Gwyneth Paltrow is go-going to Broadway.
Norma Rae wouldn’t take this sitting down.
Dr. Dre first took the music world by storm in the ’80s as part of the legendary gangster rap group N.W.A. The black-clad, scowling members of the group created a moral panic with their gritty tales about gang life in Compton, Calif. But just a few years before, Dre wasn’t so scary. He was simply…
“SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical” scrambled aboard a lifeboat Tuesday and it looks as if it could float — at least until the Tony Awards in June. The $20 million musical about colorful creatures under the sea was, many on Broadway thought, headed for that iceberg dead ahead. Advance ticket sales were anemic, and many…
Strutting around a Broadway stage dressed as a giant Krabby Patty might make some feel crabby. But that’s not the toughest part of the job.
‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ executive producer Jeff Schaffer reveals how the penultimate episode of the HBO comedy pulled off both a ‘Hamilton’ crossover and a visit to the ‘Judge Judy’ set. read more
Tina Fey celebrated the opening of “Mean Girls” in Washington, DC, Sunday night with an upbeat but politics-free party at the Atrium at Old Ebbitt Grill. Fey and her producers, “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels and Sonia Friedman, invited close friends but no politicians, left or right. The only politico spotted at the show…
The music numbers need work in Fey’s musical version of her cult hit film
Last week I wrote about three shows that are trying to slip onto Broadway stages before the Tony cutoff date in April: “The Honeymooners,” “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical” and “Hadestown.” Producer Michael Cohl, my old sparring partner on “Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark,” e-mailed to remind me of another musical, one that may well…
Come what may, “Moulin Rouge” is headed to Boston.
The musical version of a cult TV sitcom of the 1950s is a dull affair.
One of the Broadway season’s biggest events is trying out at the National Theatre.
“It is something I’d really like to happen and I’ve said I’m happy for it to go ahead,” the late singer’s father said.
Michael McGrath, reportedly wears a fat suit as Ralph, and the musical is uncomfortably wedged into one as well.
“My life as a musical on Broadway. It seems crazy, exciting and bizarre …” said Cher, whose biomusical hits Broadway in the fall of 2018.
The Great White Way will turn into the red-light district next fall.
You’ll have to wait a bit longer than 525,600 minutes for the live broadcast of “Rent.”
Disney’s “Frozen” musical won’t upset its fans, but this gifted crew has a yet-unrealized responsibility to better ignite our imaginations.
“Mean Girls,” the Broadway musical co-written by Tina Fey and produced by “Saturday Night Live” impresario Lorne Michaels, has locked in a Broadway run that opens in April at the August Wilson Theater. Based on Mark Waters’ 2004 teen comedy, which Fey wrote, “Mean Girls” had already looked like a lock for this Broadway season…. […]