This image released by Polk & Co. shows Joshua Henry, right, and Sutton Foster during a performance of "Violet" in New York. (AP Photo/Polk & Co., Joan Marcus)
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There were two visitors to Sutton Foster's Broadway dressing room the other day.Foster was entertaining composer Jeanine Tesori, who has written the music for Foster's latest show, and Mabel, her new fluffy pup rescued from a Texas animal shelter and just spayed.The mood is decidedly mellow backstage at the American Airlines Theatre, where Foster and Tesori are putting the final touches on "Violet," a musical that marks their third Broadway collaboration.Foster agrees: "It sort of feels like family".They first met in 2000, when Foster was the understudy during a regional test run of "Thoroughly Modern Millie," for which Tesori contributed new music. Foster would eventually take the main Millie role to Broadway and win the first of her two Tony Awards. Foster was aware of some of the music, but that didn't really matter.Tesori felt "Violet" had another chapter.
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