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Robert Hogan was literally on just about every TV show you can imagine, a journeyman actor who starred on Broadway, on prime
The first time I saw “In the Heights” was in the spring of 2007 at a little theater on way west 37th
The 2020 Tony Awards are coming, at last, almost 18 months late. The date is September 26th. The show will be divided
Did “Girl from the North Country” ever open on Broadway? Did I write about the opening night? OMG yes. It was a
It’s not definite– I’ll tell you when it is– but it looks like the great pop R&B singer Deborah Cox will join
The Tony winning Broadway hit, “Dear Evan Hansen” is a movie, and it opens in theaters on September 24th. That’s around the
John Mulaney is either stoking his gossip fire or doing goldmine business because of it. Either, he sold City Winery last week.
“Diana: The Musical” cannot be stopped! The Broadway show that will premiere on Netflix first has moved up its Broadway opening date.
This is called a curve ball. Sutton Foster, who won the Tony for starring in “Anything Goes” as Reno Sweeney a decade
Patti Lupone is coming back to Broadway, finally, in “Company.” Here’s the video she sent out today. Just lovely. Also, don’t forget,
The Michael Jackson musical is here. “MJ” will get seven weeks of previews beginning December 20th and open February 1, 2022. This
Broadway will be full of R&B again soon, I’m happy to report. “Tina– The Tina Turner Musical” will return to its performances
John Mulaney told has last night at City Winery that he is 141 days sober after a terrifying battle with cocaine addiction
The one Broadway show everyone wanted to see, the latest revival of Stephen Sondheim’s “Company,” will finally open January 9th after an
Broadway’s back. Tickets are on sale now and going on sale for a bunch of shows as little by little we acknowledge
“MJ: The Michael Jackson Musical” was supposed to open in the summer of 2020. When Broadway shut down in March 2020, “MJ”
The longest ever Tony Awards season may be coming to an end. With the opening of Broadway theaters on September 14 we
The Actors Fund survey of the Broadway community concerning the pandemic has alarming results. ” Here it is. It’s not good news.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera,” is returning to Broadway whether we like it or not. The tourist trap musical,
Well, you know, Sir Ian McKellen can do anything. And he is forever young. So it’s no surprise that he’ll be playing
Rita Wilson speaking on the record about Scott Rudin. Don’t take this lightly. This is a major headline. Rita Wilson tells the
The vultures are circling Scott Rudin’s shows. Revealed in a New York Times article this afternoon was news that Rudin has resigned
Before author Michael Chabon got involved as a writer on the recent “Star Trek” TV off shoots, he was a very acclaimed
“Music Man” star Hugh Jackman is not leaving the show, don’t worry. He’ll still be starring in the musical revival this winter
We’re waking up to a lot of changes in Hollywood. At the Golden Globes, where things couldn’t be worse, Diversity and Inclusion
Over the weekend, the brother of a former Scott Rudin assistant accused the producer of adding to his brother’s suicide last October.
David Graham-Caso, who works in city of Los Angeles government, has posted an alarming video accusing producer Scott Rudin of abusing his
Don’t be fooled by Broadway producer Scott Rudin’s sudden act of contrition this morning. He’s not stepping away from anything. He’s saving
OMG Standing ovation for Karen Olivo! The Tony winning actress (“West Side Story” 2009 she was incredible) says she will not return
Big news: Uber agent Richard Weitz and his daughter Demi are streaming an all star Quarantunes today at 5pm Eastern LIVE from
Arthur Kopit, the legendary dramatist, died yesterday morning at the age of 83. He is survived by his wife, Leslie Garis; his children