Plus: Jason Lee hops on 'Dicks.'
Fortunately, there's no word yet on 'Norbit: The Musical.'
Plus: DFW's second biography is a go.
A Princeton senior thesis finds gender bias on the part of both men and women in script selection and production, and shows that it hurts theaters economically.
Plus: The music Adam Lambert doesn't want you to hear!
You've got a choice between Ashanti and the Venice Biennale.
Wouldn't Nathan Lane be perfect for this?
The Tonys’ administration has announced it will discontinue the award for Special Theatrical Event.
After 648 performances and three Violet Westins, the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning 'August: Osage County' will drop its final curtain on June 28.
Plus: 'Fela!' moving to Broadway.
"I feel had this incident happened to Liza Minnelli, Dolly Parton, or Elton John, the Tonys would have at least issued a letter of concern."
What did the cameras miss at yesterday's Tony awards? Vulture was there.
Thanks to a Tony shutout, Neil LaBute's play will close this Sunday.
According to our sources, Prince was watching the awards and had "fallen in love" with Olivo. And he decided he had to meet her that night.
We'd like to think everyone who saw Bret Michaels eat scenery this evening was a winner — but who actually went home with a trophy?
Producers want Zac Efron or Jake Gyllenhaal. Boo!
Important awards like Revival of a Play will be cut in favor of a performance by Elle Woods.
"It was pandemonium!" said Roger Robinson, an actor in the play 'Joe Turner's Come and Gone.'