New series features conversations with Broadway stars from “Hamilton,” “The Band’s Visit,” “Mean Girls,” “Kinky Boots,” “Wicked,” “Aladdin,” “Come From Away” and “Once on This Island”
Streaming now on Facebook Watch
When the matinee ends, stars only have a few hours before their evening performance. Hosted by Garen Scribner (“An American in Paris” on Broadway, San Francisco Ballet), Broadway Sandwich is a new, weekly Facebook Watch series in which Scribner follows Broadway stars along on their breaks to see what makes up the meat in their “Broadway Sandwich.” Broadway Sandwich is the first Facebook Watch series presented by ALL ARTS, your home for all things art, powered by public media and supported by an arts-minded community.
Availability: Wednesdays, October 3-November 21 at 12:05 p.m.ET on Facebook Watch: https://www.facebook.com/BroadwaySandwichTV
October 3: Kate Rockwell of “Mean Girls”
October 10: Etai Benson of “The Band’s Visit”
October 17: Kyle Post of “Kinky Boots”
October 24: Isaac Powell of “Once on This Island”
October 31: Jessica Vosk of “Wicked”
November 7: Arielle Jacobs of “Aladdin”
November 14: Caesar Samayoa of “Come From Away”
November 21: Tanairi Sade Vazquez of “Hamilton”
Running Time: Eight, 8-minute episodes
- “Mean Girls” star Kate Rockwell shares an exclusive look at the infamous Burn Book, which is filled with notes about cast and crew.
- “Kinky Boots” star Kyle Post offers tips and tricks for walking in legendary high heels.
- “Wicked” star Jessica Vosk opens up about leaving her high-powered job on Wall Street to pursue her Broadway ambitions, ultimately landing her dream role as Elphaba. Go backstage as the New Jersey native gets in character – a job that requires a lot of green paint!
About Broadway Sandwich Host Garen Scribner:
Garen Scribner is an independent performing artist based in New York City. He starred as Jerry Mulligan in the Broadway and National Tour productions of “An American in Paris,” and most recently as Tony in “West Side Story,” Gabey in “On the Town” and the Monotony soloist in the first revival of “Jerome Robbins’ Broadway” at The MUNY, and as Harry in “Brigadoon” at PCLO. As a soloist with San Francisco Ballet and later with Nederlands Dans Theater 1, he has created and performed leading roles in works by Jiří Kylián, Sol León and Paul Lightfoot, Alex Ekman, Christopher Wheeldon, William Forsythe, Wayne McGregor, Jorma Elo, Mark Morris, John Neumeier, Hans Van Manen, and George Balanchine. Commercially, he has appeared with Deborah Cox, Les Twins, Santana, Michelle Branch, and Jennifer Lopez and been featured in campaigns for Valentino, Moncler, L’Oréal and others.
Garen Scribner is host. Rebecca Soldinger, Garen Scribner and Jesse Green are executive producers. Jesse Green is director. Sam Green is director of photography.
Created by Rebecca Soldinger and Garen Scribner. Michael Orso is editor. Victoria Morris is producer. Marisa DiPaolo is production assistant.
For ALL ARTS: Diane Masciale is vice president and general manager of WLIW21 and executive producer of local productions at WNET. Ally Gimbel is senior producer. Joe Harrell is senior director.
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“Mean Girls” star Kate Rockwell with Host Garen Scribner. Courtesy of Broadway Sandwich
“The Band’s Visit” star Etai Benson with Host Garen Scribner. Courtesy of Broadway Sandwich
“Kinky Boots” star Kyle Post with Host Garen Scribner. Courtesy of Broadway Sandwich
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“Once on This Island” star Issac Powell. Courtesy of Broadway Sandwich
“Wicked” star Jessica Vosk. Courtesy of Broadway Sandwich
Garen Scribner, Host of Broadway Sandwich. Credit: Cait McNaney
“Aladdin” star Arielle Jacobs with Host Garen Scribner. Courtesy of Broadway Sandwich
“Come From Away” star Caesar Samayoa with Host Garen Scribner. Courtesy of Broadway Sandwich
“Hamilton” star Tanairi Sade Vazquez with Host Garen Scribner. Courtesy of Broadway Sandwich