Also in this week's column, Seth Rudetsky celebrates Chita Rivera's birthday and Jessie Mueller reveals why she was a real mood-killer during curtain call for Beautiful.
Seth remembers his friend, legendary Broadway conductor Donald Pippin, and shares an important message from Mary Lee Marson Aloia.
Seth Rudetsky reflects on his friendship with Dennis, an original company member in A Chorus Line who recently passed away.
Plus, why Marc Shaiman roasted Seth's jokes and what Seth really thought of A Beautiful Noise.
Plus, what really healed Seth Rudetsky after his hernia operation and where you can see him live this month.
Plus, Charlotte d’Amboise shares when she totally wigged out on stage and why being on Broadway made Andrea McArdle completely uncool in school.
Plus, why Javier Muñoz nearly said no to the role that took him to Broadway and who Seth has next in his concert series.
Plus, how Chris saved Seth at sea and why Jen Colella had to leave him stranded.
Seth recounts the absolutely thrilling experience of conducting Angela for the 2007 Broadway's Back! celebratory concert.
Plus, which Jonas brother has a Broadway 'Chip' on his shoulder and what childhood audition trick of Seth's really backfired.
Plus, Seth shares other hilarious highlights from his concert with Jane and spills which surgery made Lena Hall's voice "a million times better."
Seth recounts the clever tricks Bob pulled to keep his Chorus Line costars on their toes. Plus, Audra McDonald and Michael Cerveris reveal the songs and entire scores they've completely forgotten.
Plus, which of the actor's secret talents inspired Tommy Tune and how Tommy's mother saved an entire number.
Plus, which parts of Donna's life inspired A Chorus Line and what happened when she stood up to Hal Prince.
Plus, how Sebastian Arcelus scored five free tickets to Barbra Streisand's concert.
Plus, how Christy Altomare set her mind for success and what Seth thought of London's Back to the Future.
Plus, who snatched a role in Sunday in the Park with George out from under her and how she broke free from being stuck in understudy roles.
Plus, how Victoria Clark's son disrupted her Broadway performance and why James Monroe Iglehart's rejection led to his biggest break on Broadway.
Seth recounts a conversation with Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow on the fan-favorite musical's journey from page to worldwide stage.
Plus, Seth recaps his travels around the country and reminisces on his past interviews with Tony winners.
Plus, Seth shares his joy for this year's Tony nominees and tells the tale of how Grease almost wasn't eligible for any Tony Awards.
Seth also shares how Grainne Renihan terrified London tourists and what awoke Chris Fitzgerald during his honeymoon.
This week, Seth shares Tony Awards memories.
This week, Seth travels to Los Angeles to perform with Kelli O'Hara and dine with Ruthie Ann Miles and MaryAnn Hu.
This week, Seth raises funds for Ukraine with Broadway favorites and familiar performers through Stars in the House telethon.
This week, Seth talks to Andrea McArdle about Rainbow, and Derek Klena remembers auditioning for American Idol.
This week, Seth celebrates his birthday and chats with Anne Bobby about her name change.
This week, Seth visits Las Vegas and recounts how “There Are Worse Things I Could Do” was almost cut from Grease.
This week, Seth travels to Ohio and Eden Espinosa remembers multiple Les Misérables auditions.
This week in the life of Seth, Caroline Rhea talks about pranking her parents and Bebe Neuwirth remembers Sweet Charity.
This week, Seth travels to Arizona and shares how he identified Ana Gasteyer on The Masked Singer.
This week in the life of Seth, Jessica Vosk talks about landing her Carnegie Hall gig and Christy Altomare channels Tiger King.
This week, Seth offers some levity in tumultuous times.
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