From a murderous baker to a singing teapot to Hugh Jackman’s mother, today’s guest has done it all. The incomparable Beth Fowler, who is an intuition in the American Musical Theater, swings by Shetler Studios to discuss her career on Broadway in such shows as Gantry, A Little Night Music, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Peter Pan, Baby, Beauty and the Beast, The Boy From Oz and, of course, her time on the hit Netflix series “Orange Is The New Black.”
Beth pulls back the curtain on her career to discuss how she ended up sharing the stage with Hugh Jackman, what it was like working with Leonard Bernstein, and why you should never have a movie night with Stephen Sondheim!
Also, Beth shines the spotlight on Christopher Hewitt, Hal Prince, and Patricia Routledge.
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