Come September, “Groundhog Day: The Musical” will officially end its time loop.
Disney’s readying “Frozen” for Broadway and here, exclusive to The Post, are two of designer Christopher Oram’s new costumes for Anna. The green robe this princess of Arendelle wears is a gift from the Hidden Folk, mystical creatures who replace the lovable trolls from the movie. The climbing gear is what she wears to trek…
Murray, who starred in the 1993 comedy “Groundhog Day,” went to see the Broadway musical based off the movie on Tuesday night.
Bill Murray is living Groundhog Day — again.
ABC’s “Black-ish” has built a reputation as one of broadcast’s most critically loved comedies in part by being unafraid to tackle social issues, particularly when it comes to race. The upcoming season premiere will be no exception. Speaking to reporters Monday on the “Black-ish” set, series creator Kenya Barris teased the show’s upcoming Season 4… […]
Martha Stewart knows how to make jam and jelly, but now she’s getting preserved. And skewered.
For the first time in forever, you can see what’s happening on set of the “Frozen” musical.
A new comedy is coming to off-Broadway — and it will make you laugh about the current state of the United States Presidency.
What’s new, pussycat? A new musical about Tom Jones called — whoa, whoa! — “What’s New Pussycat?” When I say Tom Jones, I don’t mean pop singer Tom Jones, but the fictional character of Henry Fielding’s 1749 comic novel “The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling.” “What’s New Pussycat” uses the songs made famous by…
True love never dies — even Kim Kardashian’s 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries.
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.