Sara Bareilles

“Theatre people work harder for less money than anybody else”
The Waitress composer and singer-songwriter, fresh from winning her first Grammy, is taking to the West End stage to star in the hit show herself. She tells Tim Bano about the time she was first asked to write its Tony-nominated music, swapping the pop world for musical theatre and the impact that collaborative theatremaking has had on her work

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