Abundantly self-possessed and beautiful, Jennifer Lopez hardly seems like a woman without options.
Even with 8 million Twitter followers, pop star Ricky Martin couldn’t make “Evita” profitable.
I wish I could take David Mamet as seriously as he takes himself.
Needy porn stars, a jailed radical, a silent film icon and an early evangelical celebrity are all casualties of Broadway’s fall season, along with about $30 million advanced from investors.
Occupy Sandy is hosting a fundraiser in Brooklyn to benefit victims of the devastating hurricane.
If the silent film legend Charlie Chaplin were speaking today, he might be saying, “Ouch!”
“Forbidden Broadway.” Few words strike more fear in stage icons -- nor incite greater anticipation for theater fans.
Heroic efforts from the remarkable singing actresses Laura Benanti , Patti LuPone and Sherie Rene Scott and the equally accomplished Brian Stokes Mitchell can’t disguise the fact that “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown” is an unholy mess.
Three years after agreeing to buy its own Broadway house, New York’s Second Stage Theatre is struggling to close the deal.
What’s not to love about a season that has Al Pacino , Patti LuPone , Pee-wee Herman and Vanessa Redgrave opening within days of one another?