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.
And what's the "most forehead-slapping snub of them all"?
Can anyone beat Kelli O'Hara or Patti LuPone? No.
Or is this the best thing ever to happen to 'Xanadu'?
Even with the inevitable kick-line of farting cowboys, how could this be anything but a disappointment?
After a year in which the Outer Critics Circle mostly got things right, the organization has reverted to its usual laughability.
How the new revival could sweep the awards for revival, lead actress, and supporting actor and actress.
"Mel fought me tooth and nail," insists Robert F.X. Sillerman.
The young woman outside the Paramount Theatre says she’s come to the Seattle preview of Young Frankenstein, Mel Brooks’s follow-up to his tremendous hit The Producers, because she’s a “bitch.” “And so is Megan Mullally!” she squeals. “From Will & Grace! She’s a bitch, I'm a bitch. We have a connection!” Ms. Mullally’s superfan is among an older and decidedly more guarded crowd — the middle-aged couple sitting next to us came because they got a deal when they bought tickets to Spamalot.
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