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First of all, it’s hard to believe “Pretty Woman” is still playing on Broadway. It got no Tony nods at all. Nothing.
Sunday night’s Tony Awards crashed in the ratings. This should not have come as a surprise to anyone. Going in we knew
For as long as I’ve known her, Patty Watt, daughter of late great theater critic Douglas Watt, has been honoring Broadway performers.
Producer Scott Rudin gambled a lot on Glenda Jackson playing “King Lear” on Broadway. He lost. The production has announced its final
The good news is that Michael Shannon and Audra McDonald sizzle in “Frankie and Johnny,” Terrence McNally’s classic two hander about a
UPDATE I told you last week that the once powerful “Book of Mormon” had gone on discount at ticket brokers, and there
Eight years ago, you couldn’t get a ticket to “The Book of Mormon” on Broadway. The show was sold out when it
The Tony Awards didn’t buy what producer Scott Rudin was selling this year. They snubbed his big budget productions of “To Kill
“Beetlejuice” debuted on Broadway last night, and it was just as good if not better than when I saw it a month
“Tootsie” has arrived on Broadway to great reviews and lots of laughs in the airport terminal like Marriott Marquis Theater last night.
What a relief to see a real play. Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” is back, directed with new insights by Jack O’Brien,
Mel Brooks is coming to Broadway. Two nights– June 17th and 18th at the Lunt Fontanne Theater. Mel is 92 years young.
I don’t blame Nathan Lane. He’s a comic giant, along with Kristine Nielsen and Julie White. They are the best actors Broadway
Everyone’s very excited about Annette Bening on Broadway this spring in Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.” She opens next Monday. The should-have-an
Last year, Laurie Metcalf won her second Tony Award in a row for “Three Tall Women.” OK, it was for a supporting
If I could reverse things, Joel Grey’s Yiddish “Fiddler on the Roof,” off Broadway at Theater 42 next to Playwrights Horizons, would
On the night before Glenda Jackson opened in “King Lear” on Broadway, no less an eminence than Donald Sutherland came to see
The Tony Awards race is upon us. On Thursday night we got to see a major contender for Best Musical as “Beetlejuice,”
Doesn’t September 2020 seem a long time from now? By then, we’ll have a presidential race. But that’s another story. To alleviate
I told you about the Broadway show “Ain’t Too Proud” a month ago after its first performance. The story of the Motown
I got a chance to see Sting on Tuesday night in Toronto, where he’s wrapping up a sold out 7 week run
Sir Elton John rarely writes with lyricists other than Bernie Taupin. The exceptions have been Broadway musicals like “Aida” and “The Lion
We communicate by Twitter. Hugh Jackman has just Tweeted a picture of Harold Hill’s suitcase. Who is Harold Hill? Why he’s the
It’s Mercury in retrograde, right? On the same day that Felicity Huffman was arrested– ah-rested–something else equally unthinkable has happened. The songs
Broadway is buzzing with news this day… CHRISTIE BRINKLEY is coming back to “Chicago” from April 18th to May 12th. She’s warming
Faye Dunaway has tried to return to Broadway ever since her last stint in 1982. She tried and tried to mount a
There was a line from the Imperial Theater last night straight down to the corner of 8th Avenue. The people were ticket
The Michael Jackson Broadway musical “Don’t Stop til You Get Enough” has been postponed from its Fall 2019 opening to Summer 2020. Categories:
Day O! The life of the legendary Harry Belafonte is coming to Broadway. Ken Davenport, who produced “Once on this Island” and Categories:
I feel at this point I’ve seen a lot of people in Sam Shepard‘s great play, “True West.” John Malkovich, Randy Quaid, Categories: