Image of From Charlie Chaplin to 'Where's Charley' on Broadway | NY Times
From Charlie Chaplin to 'Where's Charley' on Broadway | NY Times
Rob McClure, an actor who just played Charlie Chaplin in a world premiere musical but has comparatively few New York credits, has snagged the title role in “Where’s Charley?” — the part that won a Tony Award for Ray Bolger — in the final production in the 2010-11 Encores! season of underappreciated musicals. [Read More]
 
Image of HBO unveils their Pee-Wee Herman poster!  | PopBytes
HBO unveils their Pee-Wee Herman poster! | PopBytes
..Pee-Wee Herman was bringing his recent hit Broadway production, The Pee-Wee Herman Show to HBO next month (March 19th), now here’s a look at the poster, featuring two of my favorite Playhouse characters, Miss Yvonne and Cowboy Curtis! [Read More]
 
Image of Chris Rock to star in play for “everybody”
Chris Rock to star in play for “everybody”
During an interview with Broadway Beat, Chris Rock revealed his honest love for Broadway in his new play, “The Mother F**ker With The Hat.” “I just like this play so much. I l... [Read More]
 
Image of John Leguizamo’s One-Man Show Is Coming To Broadway
John Leguizamo’s One-Man Show Is Coming To Broadway
Colombian-American actor and comedian John Leguizamo is returning to Broadway with his new one-man show “Ghetto Clown.”  It will open on March 22 at the Lyceum Theatre.. [Read More]
 
Image of Kathy Griffin Headed to Broadway in New Solo Show 'Kathy Griffin Wants a Tony'
Kathy Griffin Headed to Broadway in New Solo Show 'Kathy Griffin Wants a Tony'
Emmy-winning comedian Kathy Griffin is bringing her act to Broadway with a new solo show, Kathy Griffin Wants a Tony. The limited engagement will play for eight performances only from March 11 through 19 at the Belasco Theatre. The often raunchy comedian plans on using different material each night to accomodate her love of pop culture and current events. [Read More]
 
Preview: The Book of Mormon – God's Favorite Musical
The last time I saw a Broadway show was when I second-acted Rent (man, they really didn't want to pay their rent). Which is why I was so excited to see an amazing 30 minute preview of the first Broadway musical from Trey Parker and Matt Stone in... [Read More]
 
Image of Preview: South Parks Trey Parker and Matt Stone's The Book of Mormon Broadway musical
Preview: South Parks Trey Parker and Matt Stone's The Book of Mormon Broadway musical
In just a short, 20-minute preview, “The Book of Mormon” is a little unorthodox, patently offensive and despite the dire straits, very very funny. The trio juggled which nation to set the story in, from Somalia, Haiti or even post-Katrina New Orleans, just somewhere “very different from Salt Lake City.” “Like, Did God forget this place?” Parker explains, adding that nothing challenges one’s belief system like “the worst stuff on Earth.” Though the team is still hammering out kinks in the writing... [Read More]
 
Vogue Reveals The Book of Mormon's "Dirty Little Secret"
Over at Vogue.com, they've got a great piece about the color red, which is totally in right now. I hope you're not wearing blue, because if you are, you look like a total shithead. Luckily they've got another article on financing your ... [Read More]
 
Image of Groundbreaking One Man Show -  Mike DeStefano's  "Drugs, Disease and Death: A Comedy" | CringeHumor
Groundbreaking One Man Show - Mike DeStefano's "Drugs, Disease and Death: A Comedy" | CringeHumor
New York, NY – Cringe Humor Entertainment is pleased to announce today the production of Mike DeStefano’s new one man show Drugs, Disease and Death: A Comedy. A finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing and the critically acclaimed author of Bada Bing, Bada Buddha will debut with a preview week of shows on February 7, 2011 at the Producer’s Club Theater in New York City. [Read More]
 
Image of HBO's buzz on airing Pee-wee Herman's Broadway show
HBO's buzz on airing Pee-wee Herman's Broadway show
Back in 1981, HBO put Pee-wee Herman on the pop-culture map by airing his first stage production from Los Angeles. Now that Pee-wee's 2010 comeback has come completely full circle with a successful Broadway run, the pay-cable network will be broadcasting his new take on the Playhouse, three decades later. [Read More]