It’s the first day of Workshop for the musical, and Karen is excited to be joining the other performers. Ivy’s friends in the ensemble aren’t impressed with new girl ‘Iowa,’ however, and treat her ... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Roxanne_Tellier/2012/02/ more
This week's all new episode of Smash was a perfect example of the fact that this show is at its best when it focuses on the makings of a Broadway show and not on adoption or affair drama. Sure, we're pretty certain that Julia will likely rekindle he more
The beauty of this week’s SMASH was in its simplicity. In one hour of television, the central organizing principle of the show’s fictitious “Marilyn: the Musical” was clearly explained through the actions of each character. “The Cost of Art” demonstrated more
Greetings, Show Folk and those who simultaneously adore and are terrified by you! Today’s recap is being composed from the sky, through which I am soaring toward the sun-dappled hills of Hollywood, the anti-Broadway. The stewardess has delivered the Chex more
This week, the workshop begins which gives us a first glimpse into what will certainly be a rather drawn out affair to determine who will really play Marilyn on Broadway. Let's see how it went down. http://www.buddytv.com/articles/smash/smash-recap-what-p more
The workshop has started with Ivy as Marilyn and Karen as ... part of the ensemble. For now.
Ivy won the role of Marilyn, but that didn't stop her from continuing in her role as Queen Bitch. I can't decide whether to simply be annoyed or to feel sorry more
'Smash,' Season 1, Episode 4, 'The Cost of Art': TV Recap. The cost of art is both a literal and figurative title. How much does art cost, as in a price tag, and how much does art cost, as in – what would you give up, change, demand to be a part of art? h more