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But when that comet streaks through the sky at the hushed climax of the show, Pierre experiences an epiphany that had my heart leaping into my throat...
Actress and native Londoner Jeanna de Waal is absolutely ecstatic to be working with Diane Paulus and American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) on the Harvard-tied theater company's 2015-2016 season opener, "Waitress."
WBUR The ARTery: A.R.T.’s Paulus Cooks Up ‘Waitress’ The Musical From Film — And It’s Not Quite As Easy As Pie (August 4, 2015)
Paulus’ track record could bode well for the future of her new musical adaptation of the indie film “Waitress.” It’s currently in previews at the A.R.T. where the creative team spoke about it’s evolution and why adapting the film for the stage has been a bittersweet journey.
Tony-winning director Diane Paulus, who breathed new life into the musicals Hair and Porgy and Bess, shares what drew her to the musical adaptation of the indie film "Waitress."
Jessie Mueller won a Tony Award for her performance as Carole King in the Broadway musical “Beautiful.” Now she takes on the work of another acclaimed singer-songwriter: Sara Bareilles.
A.R.T.'s adaptation of 'Waitress' blends Sara Barielles's songcraft into a story about a woman and her pies.
A.R.T. Artistic Director and Waitress director Diane Paulus is one of the most sought after directors in theatre, and to anyone lucky enough to have seen one of her productions, the reasons are clear.
Having gained fame performing the biggest hits from Carole King’s legendary catalog, Mueller is now ready to tackle a score with all original music.
The singer teams up with Diane Paulus for a new musical.
Sara Barielles returns to her roots as composer for the A.R.T.'s 'Waitress'