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Photo Coverage: Mitchell Jarvis and Wesley Taylor Preview It Could Be Worse Concert at 54 Below

Broadway vets Mitchell Jarvis and Wesley Taylor's critically-acclaimed It Could Be Worse, was a humble yet cherished web series amongst our community. After winning a slew of online indie awards and raising over 70K on Kickstarter to shoot a second season, the awesomely addictive dark comedy was acquired for cable television.The Washington Post said Icbw was what Smash might have beenhad it found a looser and sharper-witted footing.
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'Smash' stars Katharine McPhee, Megan Hilty sing Lorde's 'Royals' and leave us wanting more

Although their show has been off the air since this past May, costars Katharine McPhee and Megan Hilty will have a mini-"Smash" reunion on a comedy web show, with hints at their performances being musical. 

In the announcement for "It Could Be Worse," McPhee and Hilty are shown in an Instagram video sight-reading the lyrics to Lorde's "Royals." Watch the ten-second clip of the two starlets below. Warning: prepare to beg for more.

  It's not yet known when in Season 2 of "It Could Be Worse" McPhee and Hilty will make their appearance, or what roles they'll take. "It Could Be Worse" stars "Smash" alum Wesley Taylor (Bobby, Seasons 1 and 2) as Jacob, a Broadway wannabe looking to make it big in a New York minute. Although he was cast in his first big Broadway show, he's often stuck at home tending to a needy long-term boyfriend, or is held back by his overbearing parents.
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Two More Actors Sign on to Study the Occult for A&E

The pilot for A&E's "Occult" has just expanded by two as both Daniel Henney and Brennan Brown have signed on to co-star in the project, which already boasts a pretty impressive cast with Josh Lucas, Lynn Collins, and Agnes Bruckner.

The potential new series is written by James Wong ("The X-Files," "Millennium," "American Horror Story"), who will executive produce with Michael Bay and his partners at Platinum Dunes, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller, producing.

"Occult" revolves around Dolan, an FBI agent (Lucas) who has returned from administrative leave after going off the deep end while investigating his wife’s disappearance. Eager to be back on the job, he is paired with an agent with her own complicated back story who specializes in the occult (Collins). Together, they will solve cases for the newly formed occult crimes task force. Bruckner will play Lucy, an attractive, edgy young soul caught up in the occult.
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InDepth InterView: Alison Fraser Talks Love Therapy, Plus Falsettos, Secret Garden, Gypsy, Web Series, Upcoming Solo Shows & More

Today we are talking to a versatile stage and screen actress who has scored in a number of unique roles on Broadway and around the country in addition to making a recent mark with her work on the Broadway-themed web series It Could Be Worse - the passionate and compelling Alison Fraser. Discussing her vast resume and some of her most fondly remembered performances to date, Fraser opens up about her remarkable career thus far - including her work originating parts in In Trousers, March Of The Falsettos, The Secret Garden, Romanceromance, Gunmetal Blues, The Divine Sister and more - and looks ahead to her most recent projects, current, upcoming and beyond. Most importantly, Fraser details the finer points of Love Therapy, the new Wendy Beckett play she stars in Off-Broadway and outlines her continuing collaboration onstage with the playwright, having previously starred in Charity Case, as well as what
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