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Kathryn Gallagher Drops 'Take What I Can Get' Video, Which She Says Was a Family Affair!

Kathryn Gallagher has released the music video for her new single “Take What I Can Get,” which she said was a family affair!

The 27-year-old singer and actress, best known for playing Annika in season one of You, won a Grammy Award earlier this year for her work in the Broadway show Jagged Little Pill. She’s also nominated for a Tony Award for her performance as Bella Fox.

Kathryn has opened up about the experience of making the video for “Take What I Can Get.”

“When it came to making the video I asked two of my best friends who also happen to be incredible artists,” she said. “Natalie Margolin is the best writer and story telling brain that I know. Gracie Warwick has an ability to transform any space into something truly extraordinary. Both of them create magic where ever they go. We created this video together in my high school bedroom where we used to have slumber parties and talk about our oceanography final. It was very full circle and special.”

Markus Mentzer was our trusted and magical cinematographer. He made all our wildest dreams come true and made us feel beyond lucky and excited,” she continued.

“My brother James Gallagher who is a brilliant director and writer in his own right made this possible in every single way (and was also our colorist) he made everything happen and just like when we were little kids, I looked to him for the answer to every question (and there were … a lot),” Kathryn said. “My dad was our PA and my mom helped me fix my hair and blow up balloons. This was a full family affair and I really hope you like it :).”

For those of you who don’t know, Kathryn‘s dad is actor Peter Gallagher!

Watch the new music video below and download her music now on iTunes.

'Jagged Little Pill' Stars Jumped for Joy After Winning a Grammy - Watch the Video!

The cast of Broadway’s Jagged Little Pill won a Grammy Award today and they had such a great reaction to the news!

The show won the award for Best Musical Theater Album, beating out the cast recordings for Amelie, American Utopia on Broadway, Little Shop of Horrors, The Prince of Egypt, and Soft Power.

Four of the show’s leads are credited as principal soloists on the album and will receive Grammy trophies: Kathryn Gallagher, Celia Rose Gooding, Lauren Patten, and Elizabeth Stanley. All four of them are also nominated for Tony Awards for their work in the show!

Kathryn, Lauren, and Elizabeth safely gathered together after completing COVID-19 tests so that they could watch the Premiere Ceremony together… in matching dresses!

“I made Grammy gowns for our first Grammys and so far it’s gone well ✨,” Kathryn wrote on Instagram.

Watch their adorable reaction video below!

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Tony Nominee Kathryn Gallagher Drops Music Video for 'Crosslegged in the Kitchen,' Which She Filmed Herself!

It’s a big week for Kathryn Gallagher!

The 27-year-old Broadway actress and singer received her first-ever Tony nomination on Thursday (October 15) and hours later, she dropped the music video for her new song “Crosslegged in the Kitchen.”

Kathryn is nominated for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical for her work in the show Jagged Little Pill.

“For the last three years I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside the finest artists I could have ever dreamed of making a show with and that in and of itself has felt like winning the lottery,” Kathryn wrote on Instagram. “I feel so grateful to @thewing for creating a moment to celebrate this incredible community in such turbulent and trying times and to include me in this insanely gifted group of artists feels really magical. This is a very cool feeling I didn’t think I would ever feel and I’m just really grateful you all wanted to see our play and I can’t wait until broadway is back at it.”

Kathryn has been very active in supporting the Biden/Harris campaign and she ended her message by saying, “vote blue please ❤️.”

Kathryn wrote on YouTube that the video was “filmed by Kathryn on a ring light sitting crosslegged in her kitchen late one Monday night.” Watch below!

Kathryn Gallagher Drops 'Demos Vol. 2' to Celebrate Her 27th Birthday!

Kathryn Gallagher has released her brand new EP, Demos Vol. 2, consisting of music that she has recorded at home while in quarantine!

The Broadway star and You actress dropped the album at midnight on Friday (July 24) after celebrating her 27th birthday on Thursday.

