The latest episode of NBC's "Smash," titled "Musical Chairs," might have been better labeled "Jumble the Casts" as several characters are in different roles--onstage and off--at the end of the evening.
And one of the three musicals that the "Smash" write more
Last week we all predicted that this episode of Smash, ‘Musical Chairs’, would feature our main cast switching productions to suit their current situations, and that’s exactly what we got.
As it stands, Karen has left ‘Bombshell’ to work on ‘Hit List’ more
The worlds of the three musicals on Smash all righted themselves on " Musical Chairs ."
Bombshell returned to Eileen's control with Tom directing and Ivy as Marilyn. And, The Hit List got a production deal from a non-profit theat more
Zap2it: You have done eight shows on Broadway, so how realistic is "Smash" as far as the behind-the-scenes action?Christian Borle: It is pretty real. The stakes are accurate; the passion everyone has for it is dead-on. And what is exciting about this seas more
Every show, and indeed, every life, has its breaking point.
Your star director walks out on you. You get your big break, and your leading man is a gibbering baboon who rouges his buttocks because he thinks they’re his face. You have spent six yea more
Things are not going well for the three musicals in development in the latest episode of "Smash," on NBC. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/03/13/smash-recap-a-game-of-musical-chairs-with-actual-musicals/?mod=WSJBlog
I swear to you all, I am really, really trying. I honestly DO like Smash , and I even went into Thursday's episode, "Fringe," telling myself I was just going to take things for what they were and not be overly critical. But I feel like I'm suddenly a memb more