Icona Pop move from MTV to Stage 48
Five great comedy acts put on a show—for free!
The ex-Baywatch blond announced that on Dancing With The Stars before being eliminated last night, and the kids on the Broadway boards are buzzing about just what show she might be coming in. Hedda Gabler? Medea? Baywatch The Musical?
The writer/director on filming in NYC, George Romero, and saying no to bad script notes
It’s dance dance revolutionary
He's the Cuban-American studpuppet from that J. Lo video and now from Dancing With The Stars. And my eyes started dancing when they landed upon the visual reminders of his beautiful self from his underwear model days. I stared at the outline of that thing so many times I now know it better than my ... More >>
All the fuss from Dancing With The Stars producers explaining away why they can't possibly have a same-sex couple on the show seems extra ridiculous when you remember that such a configuration has been unabashedly featured on sitcoms, soaps, talk shows, and reality shows. And on Wheel of Fortune!
It's time to step up to the plate and show your goods
We were just talking about how God-awful bad Bristol Palin's dancing skills are! (The only thing debatably worse might be her PSA-making skills.) A Wisconsin man, apparently, agrees. Via TMZ, 67-year-old Steven Cowan was "so enraged with Bristol Palin's performance on Dancing with the Stars" ... More >>
There are many, many problems with this pro-abstinence and, yet, also pro-condom public service announcement, for which we can thank the Situation, Bristol Palin, the Americans who watch Dancing With the Stars, the Candie's Foundation, and the devil. This is precisely the sort of televised experienc ... More >>
Republican political ads run mostly during sports programming and crime dramas, while Democrats prefer talk shows and sitcoms, according to a report in Sunday's New York Times. While the most popular and bipartisan show is Dancing With the Stars, Republican ad buyers dig on Saturday Night Col ... More >>
The elephant in the theater
Is it possible to get a laughing hernia?
According to commenter on a Broadway board, where they're so very often right, Donny and Marie Osmond might be smiling their way into the Marquis Theater for 17 performances of a holiday show. If so, would it be a Mormon spectacular with production numbers about bigamy and chirpy monologues ... More >>
The cool prom you always wanted
Vig27, the comfortable gay lounge on East 27th Street, has put me in a promoter's mood.
. . . and yellow and blue and green and . . .
Citizen Cope is somehow everywhere
Who cares if it's legal?
Only real dancers allowed
Brad Paisley channels his inner stand-up comedian
House dancing finally gets its day (four, actually) in New York City