Written by Joe Bockol, the film will be co-produced by Astro-Nomical Entertainment in association with Pelagius Entertainment. read more
Kevin Spacey wants you to know he’s not just a pretty face — he can sing too.
Let’s take a break from the Tonys — my predictions will be in Sunday’s Post, if you can stand the wait — and see what else is happening around Broadway these days. The astonishing success of “Jersey Boys” (worldwide gross: $2 billion and counting) has triggered a run on biomusicals about pop groups and singers….
The production will reportedly be directed by ‘Avenue Q’ helmer Jason Moore. read more
You won’t have to turn back time to re-live Cher’s life.
“Escape to Margaritaville” will begin previews Feb. 16, 2018 ahead of a March 15, 2018 opening.
Martha Washington, Mary Lincoln and Laura Bush get dubious turns in the limelight.
New York turns into the Big Pineapple this fall.
The project reunites the Tony-winning actress with Tom Kitt, who composed the Broadway musical ‘If/Then.’ read more
The show will launch a national tour and make its international premiere in the Netherlands. read more
You oughta know this is going to be a hit.
Jujamcyn Theaters is in talks to bring the London National Theatre’s revival of “Angels in America,” starring Nathan Lane , to New York next season, sources say. But what theater will it go to? The hot rumor this week was that Jujamcyn was eyeing the August Wilson, home to “Groundhog Day.” When the show’s producers…
After years of delays, lawsuits and changes to the creative team, “Tootsie” is back on its high heels. Producers Scott Sanders and Carol Fineman, whose revival of “The Color Purple” was one of the high points of last season, are holding an invitation-only reading of the show June 8 at the New 42nd Street Studios,…
Fox is getting in the Christmas spirit.
Fetch isn’t happening, but the “Mean Girls” musical finally is.
A PR man sued for $10 million because he warned a prospective investor about the ill-fated Broadway musical, “Rebecca,” got off easy.
White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon once had Hollywood dreams — and some of them were absolutely crazy.
After the season’s weirdest publicity buildup, “Hair” made its official opening in 1968 at the Biltmore Theater.
THR’s Late-Night Lately rounds up the best sketches and guests with a look at what’s to come next week.