At 8:30 a.m., this year's Oscar nominations will be announced, also known as national Gah! What Were Those Idiot Voters Thinking Day. We can't wait, so in the meantime, we give you this:
600 highwaymen take on Arthur Miller
Laura Murray, an FIT student by day and live music photographer by night, has a fascination with exposure: "Being able to show people things that are going on all over the world sounds incredible." She admits on her website that she has a "slight case of wanderlust" and her dream job would be a band ... More >>
And yet I can smell them coming... Bluesies: A scaled-down version of Newsies starring the Blue Man Group, this show won't have any singing (the guys never make a sound) and zero dancing (they're always carrying large, cumbersome tubes), but oh, those facial expressions!
The filmmaker gets his close-up after 40 years of Troma (more or less)
The Signature Theatre mounts Will Eno's latest monologue
High-octane British actor James Corden, above (One Man, Two Guvnors) is deemed to be the biggest threat to Philip Seymour Hoffman as far as Tony award competition goes. But Corden adores his rival.
Philip Seymour Hoffman comes to Broadway
Primary Stages mounts Jonathan Tolins's new theater-centric play
Good-for-nothing, second-rate: How the language of business seeped into our souls
America's Got War Worries, but Broadway's Too Busy Going Downhill to Notice