Here they are, boys! Here they are, world! Here's predictions! Best Musical: Memphis. Though I pray I'm wrong and it's Fela! Play: Red. Though I'm actually rooting for Next Fall
Disney and Bruckheimer, blockbuster bros, rewrite history
The 2010 Tony nominations are out, and the yearly ceremony that becomes more and more designed to persuade people from anywhere but New York City to spend money on theater is soon to follow. The idea behind the Tonys is simply to get Broadway to appeal to the rest of America in a big, fancy ... More >>
All the knives and the fighting back make GLAAD sad. Tough!
In case you live for the nominations like I do (and by the way, they'll be announced tomorrow morning), here are my guesses. Disclaimer: I'm at a disadvantage. I actually saw the shows!
Plus, Bellona serves a visual stew while Lend Me a Tenor lends laughs
Chattering with Emmy winner Leslie Jordan, plus sounding off on Broadway.
In The Hoax, a lying president (Nixon) begets a lying author (Richard Gere). Good thing that wouldn't happen today.
Kline's Lear goes for rationality; Molina's Katz makes madness unreasonable
Hustle and dough: 50 Cent fine in debut, but G persona precludes emotional honesty
What happens when a mainstream musical meets one of America's most beloved outsiders?
The whole megillah: Crossing the globe, Jewish films examine immigration and identity
Take the folkishness out of Fiddler and what remains? Answer: A mall and its white visitors
Can the Broadway Revival of Everyone's Favorite Jewish Musical Ignore Today's Radically Different Cultural Context?