The revival of 'She Loves Me' back on on Broadway and it looks like it is a hit, which shouldn’t come as a surprise to many considering the wealth of talent in the cast and source material. However, Tony winner Laura Benanti isn’t interested in what the critics have to say about the show. Recently, Benanti opened up about how she listens to the audience and not the reviews.
Laura Benanti might wish she was cool, but it is her love of musicals that is holding her book. Recently, Benanti left TV to make her return to Broadway in 'She Loves Me.' That love lead the Tony winner to write and record the song, “I Like Musicals.” In the song, Benanti steps back in time and professes her own love for musicals from the perspective of her high school self. Check out the song and what Benanti had to the say about it, in the report below.
Laura Benanti recently left TV ('Supergirl,' 'Nashville') behind to make her return to Broadway in the revival of She Loves Me. Now Benanti is opening up about the differences between TV and Broadway as well as her plans to blend the two.
Tonight the Broadway revival of She Loves Me opens at the Roundabout Theater’s Studio 54. The romantic comedy stars Zachary Levi ('First Date') and Laura Benanti ('Gypsy'). The Tony Winning actress left two big roles on 'Supergirl' (CBS) and 'Nashville' (ABC) to make her return to Broadway. Recently, Benanti opened up why she chose the stage over the screen.
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