If Carrie the Musical can crawl back through the wreckage, why not Moose Murders?
The 1983 Broadway flop was a door-slamming, bad-taste comedy set in a mountain lodge full of nefarious, low-level show biz types, and I actually sort of enjoyed it.
But the critics went savage on the show and it clos ... More >>
I was having lunch with Jerry Stiller, Christopher Lloyd, and Robert Vaughn at the Friars Club yesterday--you heard me--when comic Stewie Stone dropped by our table and spilled some old beans.
"Engelbert Humperdinck is a horrible human being," said Stone, who used to open for the singer and found h ... More >>
"Green will get you anywhere," we were told.Last night, @NickGreene and I attended the Shorty Awards, the official awards ceremony for Twitter and social media, a/k/a, "the Oscars of Twitter" and all that that implies. Here is our story.
Jen: HEY, so, the Shorty Awards was surprisingly enjoy ... More >>
Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara are the comic legends who in the 1960s defined sardonically hilarious husband-and-wife comedy banter, like a more realistic Sonny and Cher.
And they're better at it than ever!
Some of the biggest names in 1960s-80s showbiz were at the Majestic Theater today for the geriatric alternative to Fashion Week: a memorial to Bea Arthur, who passed away this April from cancer at the age of 86. Hundreds of theater and TV bigwigs shuffled their walkers into the rows for an "afternoo ... More >>