The man who wowed in Jersey Boys, The Little Mermaid and Guys and Dolls on Broadway, then became a fan favorite on 30 Rock, has brought new meaning to ‘pinot noir’ and helped make “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” Netflix’s newest smash. Tituss Burgess is on the cover of the April issue of BLEEP, talking about the hit show and his favorite places in New York.
Also inside: The cast of Nickelodeon’s newest hit series “Max & Shred” talks to BLEEP about working together, juggling work with school and friends, and what they’ve learned so far on the set; “So You Think You Can Dance” favorite Alexander Fost talks about his love of dance, what the show taught him and where he’s headed next; and he took the internet by storm with his song “All-American Boy.” Now, Steve Grand talks to BLEEP about being labeled a country artist, being an out musician and what to expect on his album.
We also talk to the great-grandson of “The Wizard of Oz” lyricist Yip Harburg, Aaron Harburg, who has begun work on “The Sound of Oz,” a documentary film that will detail the relationship his great-grandfather shared with composer Harold Arlen and will celebrate the history and impact their songs have had on pop culture. We talk to Harburg about his family legacy and the goal of his documentary on the most famous song ever recorded.
All this and more inside!