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  • Daniel Radcliffe is back on stage in “The Lifespan of a Fact”

    Manhattan—What do you get when you put a determined fact checker, a demanding boss and an unorthodox author in one room? Well, you get a comedy with three mega stars in the leading roles. Oji talks with the cast of the new Broadway play, “The Lifespan of a Fact,” for some fun, separating fact from fiction. The show, “The Lifespan of a Fact” is in previews at Studio 54.

  • The cast of ‘Pretty Woman: The Musical’ open up about the show’s iconic original tunes

    It’s been nearly three decades since “Pretty Woman “first hit the big screen, but the story still remains in people’s hearts. Now fans can watch the beloved movie again — but this time in musical form with “Pretty Woman: The Musical,” which is set to premiere on Friday on New York City. The romance centers around a wealthy businessman who hires an escort for the weekend then follows the unlikely pair’s love story. Andy Karl, a three-time Tony nominee, will play the […]

  • Bonnie Milligan is the breakout star of Broadway’s “Head Over Heels”

    NEW YORK—“Head Over Heels” is the latest rom-com to hit the Broadway stage, and it has some big star power behind it. The story is set to the iconic hits songs of the all female band, The Go-Go’s, with Gwyneth Paltrow as its producer. It’s a mashup of The Go-Go’s music and a Renaissance love story. And breakout star, Bonnie Milligan is “Head Over Heels” about playing Princess Pamela. “I mean, it’s my Broadway debut, so it’s a dream come […]

  • A closer look at breakout star, Ami Sheth, of the new hit show “Dietland”

    NEW YORK—Actress Ami Sheth fell in love with New York City at an early age. “I remember coming into the city when I was young and coming to see a show. It was always such a big deal, like NYC,” Sheth reflected. She is now starring in the sleeper hit show “Dietland” alongside Julianna Margulies. “It’s a modern feminist revenge fantasy, and it’s a great show made by Marti Noxon. Most of our writers are female, all of our directors […]

  • Actor Erich Bergen hits the stage in ‘Waitress’ for a special limited engagement

    NEW YORK — He’s in the hit show “Madame Secretary” and now actor Erich Bergen is serving up a great performance in the Broadway musical “Waitress” opposite Katharine McPhee. He invited PIX11 into his dressing room to talk about his latest role. You can catch Erich in “Waitress” through Aug. 12 and every Sunday in “Madame Secretary.” His concert is Sept. 30 at Sony Hall.

  • Armie Hammer’s Broadway debut in ‘Straight White Men’

    NEW YORK — Armie Hammer, best known for his Oscar-nominated performance in “Call Me by Your Name,” is making his Broadway debut in “Straight White Men.” The play is also making history for being the first play written by an Asian-American woman playwright to be produced on Broadway. The new show is about three brothers exploring value, identity and privilege while visiting their father over the Christmas holiday. This Second Stage Production, starring Armie Hammer, Josh Charles and Paul Schneider is […]

  • World famous violinist hits high notes in the classroom

    NEW YORK—You may not think you know Joshua Bell, but, you certainly know his music. From movie soundtracks, to his Grammy-winning recordings, and directing the Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields. “I grew up listening to so many of their records and made my first recording with them when I was 18 yrs old. And now here I am as the music director,” Bell exclaimed. The orchestra was created in 1958 , and, he is the only person to […]

  • Actress Carey Mulligan talks “Girls and Boys” Off Broadway show

    Carey Mulligan’s latest project has her, once again, mastering the New York stage. This time, it’s Off Broadway in a  one woman show. We spoke with the actress ahead of tonight’s opening of “Girls and Boys”. “Girls and Boys” opens tonight at the Minetta Lane Theater. Audible, which is one of the show’s producers, will also record and release the performance as an audio play to reach millions of listeners around the world.  

  • Hear from the stars of ‘My Fair Lady,’ up for 10 Tony Awards

    It is a classic and now My Fair Lady is back again for a whole new generation to experience. The Lincoln Center Theater production is nominated for 10 Tony Awards. Oji talked with two of the nominees, Dame Diana Rigg and Norbert Leo Butz. Both have won before, but are thrilled to be recognized for this show. Oji will be on the Tony’s red carpet at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday night.

  • Actor Tom Hollander back on stage, making audiences laugh in the Tony-nominated “Travesties”

    NEW YORK— Oji sat down with actor Tom Hollander in his dressing room, at the American Airlines Theater, to talk about his latest ventures on stage and screen. You can catch Oji on the Tony Awards Red Carpet this Sunday night with a complete wrap up on Monday morning. For more information on “Travesties” click here.  

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