May 17th, by Josh Ferri. Tony Award winner Jessie Mueller received her third Tony nomination this season for her impressive and moving star turn as Jenna, a mother-to-be who escapes the awful realities of her life by losing herself in her wonderful pie creations, in the Tony-nominated Best Musical Waitress. BroadwayBox caught up with the B'way headliner to find out about creating one of this season's most talked about showstoppers, her post-show routine, and her TV obsessions. What was your process for discovering that song and creating the scene?
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It's on-going! The song is so beautifully crafted, that I've learned I need to just let it unfold. It comes so seamlessly out of the scene that proceeds it. Nick Cordero is an awesome scene partner, and we did a lot of work trying to make sure the moments were honest and earned and really layered.
It's different every day. I usually do a quick stretching routine to make sure my headspace and body are ready, but the show is really well-structured. I get to jump on the train and ride it.
And I've been living with it for awhile now. That always helps. It's easier to slip in and out.
Often at the end of the night, I just lie on the floor for awhile to decompress. What TV show are you all about right now? Last time we spoke, you mentioned Funny Girl was the dream, and now Michael Mayer of all people has this big production. I would love to work with Michael again.
I just did some simple salmon and roasted zucchini that I topped with red-wine vinaigrette and a ton of dried herbs. And we had an arugula-spinach salad with parmesan and some simple dressing. Sparkling water to drink. Trying to be good. Sunday, April 19 Lemon with water, and I took the time to make coffee with our French press.
Someone gave me coffee from Feisty Goat Coffee Roasters. I made that cranberry-grain bread into French toast and had a fried egg, too. For lunch, our friend Jim came over. He made us lunch.
He fried up little corn tortillas and cooked some black beans that he smashed down to make, like, a tortilla black-bean sandwich. One has some pork verde on top, with a fried egg and avocado slices.
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And then, of course, Valentina hot sauce. So good. For dinner, we had a caprese salad and baked panko-parmesan chicken cutlets. He only eats, like, four vegetables and I have to trick him into eating some things, so the fact that he likes breaded chicken cutlets is understandable, you know? They are delicious, though. I made a weed smoothie. Maybe I should have, though.
I gave some to Violet and she kept hugging her smoothie. She was like the guy from Lord of the Rings , but she was calling it her present instead of her precious. It was funny. For lunch, I sliced up a leftover chicken cutlet and tossed the leftover caprese with some arugula. Added some more olive oil, a dash of balsamic, and a little avocado sliced on top because I was going to be traveling later that day and I knew I was probably not going to be able to eat a good dinner ….
Tuesday, April 21 My friend Maggie made me an early morning shake with matcha powder, a bunch of spinach, almond butter, frozen pineapple, and almond milk. Very healthy.
I will say, it made my day a little better. For breakfast, we walked around the corner to Buvette and I had the steamed eggs with smoked salmon and capers, and a cortado.
Later we went to the Juice Press , but then we actually did the photo shoot for this story at Buvette, so I went back. I ended up having two cheeses and a charcuterie plate. For dinner, we were thinking of going to the new place, Via Carota , but is that going to be too much Jody Williams? New York is definitely still home to me in a lot of ways. Already a subscriber? Log in or link your magazine subscription. Account Profile.