With Enda Walsh and John Tiffany teaming up to write it.
Oh. Okay, then.
What should I see again?
Seems a bit late, no?
And when will that be?
Or that's what he sounds like in two TV interviews.
She's moving up from the Greek chorus.
"The last thing I remember was like, uh, just going, 'Oh, God."
The 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' director pulls out of a 'Times' talk.
He is not suing.
It will start again tomorrow.
"I hope whoever was hurt is ok and sues the shit out of Julie, Bono, Edge and every other asshole who invested in that steaming pile of actor crippling shit!"
Jim Belushi in talks to appear in revival of 'Born Yesterday.'
But the show will begin again tomorrow.
Another night, another mishap for Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Obviously, subject to change.
It will now open sometime in February.
"She was struck in the head by a rope holding a piece of equipment."
Who knew a glammy musical offering a revisionist take on the seventh presidency would be such a hard sell?
"The show wasn't ready. It was like the BP oil rig."
Plus: Who will Tom Cruise play?
The theater's G.M. is asking Broadway producers if they have any musicals that might be a "future fit" for the theater.
As of last night, the dark's still on.
But what did go wrong?