Save on Tickets for all the Top ShowsCall 1-800-838-8155

Jeryl Brunner

Jeryl Brunner - Contributor at ShowTickets.com

As a contributor for ShowTickets.com, 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 jerylbrunner.com.

Posts (273)

  • Stars and the City: Garth Brooks' New York

    Category General

    |by Jeryl Brunner |January 24, 2017

    Country artist Garth Brooks shares why he thinks New York is “epic,” from Central Park to Yankee Stadium

  • A Song I Love: Stephanie J. Block

    Category Broadway

    |by Jeryl Brunner |December 21, 2016

    Tony Award nominee Stephanie J. Block currently co-stars as Trina in William Finn and James Lapine's moving Tony-winning musical and Lincoln Center Theater production of 'Falsettos' at the Walter Kerr Theatre

  • My Favorite Song: Trisha Yearwood

    Category General

    |by Jeryl Brunner |December 16, 2016

    Trisha Yearwood recently released ‘Christmas Together,’ the first-ever duets collaboration between Yearwood and husband Garth Brooks. She is the host of her own show, ‘Trisha’s Southern Kitchen,’ on the Food Network

  • Love Letter to New York: Kristin Chenoweth

    Category Broadway

    |by Jeryl Brunner |December 13, 2016

    In September, the Emmy and Tony-winning performer debuted 'The Art of Elegance,' her first album of American Songbook classics via Concord Records. In December, she starred in NBC’s 'Hairspray Live!' as Velma Von Tussle

  • Stars and the City: Miriam Shor’s New York

    Category Broadway

    |by Jeryl Brunner |November 23, 2016

    Miriam Shor stars as the tough Diana Trout, in the hit TV Land series ‘Younger.’ She also plays a Reading, Pennsylvania steel tubing plant worker in ‘Sweat,’ written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage, at The Public Theater

  • Stars and the City: Mary Beth Peil's New York

    Category Broadway

    |by Jeryl Brunner |November 14, 2016

    Tony nominee and Broadway veteran Mary Beth Peil can currently be seen on Broadway with Janet McTeer and Liev Schreiber in 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses' as Madame de Rosemonde

  • Stars and the City: Jefferson Mays’ New York

    Category Broadway

    |by Jeryl Brunner |November 8, 2016

    Tony winner Jefferson Mays stars in 'The Front Page' with a dream team cast that includes Nathan Lane, Robert Morse, John Slattery, Holland Taylor, John Goodman, Dylan Baker, Sherie Rene Scott, Danny Mastrogiorgio, Christopher McDonald amd David Pittu. In this sharp, comic revival about a gritty pack of Chicago newspaper reporters in the 1920s, Mays expertly plays persnickety germaphobe journalist Bensinger

  • Stars and the City: Sheryl Crow’s New York

    Category General

    |by Jeryl Brunner |October 3, 2016

    In October, the nine-time Grammy winner is teaming up with eBay For Charity to launch an auction of more than 100 fashionable items from her closet. A ten-year breast cancer survivor and fierce advocate for raising awareness, 100% of the proceeds will go to Stand Up To Cancer

  • Stars and the City: Matthew Modine’s New York

    Category General

    |by Jeryl Brunner |September 16, 2016

    A prolific and gifted actor, Matthew Modine recently earned rave reviews as the terrifying Dr. Brenner in the hit Netflix series 'Stranger Things.' He also stars in the upcoming films '47 Meters Down,’ 'Hippopotamus' and 'Army of One' with Nicholas Cage

  • A Day in the Life of Emily Skeggs of ‘Fun Home’

    Category Broadway

    |by Jeryl Brunner |August 22, 2016

    The Tony-nominated actress, who plays Medium Alison in ‘Fun Home,’ shares an epic 24 hours traveling to Orlando with her ‘Fun Home’ family to perform in an emotional one-night-only benefit concert to support Equality Florida and Orlando’s LGBTQ community