42nd Street at the Pittsburg CLO - Interview
As they struggle through rehearsals, reversals, jealous cast members, broken hearts, bent egos and sore feet, both Marsh and Sawyer are driven by their love for musical theater.
“What's so interesting is it's telling a story that anybody can show up, and if they've got the goods, they can be a (success),” Sullivan says. “It resonates more in life than in backstage. Everyone wants to pull for Peggy Sawyer, and they get to watch her succeed.”