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The unthinkable has happened again. “The Book of Mormon” is back on discount. Once the king of sold out shows, the Tony
Mary Louise Parker really wants to conquer Broadway this season. She’s doing not one, but two plays for 2019-2020. First up, Parker
We just can’t get enough of those British royals! “The Crown” is returning in November. And every day Prince Harry and Megan
There were a lot, I do mean a lot, of women packed into the Hudson Theater tonight to see two guys tell
Hal Prince, quite literally the prince of Broadway and maybe the King, has died at age 91. Really, this incredible legendary figure
The superstars of Hollywood PR are joining forces. PMK and Rogers & Cowan, separate agencies that are owned by InterPublic, have announced
Back in March I told you I was rooting for Faye Dunaway’s Broadway debut this fall as Katharine Hepburn in “Tea at
Broadway is struggling right now. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. A day after “Waitress” announced it would shutter this, Carole King’s
Paul McCartney had done everything except for…Broadway! So as Carole King’s show and others leave the Great White Way, Paul, at 77,
When you’re a Jet, you’re a Jet all the way. That is unless you’re Dieter from “Sprockets.” Or Bill Hader’s Stefon from
Rip Torn– contentious, brilliant, mercurial, genius– actor is dead at age 88. He was best known for playing Garry Shandling’s sidekick on
Martin Charnin, 85, the co-creator and lyricist for “Annie,” has died. His daughter posted a notice to Instagram over night. Charnin and
Even adding the famous song it was named for has not saved Broadway’s “Pretty Woman.” The tepidly reviewed musical will close on
Carole King has had a huge hit with her Broadway musical, “Beautiful,” even though it may be winding down soon. King’s songs
Liberace and his glittering pianos are finally on track for Broadway. For the last couple of years, movie producer David Permut–who just
One thing the 17 actors on stage at Riverside Church couldn’t see last night as they performed Robert Schenkkan’s “The Investigation”: the
I attended this extraordinary performance last night at the magnificent Riverside Church on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Annette Bening is the host.
Summer can be cruel on Broadway — especially if there are no Tony Awards in mid June for shows that are suffering
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