Hot Clip of the Day: It's Time To Meet The "Neighbors"! Broadway's Sharrod Williams Creates, Writes & Stars in New Webseries

Last updated November 13th, 2020 by BroadwayBox Staff
Hot Clip of the Day: It's Time To Meet The "Neighbors"! Bro…

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Each day, the Bbox team trolls YouTube for the hot clip—sometimes it's a brand-new moment and sometimes it's a throwback to an oldie but goodie. No matter what praise hands are shot up, pearls are clutched and the repeat button is hit.

Neighbors - Sneak Peak! (Sharrod Williams and Matthew Petrucelli)

Ulterior Motives: Mark your calendars for this Sunday, November 15th at 7pm. Write down Neighbors Episode 2! The multi-talented Sharrod Williams (Cats, Tuck Everlasting and Hamilton - Chicago) creates, writes and stars in the new 7 episode webseries Neighbors celebrating love, friendship, BIPOC and the LGBTQ experience. The series follows unemployed actors and best friends Sharrod and Joey (Joey Rosario) as they navigate pandemic life, new interracial relationships, and a secret that threatens their friendship for good. This clip from episode 1 (which you can watch right now!) gives audiences a glimpse at the tension from said secret! Sharrod, a phenomenal dancer in his own right, also threw in some dancing into the series that is super fun and brings a joy to the proceedings. The soundtrack alone is really awesome. We can't wait to see what happens with Sharrod and Joey in episode two after this little kitchen convo Sharrod has with Cameron (Matthew Petrucelli)! Keep up with the Neighbors on Instagram and Twitter and be sure to check out new episodes Sundays at 7pm EST at

Ultimate 🙌 🙌 moment: At 0:45, we learn more about Sharrod and Cameron during this quiet kitchen moment. We chatted with the show's creator/writer/star Sharrod Williams to see what audiences can expect in episode 2. Sharrod gave us the exclusive: "After watching the pilot, there are so many ideas and theories from our friends around the neighborhood. All revolving around the question, 'but how did this happen?' Well, it's a long story... let’s take it from the top." Is it Sunday yet!?