take The Stage with Broadway Stars. The interactive kids event, which will also feature Jessie’s big sister and Kinky Boots star Abby Mueller, is scheduled to take place at Carnegie Hall on April 18 and teach the music and moves to some of the toe-tapping-est shows of the Great White Way. Living on Love Lisa Kron & Quiara Alegría Hudes Board Residency Five  Fun Home scribe Lisa Kron and Quiara Alegría Hudes have joined off-Broadway’s Signature Theatre’s Residency Five program, which provides five-year residencies for multiple playwrights, guaranteeing three full productions of new work over the course of each playwright’s residency. The other artists currently in the program are Annie Baker, Martha Clarke, Will Eno, Katori Hall, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Kenneth Lonergan and Regina Taylor. Congratulations to them both! View Comments The Rockettes’ Designer Wardrobes Well this will help put the spectacle into spectacular! The Rockettes are set to don custom costumes designed by Diane von Furstenberg, Isaac Mizrahi and Zac Posen in New York Spring Spectacular. The show, starring Tony winner Laura Benanti and five-time Dancing with the Stars winner Derek Hough, is running through May 3 at Radio City Musical Hall. Related Shows Jerry O’Connell on Stripping Jerry O’Connell recently stopped by LIVE with Kelly and Michael for a hysterical chat about his return to Broadway in Living on Love, including details about his nude scene. Apparently the amount he reveals is “not like a late night cable movie” partly because his idea of a workout is to “sit on a ball with a milkshake.” Sounds like a perfectly good idea to us! Living on Love begins previews on April 1 at the Longacre Theatre. Show Closed This production ended its run on May 3, 2015last_img

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