Events in 2016 > 04-21 – American Psycho’ Broadway Opening Night [+ 3]
— Jenna Ushkowitz (@JennaUshkowitz) March 4, 2016
Events in 2016 > 02-05 – The Playboy Party during Super Bowl Weekend [+ 3]
Events in 2016 > 02-07 – Rolling Stone Live SF With Talent Resources [+ 1]
Listen and subscribe to it guys :)
— Jenna Ushkowitz (@JennaUshkowitz) January 25, 2016
Actress Jenna Ushkowitz takes topics from her book “Choosing Glee” and speaks with people who inspire her; from fellow actors to authors to experts. In each episode, she talks about a new way to live life with a positive outlook.
Infinite Positivities >> Chapter 1: Nina Dobrev
Jenna talks with actress Nina Dobrev (Vampire Diaries, The Final Girls) about not taking ourselves seriously. Also featured: Mike Robbins (author, “Be Yourself, everyone else is taken”).
Infinite Positivities >> Chapter 2: Matthew Morrison
Jenna speaks with actor Matthew Morrison (Glee, What To Expect When You’re Expecting) about taking care of ourselves. Julie Rice (Co-Founder, Soulcycle) also featured.
Infinite Positivities >> Chapter 3: Rumer Willis
Jenna speaks with multi-talented Rumer Willis (Dancing With The Stars) about taking risks and trying new things. Eddie Carroll (Skydiving expert) also featured.
“Pretty Little Liars” star Tyler Blackburn, “Glee’s” Jenna Ushkowitz, Audra McDonald, Martha Plimpton, T.R. Knight and Rumer Willis are starring in the movie adaptation of the musical “Hello Again.”
Nolan Gerard Funk, Sam Underwood and Al Calderon are also starring in the movie, which has begun shooting in New York City.
The movie is based on Michael John LaChiusa’s chamber musical of the same name, originally produced by Lincoln Center Theatre in 1994 and nominated for eight Drama Desks. “Hello Again” is inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s 1897 play “La Ronde: Hello Again” and follows 10 lost souls who skip across 10 periods in New York City history, slipping in and out of one another’s arms and beds.
The movie is directed by Tom Gustafson (“Mariachi Gringo”) from a screenplay by Cory Krueckeberg with music and lyrics by Michael John LaChiusa.
Producers are Gustafson, Krueckeberg, Ash Christian and Hunter Arnold. Devon Schneider is co-producing, with Gregory Rae and Carl D. White from Martian Entertainment co-executive producing.
McDonald has won six Tonys and was last seen on the big screen in “Ricki and the Flash.”