Image of Trey Parker and Matt Stone's 'Book of Mormon' Announces Cast and Designers | NY Times
Trey Parker and Matt Stone's 'Book of Mormon' Announces Cast and Designers | NY Times
“The Book of Mormon,” the first Broadway musical from Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of “South Park,” has found its Mormons. Josh Gad, a correspondent on “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart,” and Andrew Rannells (“Jersey Boys”) will play Elders Cunningham and Price, “a pair of mismatched Mormon boys sent on a mission to a place that’s about as far from Salt Lake City as you can get,” as described in a press release. Other cast members include Nikki M. James, Rory O’Malley and Michael Pott... [Read More]
 
Colin Quinn Cares About Broadway Cares
After the curtain came down at Long Story Short, Colin Quinn is pictured here at his theater's exit bravely fighting AIDS as he busks for loose change for Broadway Cares, a nonprofit organization that raises and distributes money for AIDS/HIV ini... [Read More]
 
Image of Get Your Pre-Sale Tickets for Matt Stone and Trey Parker's The Book of Mormon
Get Your Pre-Sale Tickets for Matt Stone and Trey Parker's The Book of Mormon
Matt Stone and Trey Parker's new musical, The Book of Mormon, is premiering on Broadway in the Spring, and starting today, special pre-sale tickets are available only to South Park fans. [Read More]
 
Image of Contest: Win a free pair of tickets to see Colin Quinn on Broadway in "Long Story Short"!
Contest: Win a free pair of tickets to see Colin Quinn on Broadway in "Long Story Short"!
Would you like to see Colin Quinn on Broadway in his latest one-man show, "Long Story Short"? Would you like to see that show for free? Well, you may be in luck. [Read More]
 
Image of Sarah Silverman, Rachel Dratch to Do '24 Hour Plays on Broadway' | Back Stage
Sarah Silverman, Rachel Dratch to Do '24 Hour Plays on Broadway' | Back Stage
Sarah Silverman, and Rachel Dratch are among the artists who will participate in this year's "24 Hour Plays on Broadway" Nov. 15 at the American Airlines Theatre. The 10th annual installment of the marathon event will benefit the Urban Arts Partnership. In "24 Hour Plays," writers, directors, and actors team to conceptualize, write, produce, and perform six original short plays in one 24-hour span. [Read More]
 
Chris Rock will star in Broadway play
If Colin Quinn can do it, Chris Rock can do it! And by “it” we mean star in a Broadway show. It turns out the veteran comedian and movie star is setting his sights on the bright lights of the great white way. Rock will star alongside Bobby Cannavale,... [Read More]
 
Image of Chris Rock Headed to Broadway in a Mother of a New Play
Chris Rock Headed to Broadway in a Mother of a New Play
Hollywood funny man Chris Rock is set to make his Broadway debut in spring 2011. He will star in the ensemble of Stephen Adly Guirgis’ The Motherf**ker With the Hat alongside Bobby Cannavale, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Annabella Sciorra and Yul Vasquez. The production, directed by Tony winner Anna D. Shapiro, will begin previews on March 22, 2011 at the Schoenfeld Theatre. [Read More]
 
Image of Colin Quinn’s Broadway show may turn into HBO special, says Seinfeld
Colin Quinn’s Broadway show may turn into HBO special, says Seinfeld
But why go Broadway instead of, say, an HBO special? Colin turns to Jerry. Jerry leans over to look off-stage. “Can we even talk about that?” he starts. Then he slips, “There might be an HBO special.” [Read More]
 
Image of Jerry Seinfeld and Colin Quinn Prepare for Broadway, Trade Quips, Yada Yada Yada | NY Times
Jerry Seinfeld and Colin Quinn Prepare for Broadway, Trade Quips, Yada Yada Yada | NY Times
ou didn’t think Jerry Seinfeld’s directorial debut would just quietly tiptoe its way onto Broadway, did you? On Tuesday afternoon, he and Colin Quinn, the star and writer of “Colin Quinn Long Story Short,” which Mr. Seinfeld is directing for its coming run at the Helen Hayes Theater, convened at the Snapple Theater Center in Midtown Manhattan, ostensibly to offer a preview of the show to journalists but primarily to crack jokes about the production and each other. [Read More]
 
Image of That's the Deal: Colin Quinn Show, Directed by Jerry Seinfeld, Headed to Broadway | NY Times
That's the Deal: Colin Quinn Show, Directed by Jerry Seinfeld, Headed to Broadway | NY Times
in his first crack as a stage director Jerry Seinfeld is headed all the way to Broadway. “Colin Quinn Long Story Short,” the one-man show starring the comedian and “Saturday Night Live” alumnus, will transfer to the Helen Hayes Theater for an 11-week run. The show, in which Mr. Quinn humorously condenses about 2,000 years of human history into about 75 minutes, was originally presented at the Bleecker Street Theater over the summer. [Read More]