If you really love Broadway like I do, you'll adore the show that reams it a new one, then kicks it in the pants.
It's Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking!, the latest installation of the spoofy revue that mocks the truly annoying things about Broadway because deep down, you have to know and love ... More >>
At last night's Astaire Awards, Leslie Odom, Jr. won Outstanding Male Dancer In A Broadway Musical for his work in the short-lived evangelism tuner Leap of Faith.
In accepting the honor, Odom said about the show, "We weren't liked, in case you didn't hear.
"After we got the bad reviews, I was sit ... More >>
Broadway's finest have been honored by the Tony nominating committee, the results announced just moments ago as theater folk all over town felt some real emotion for a change.
Among the nominated are, well, approximately two thirds of the people I predicted yesterday.
But more interestingly, who g ... More >>
Apparently Rent never happened. Neither did Spring Awakening. Even Oklahoma! never took place.
Nice Work If You Can Get It floats us back to 1920s froth full of absurd plot twists, incongruous couplings, and bouncy/dreamy songs.
A trunk show inspired by material by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse, ... More >>
Each week, Death by Science sends out an all-points bulletin for the latest science and technology news, tracks it down and beats a confession out of it. This week, we dive into the seedy world of phone hacking. Beware, it is a process so treacherous, so disgusting and so complex that you may ... More >>
I'm talking about How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, the Broadway revival of the 1961 show about an ambitious young man tirelessly climbing the corporate ladder. (And no, he doesn't do it naked on top of a horse.)
With Mad Men in the air, this is the third period ... More >>
The Broadway revival of Fences is star-studded enough, thank you, due to performances by Denzel Washington and Viola Davis.
But last night, the celeb wattage increased significantly when Will and Jada Smith walked into the audience.
If you're a true-blue theater queen with a home subscription to Playbill, you religiously read ATC, the wildly amusing message board on talkinbroadway.com, to learn about how Matthew Broderick flubbed a line or I offended someone on Theater Talk.
And you quickly notice that there are regular ... More >>