Also: Sir Ian McKellan outs everyone
I'm serious! 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 >>
Rebecca DavisI was at Feinstein's at the Loews Regency last night to see Michael Feinstein and Barbara Cook do their wonderful show, Cheek to Cheek. (I'll have more about it in the next column.) And I was delighted to see Cook radiating more of a feisty personality than I've ever known her t ... More >>
Hey! Have you seen or heard about this awesome new mural of the New Jersey (soon to be Brooklyn) Nets' quirky Russian owner Mikhail Prokhorov and smaller-shareholder-but-nonetheless-awesome co-owner Jay-Z? It's right above Madison Square Garden, where the New York Knicks play! Know what both teams h ... More >>
Last night's 20th anniversary edition of Broadway Bares, benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, was a splashy gala at Roseland, which I'll tell you about in the column. But let me fill you in on a couple of fun celebrity moments from the revue, which I noticed in between gagging on, I ... More >>
In New York theater today, what's not imported is what's underrated
What do you get when you fall in love with Sean Hayes?
This brain emission just came in from a reader, so I take it very seriously: "Bye Bye Birdie recently returned to Broadway in its first revival in 50 years and South Pacific took 60 years to return, but other shows return in unnecessary revivals like clockwork (Grease, Gypsy).