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Broadway Stars Step Out for Lucille Lortel Awards, Honoring the Best of Off-Broadway!

Reeve Carney poses for a photo with Hadestown co-star Eva Noblezada while attending the 2019 Lucille Lortel Awards on Sunday (May 5) in New York City.

The awards show honors outstanding achievement in Off-Broadway shows and stars from the Broadway community came out to show support.

Kiss Me Kate‘s Stephanie Styles presented an award alongside Ain’t Too Proud‘s Jeremy Pope, who was joined by co-star Ephraim Sykes.

Reeve and Eva‘s co-star Patrick Page was joined at the show by his wife, Trading SpacesPaige Davis.

Be More Chill stars Will Roland, Stephanie Hsu, and Katlyn Carlson were in attendance to support their show, as well as co-star George Salazar, who won Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical. The show is now on Broadway!

Also in attendance were The Cher Show‘s Stephanie J. Block, To Kill a Mockingbird‘s Jeff Daniels, The Prom‘s Beth Leavel and Caitlin Kinnunen, Head Over HeelsBonnie Milligan, Beetlejuice‘s Leslie Kritzer, The Phantom of the Opera‘s Jay Armstrong Johnson, as well as Judith Light, Annaleigh Ashford, and Superhero nominee Kate Baldwin.

FYI: Stephanie S. is wearing a Self-Portrait dress.

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Broadway's 'Be More Chill' Cast Celebrates Opening Night - See Photos!

The new musical Be More Chill is now open on Broadway and the cast stepped out to celebrate following the opening night performance on Sunday (March 10) in New York City.

The show’s four leads – Jason Tam, Stephanie Hsu, Will Roland, and George Salazar – gathered for a group photo on the red carpet at the after party at Gotham Hall.

The actors were joined by their co-stars Gerard Canonico, Katlyn Carlson, Tiffany Mann, Lauren Marcus, Britton Smith, and Jason SweetTooth Williams. The show’s swings also stepped out for the party. You can see pics of Cameron Bond, Anthony Chatmon II, Morgan Siobhan Green, Troy Iwata, Talia Suskauer, and Joel Waggoner in the gallery.

Joining the cast at the event were composer Joe Iconis, book writer Joe Tracz, director Stephen Brackett, producer Jennifer Ashley Tepper, musical supervisor Charlie Rosen, music copyist Danielle Gimbal, and more.

Be More Chill is running now at the Lyceum Theatre!

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Get to Know 'Be More Chill' Actress Stephanie Hsu with These 10 Fun Facts! (Exclusive)

Stephanie Hsu is currently starring on Broadway in the new musical Be More Chill and we caught up with the actress to learn more about her!

The musical had its first production in 2015 and Stephanie has been tied to the role of Christine Canigula since its inception. In the time since then, she also originated the role of Karen The Computer in Broadway’s SpongeBob SquarePants musical.

Be More Chill will have its official opening night this weekend!

Here are 10 Fun Facts about Stephanie:

  • 1. I played basketball up until my sophomore year in high school.
  • 2. I’m 4’11 3/4” tall! Fractions count!
  • 3. Once upon a time I worked on a farm.
  • 4. Once upon a time I also worked in a wood shop. Check it out at Brandnewnoise.com!
  • 5. I am a Sagittarius/Scorpio cusp, Aquarius rising, my moon is in Pisces — and yes this all makes a lot of sense to me ;)

Click inside to read the rest of the fun facts… More Here! »

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Broadway's 'Be More Chill' Releases First Look Pics, Breaks Record in First Week!

The new Broadway musical Be More Chill is now in previews and the producers have released some first look photos from the show!

Will Roland, Jason Tam, Stephanie Hsu, George Salazar, and more are featured in the new production shots.

The musical began preview performances last week and it broke the seven-performance house record at the Lyceum Theatre. The show grossed $738,384 and nearly sold out the whole week of shows.

The previous seven-performance record for the Lyceum was set back in 2008 by Patrick Stewart‘s Macbeth. That show grossed $584,033 in that week.

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