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Jeryl Brunner

Jeryl Brunner - Contributor at

As a contributor for, Jeryl Brunner adores interviewing and writing about Broadway's brightest stars. She is also the author of the books My City, My New York: Famous New Yorkers Share Their Favorite Places and My City, My Los Angeles, where hundreds of notables reveal beloved locales. Jeryl's other publishing credits includes everything from O magazine and Travel + Leisure to Parade and Style, where she was a staff correspondent for many years. She and her books have been featured on television and radio, including NBC and NPR. A passionate theater geek, Jeryl continues to find her bliss seeing Broadway or off-Broadway shows. Visit her at

Posts (271)

  • Broadway Q&A: Mare Winningham of ‘Girl From the North Country’

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    |by Jeryl Brunner |February 26, 2020

    Winningham on the new Dylan musical: “This play is a deep well.”  

  • Broadway Q&A: Jawan M. Jackson of ‘Ain’t Too Proud’

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    |by Jeryl Brunner |February 24, 2020

    “I love Melvin's spirit, his ability to bring all people together, and the way his voice commanded the crowd.”

  • Broadway Q&A: Jeanna de Waal of ‘Diana’

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    |by Jeryl Brunner |February 21, 2020

    de Waal, who plays Princess Di, calls the new musical “an epic story of escapism” 

  • ShowTickets Q&A: Bobby Cannavale of ‘Medea’

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    |by Jeryl Brunner |February 18, 2020

    “We go on a journey with Anna and see a woman who is desperately trying not to lose her mind. That is different than watching somebody lose their mind.” 

  • Broadway Q&A: Kristin Chenoweth of ‘For The Girls’

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    |by Jeryl Brunner |February 11, 2020

    What drives the performing powerhouse: “Authentic truth is very freeing.” 

  • Broadway Q&A: Michael Urie of ‘Grand Horizons’

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    |by Jeryl Brunner |February 7, 2020

    Urie on Bess Wohl’s new play: “It’s such a true, human story.”

  • Broadway Q&A: Stephanie Bissonnette of ‘Mean Girls’

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    |by Jeryl Brunner |January 30, 2020

    The Mean Girls actress shares what gave her the courage to come back to the show after a brain tumor 

  • Broadway Q&A: Elizabeth Stanley of ‘Jagged Little Pill’

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    |by Jeryl Brunner |January 9, 2020

    “Because Alanis’ lyrics are so deep and intelligent, I found them very easy to incorporate into a play.” 

  • Broadway Q&A: Kathryn Gallagher of ‘Jagged Little Pill’

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    |by Jeryl Brunner |January 7, 2020

    “Her music is so honest, truthful and everything I've ever aspired to.” 

  • Broadway Q&A: Beth Leavel of ‘It’s Not About Me’ and ‘The Devil Wears Prada’

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    |by Jeryl Brunner |January 3, 2020

    “I can't wait to say, ‘Oh, Elton, can you plunk out that C for me?’”