April 8, 2010!
April 8, 2010!
The insane makers of 'Star Wars: A Musical Journey' have announced tentative plans to bring the show to America following its launch in the U.K. in April.
'Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark' is set to debut on Broadway on February 18, 2010.
Plus: Eddie Money finally gets the autobiographical musical his legacy demands.
Plus: the return of Jenna Elfman.
"I've definitely never murdered anyone."
They'd each get their own statue, though.
There are signs of life in theater land.
Apparently, there's renewed interest in the original Bernie Madoff.
Despite outrageous claims from producers that Jeremy Piven's departure would prevent the play from turning a profit, it's recouped its initial investment.
Brantley: 'Is it too late to send a thank you note to Jeremy Piven?'
You're Welcome America is a hit! You're welcome, Broadway!
The play's investors are hoping to 'squeeze some money out of him' because he ruined 'our chances of making a profit.'
Plus: Elizabeth Ashley joins 'August: Osage County.'
Great playwright David Mamet plugged 'Speed-the-Plow' like a maniac — why not 'American Buffalo'?
Plus: a dog, a cat, and a rabbit in prototype combat suits!
'I'm in a musical … But don't spin this like 'poor Rachel finally got a job.''
Like every other show on Broadway, it's closing.
The 'Times' reports that the shuttering of 'Frankenstein' is causing 'unusual guilty glee' among theater fans.
Mel Brooks's 'Young Frankenstein' will play its final performance on January 4.
'In the play I drink Crown Royal,' Cedric told us later. 'And then Crown Royal’s been a great supporter of mine for many years.'
Broadway's 'A Tale of Two Cities' is closing early.
It's now 'the most expensive production in theater history.'
Let's just give thanks that a John Waters adaptation made it for six years.
The marquees of the theaters lining the streets off Times Square and Broadway will be dimmed for one minute at 8 p.m. tonight to salute Paul Newman.