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In their dealings with a potentially scary press person like myself, celebs are sometimes solicitous, occasionally pandering, at times delightfully ass kissy, but always tons of fun. Here are just a few of the highlights through the years:
This week's column has my invigorating talks with various award nominees who sparkled up the Broadway season. Here are some extra tidbits from the stars: How did Mark Rylance (above), the volcanic actor who's Tony nominated for Jerusalem, feel about not also being nominated for his perform ... More >>
The dramatics! The emoting! The singing and dancing and screeching for the back row! I'm talking about what's going to happen when the Tony nominations are announced tomorrow morning. My final (and 100% correct) predictions are: BEST PLAY Jerusalem War Horse Good People Motherf**k ... More >>
New work from Amy Herzog and Jeffrey Lane and David Yazbek; plus Shakespeare hits Broadway
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown's in town, and she's not one of them.
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!
Sarah Ruhl looks behind closed doors
Last week, I went to a "Leading Ladies" panel, taped for American Theatre Wing's Working in the Theatre show, and got some interesting tidbits from the talking Tony winners.
Plus sizing up other leading ladies, nightlife crime, and Tony hopefuls.
LaBute's stimulating latest; Jill Hennessy in the Lymelife.
If you see this play, say something
Uptown Saturday nights are more fabulous all the time. Meanwhile, back at the Tonys . . .
Stew in Passing Strange, tinazimmer.com More important than who gets the silly, old Democratic nomination is who will nab the TONY nominations (which will be announced tomorrow; you'll know it when all theater queens suddenly start shrieking, crying, and saying "What the fuck?"). So here are my sea ... More >>
South Pacific, Gypsy, and Juno show how 1950s Broadway got 'serious'
Gypsy is younger than ever, but LuPone's Madam Rose is the maddest yet
Broadway musicals have entered a new phase. Now if only they could get it right.
What You Hear's OK, but What Are You Seeing?