First Look: Emma Stone in ‘Cabaret’ on Broadway

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It used to be if you were a TV actor, you stayed on TV. Movies movies, stage stage. These days though, it’s all jumbled up. TV stars star in movies, movie stars go to TV and everyone performs on the stage. Live performance, for an actor, is the ultimate challenge and rush. It’s why you see actors like Denzel Washington, Scarlet Johansson, Benedict Cumberbatch and so many others performing on Broadway or the West End.

The latest to make the transition is Gwen Stacy herself, Emma Stone. She’s about to star in Cabaret on Broadway, taking over for Oscar-nominee Michelle Williams. Below, get a first look at Stone in the iconic lead role of club singer Sally Bowles. Read More »

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