Broadway people spend most of their lives as people not on Broadway. A minority of actors make it to New York’s biggest stage, and a further minority of those who do are there now. One need only to have starred in a Broadway musical a year (or 20 years) ago to be billed as a Broadway star. Shows don’t run forever, and musical theater actors are regularly adrift — between roles, we say — seeking ways to continue to work and spread the faith.
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