Kathryn took to her Instagram Stories minutes before the release to send a message to fans.

“I just wanted to take a second to thank you for absolutely everything you’ve done for me in my 26th year. Today I guess is officially my first day of being 27 and I’m really grateful for all of you for turning what could have been and what started as a really confusing, complicated, intense, tumultuous 26th year and turning it into a beautiful, wonderful, magical, surprising, and a deeply magical year,” she said.

Kathryn added that she loved that fans showed her “videos of you dancing to my music, stories about you falling in love, stories of your partners dancing to ‘I’ll Get the Coffee,’ and sharing your stories of heartbreak to Demos Vol. 1 and probably Vol. 2, let’s be real it takes a while.”

She concluded her message by saying, “I just wanted to say thank you and I love you so much. You matter to me more than you’ll ever know.”

You can download the EP now on iTunes or stream it below via Spotify. Make sure to listen to Vol. 1 as well.

Broadway's Kathryn Gallagher Drops New EP That She Recorded in Quarantine

Kathryn Gallagher has released her new EP, which was recorded at home while in quarantine!

The 26-year-old actress and singer made Demos, Vol. 1 while on a long hiatus from her Broadway show Jagged Little Pill, which was shut down along with all other shows during the pandemic. (By the way, she was just nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award for her work in the musical!)

Two hours before the new EP was released, Kathryn went live on Instagram to play all of the new songs for fans and encouraged people to donate to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, an organization helping theater industry workers during this difficult time.

Demos, Vol. 1 features five new songs and you might want to get tissues ready before you listen!

“Here’s an ep born and raised in a socially distanced farm house in the woods,” Kathryn tweeted after the EP dropped. You can buy it now on iTunes or stream it below from Spotify.

Click inside to watch Kathryn Gallagher perform the songs live… More Here! »

Watch David Corenswet & Margaret Qualley Play Romeo & Juliet in a Live Zoom Reading!

David Corenswet and Margaret Qualley starred in a live reading of the classic Shakespeare play Romeo & Juliet on Zoom and you can watch the full video here!

David‘s star is on the rise right now thanks to his new Netflix series Hollywood and Margaret had her big break last year in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Also starring in the reading were 13 Reasons Why‘s Brandon Flynn as Mercutio, Zoey 101‘s Erin Sanders as the Nurse, Pitch Perfect‘s Skylar Astin as Paris and The Prince, Orange Is the New Black‘s Jackie Cruz as Lady Capulet, The Many Saints of Newark‘s Michael Gandolfini as Benvolio, The Inheritance‘s Sam Levine as Tybalt, You‘s Kathryn Gallagher as Friar Lawrence, Broadway actor Will Hochman as Lord Montague, and the event’s director Brando Crawford as Lord Capulet.

The “Acting for a Cause” series is benefiting the Entertainment Industry Foundation and COVID-19 relief at Mount Sinai-Chicago.

A live reading of Pride & Prejudice will happen today (May 8) at 5pm ET.

Ben Platt, Kathryn Gallagher, & Noah Galvin Will Host a Virtual Dance Party While Quarantined Together

Broadway stars Ben Platt, Kathryn Gallagher, and Noah Galvin are quarantined together and they are going to host a virtual dance party for their fans who are also stuck inside (which hopefully is everyone!).

The three stars will go live on the Stationhead app and also their Instagram Lives at 6pm EST on Tuesday (March 17) and they’re encouraging fans to donate to the NYC Food Bank.

Ben, Kathryn, and Noah are hosting the dance party to help alleviate any anxiety their fans are experiencing while they’re staying inside amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“We can all boogie to the same playlist from our respective quarantines and shake the nerves out together! If you have a secondary device, you can also find us on our Instagram lives during the party,” Ben wrote on Instagram.

Ben and Noah have both starred in the musical Dear Evan Hansen while Kathryn is currently starring in Jagged Little Pill, though all of Broadway is shut down for the time being.