August 01, 2014

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Orlando Bloom and Zachary Quinto Ready For Broadway Debuts, Evita and Peter and the Starcatcher on Tour and More on the Next "On Stage Across America"

The September episode of "On Stage Across America" features Hollywood stars Orlando Bloom and Zachary Quinto who are set to make their Broadway debuts in Romeo and Juliet and The Glass Menagerie, respectively. Productions of Evita and Peter and the Starcatcher take to the road with national tours and Rachelle Rak, a veteran of Broadway shows including Catch Me If You Can and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, talks about working in the world of reality television.

On the first Saturday of each month, "On Stage Across America" will bring interviews with Broadway stars, writers, producers and directors, as well as the latest backstage theatre scoop, to Time Warner subscribers across the U.S. Click here for your local listings.

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