It used to be that a Broadway show that got raves would have a pretty good chance of being a hit and one that got trashed by critics would most likely fold. This was the complete opposite of movies, whereby something that got great reviews could easily flop if it didn't have mass appeal, while the ... More >>
The New York Times' Patrick Healy reports that the mammoth Australian musical King Kong has its eye on NYC's Foxwoods Theater, but there's just one problem. Another scary creature, Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, happens to be inhabiting that very place and even a large can of Raid couldn't get it t ... More >>
In Broadway's revival of Harvey, Jim Parsons plays a guy who pals around with an invisible rabbit. Well, he's finally addressed the invisible elephant in the room too.
Kirstie Alley may be coming to Broadway in a Lance Bass-produced play called The Fabulous Lies of Hollywood Whores, according to the Times' Patrick Healy. If everything works out, Kirstie would play "the Pimp," a lady with an upscale escort service that's run out of a department store, but h ... More >>
Chatting with the Post's Michael Riedel about the show he loves to hate
left to right: Healy, Riedel, Green, Haskins, meOn this Friday night's Theater Talk (1230 that night on PBS), legendary thesper Marian Seldes appears to talk about her illustrious career. Marian's the one who gave no acceptance speech at all for her special Tony--she simply looked bemusedly ... More >>
The difference between Arthur Miller and the playwrights of today? For one thing, they're not doing Marilyn Monroe. For another, Miller got decent coin for what he did in his day, as one of the few prominent guys who did. Now, playwrights have to fight for their cash where they can get it.
Those darned kids—like Alig, Lindsay, Samantha—will do anything to get attention, won't they? By Michael Musto
The GOP candidate's troubled term at a construction training college