“Nobody Loves You,” the new musical at New York’s Second Stage, mines rich veins of addictive cruelty, pseudo-intellectual baloney and sitcom fabulousness to skewer both reality-TV shows and the viewers who tweet about them.
Outback Steakhouse Inc. co-founder Chris Sullivan said he knows what his friends William Minardi and Timothy Coughlin would do had they survived the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks: raise money to remember the victims.
Anglo Irish Bank Corp. , the Dublin- based lender seized by the government after its real estate loans soured, will auction 232 unsold condo units in Manhattan’s Battery Park City today in an attempt to recoup $135 million it is owed on the project.
It is not easy to put the biography of a football coach on the stage. “Lombardi,” by Eric Simonson, based on a book by David Maraniss, is just such a temerarious enterprise, and Broadway’s arena-style Circle in the Square theater makes things even that much harder.