BY ALYSSA DORN
"Sara Gilbert cried before anything happened onstage the first time she stepped into a Broadway theater to see 'Miss Saigon' in New York.
The second-year theater student and musical theater-lover will embody a character this weekend who shares her dreams of performing on Broadway. Both she and her character believe theater is not just a career; it’s a feeling.
HOOLIGAN Theatre Company’s production of “Stage Door” centers on Gilbert’s character Terry Randall as she and other women at a boarding house in 1930s New York try to succeed on Broadway."
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