Laura Benanti claims to have had a miscarriage earlier this week while performing.The 43-year-old actress revealed in a post on Instagram on Wednesday that she miscarried on stage on The Broadway Cruise on Monday. Benanti posted a picture of herself performing in front of the audience that day along with the announcement.
Who Is Laura Benanti?
The Detour on TBS stars Samantha Bee and Jason Jones and features Tony Award winner Laura Benanti. Other television appearances include Younger, Supergirl, Nashville (guest starring as singer Sadie Stone), The Good Wife, and Nurse Jackie on Showtime. 2016 saw Laura finish her Tony-nominated performance as Amalia Balash in the popular Broadway musical She Loves Me, earning her a fifth nomination. For this work, Laura was nominated for Drama Desk, Drama League, and Outer Critics Circle Awards.
“I gave a theatrical performance for 2,000 people on Monday, April 3, despite experiencing a miscarriage. The event seemed obvious to me. The previous night, it got off to a slow start, the actress captioned the picture.
If it had been our first defeat, or even our second, I doubt I could have continued. But regrettably, I have experienced the sorrow and emptiness of miscarriage before. I have already travelled this route with my hubby at my side. But this time, we walked it with some of the most kind and compassionate people I’ve ever had the privilege of being around,” she remarked.
She Is Thankful
Benanti expressed her gratitude for the support of the crowd, the crew, and her fellow artists. I’d like to express my gratitude to everyone in the crowd for the grace they provided. For removing my burden of sadness during that Holy hour,” she said. “I want to thank my band for always having my back and the crew for working so hard to make me as comfortable as they could. I’m grateful for the support of my friends and fellow performers, who have been so kind to adjust to my evolving demands.
The actress then expressed her gratitude to her in-laws for looking after Ella, her 6-year-old child with her husband Patrick Brown, who shared the stage with her for a portion of the day. She also expressed gratitude for her daughter, who passed away while utero.
She Thanked Her Fans For Supporting
Benanti commented, “Thank you to that little soul for selecting me to be your home, albeit for a short time. “Patrick and I are incredibly grateful for our family and the miracle of our two young daughters. One was carried by me, and the other by an earthbound angel.
My husband and I are devastated, but we promise to get through this together as so many others have in the past. “I provide this information not to garner pity or attention but to reassure the many individuals and families who have experienced and will experience this kind of loss that it is not shameful. that you’re not by yourself. additionally to remind me.
Among those who backed Benanti in the comments were singer Jewel and actresses Kristin Chenoweth and Brenda Strong. “Laura. So sorry again. Everybody you know adores you. Here on earth, you are an angel. The toughest person I know is you. God’s love is being sent to your family, Chenoweth stated.
The Broadway productions of Gypsy, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, and Meteor Shower all had Benanti as the lead. She additionally portrayed Quinn Tyler in Younger and Alura and Astra Zor-El in Supergirl.