She's maybe going to be in Speed-the-Plow.
Two people were taken to the hospital, while others reported minor injuries.
A doctor: "'You can't go back and do eight shows a week, you simply can't ... unless you want to have a heart attack.'"
"I had a real health scare, and now I can climb back on the stage and know that I'm strong and able to complete the mission."
At September 14's 'The Jeremy Piven Monologues,' the best jokes about Piven's near-deadly sushi poisoning will be given a dramatic reading. Real classy, guys.
This afternoon, TMZ posted photos of Jeremy Piven enjoying what appears to be medicinal marijuana with a supportive friend.
"At times I was incapable of getting enough oxygen to get my lines out on stage."
Despite outrageous claims from producers that Jeremy Piven's departure would prevent the play from turning a profit, it's recouped its initial investment.
The author answers our usual 21 questions.
Brantley: 'Is it too late to send a thank you note to Jeremy Piven?'
Mark Wahlberg and Tiki Barber are nothing but a couple of bullies!
The play's investors are hoping to 'squeeze some money out of him' because he ruined 'our chances of making a profit.'
Yes, you read correctly, Fisher Stevens!
The Broadwaypocalypse gains strength.
Great playwright David Mamet plugged 'Speed-the-Plow' like a maniac — why not 'American Buffalo'?
Plus: Yet another bastard joins 'Inglorious Bastards,' and James McAvoy to play a CGI gnome in most horrible movie ever.